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WARNING: wrong disc id with Windows 10 Update 1809
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DVD Profiler Desktop and Mobile RegistrantStar ContributorGreyHulk
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Pin this?! :sigh:
DVD Profiler Unlimited RegistrantStar ContributorRutan
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What happends with Win 11?
DVD Profiler Unlimited RegistrantStar Contributorwazh
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Happened to have a Jag disk in the drive.

on Win11 - [Version 10.0.22000.282]

I got the disk ID - 9B6FBE0C1C6D7094 [JAG_SEASON1]

Loaded AnyDVD - 479211CB8897DDA7 [JAG_SEASON1] and it then matched my entry in the ProfilerDB.

Hope that helps
DVD Profiler Unlimited RegistrantStar Contributormarcelb7
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Hope that helps

Thanks for checking. Too bad the disc id issue persists.
DVD Profiler Desktop and Mobile RegistrantStar ContributorGreyHulk
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Sigh. People are insisting on uploading Windows 11 Disc IDs now, with a note stating so.

If Microsoft ever fix this problem, these Disc IDs become totally fictional.

Why are we uploading them?!!
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DVD Profiler Unlimited RegistrantStar Contributorgreyghost
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And what if Microsoft never "fixes" the "problem", which has now been extant for 3½ years? Seems like they are treating this like "we made a change in how we determine the disc-id for DVDs, live with it.

If I obtain a title containing a DVD, I won't submit the DVD disc-id, too much drama surrounding this.
DVD Profiler Desktop and Mobile Registrantmediadogg
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Just asking questions that my feeble brain can no longer handle:

- is having no discID better than having one that will probably be valid for the foreseeable future? Since the only way to get the disc ID is to use the disc, why not go ahead and capture whatever you can when the disc is in the drive?

- Is there any way to save both in the profile, maybe using "side A / side B"?

- Any reason not to use the software that computes the old one, while the disc is available?

Apologies for the limitations of my old brain and my pragmatist approach.
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DVD Profiler Unlimited RegistrantStar Contributorateo357
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Just asking questions that my feeble brain can no longer handle:

- is having no discID better than having one that will probably be valid for the foreseeable future? Since the only way to get the disc ID is to use the disc, why not go ahead and capture whatever you can when the disc is in the drive?

- Is there any way to save both in the profile, maybe using "side A / side B"?

- Any reason not to use the software that computes the old one, while the disc is available?

Apologies for the limitations of my old brain and my pragmatist approach.


does it really matter? The program is running on borrowed time. When it goes away so do the disc ids, right or wrong they are all gone.
DVD Profiler Desktop and Mobile Registrantmediadogg
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Awww. He burst the bubble. 
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DVD Profiler Unlimited RegistrantStar Contributorrdodolak
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Just asking questions that my feeble brain can no longer handle:

- is having no discID better than having one that will probably be valid for the foreseeable future? Since the only way to get the disc ID is to use the disc, why not go ahead and capture whatever you can when the disc is in the drive?

- Is there any way to save both in the profile, maybe using "side A / side B"?

- Any reason not to use the software that computes the old one, while the disc is available?

Apologies for the limitations of my old brain and my pragmatist approach.


does it really matter? The program is running on borrowed time. When it goes away so do the disc ids, right or wrong they are all gone.


Same could be said about DVDs, which are 25 years old and have been superseded by two generations of optical media.
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Just asking questions that my feeble brain can no longer handle:

- is having no discID better than having one that will probably be valid for the foreseeable future? Since the only way to get the disc ID is to use the disc, why not go ahead and capture whatever you can when the disc is in the drive?

- Is there any way to save both in the profile, maybe using "side A / side B"?

- Any reason not to use the software that computes the old one, while the disc is available?

Apologies for the limitations of my old brain and my pragmatist approach.


does it really matter? The program is running on borrowed time. When it goes away so do the disc ids, right or wrong they are all gone.


Same could be said about DVDs, which are 25 years old and have been superseded by two generations of optical media.


That's right. Probably why I've went from 9000 titles down to 2000 titles mostly TV series. Now my contributions are because my compulsion to fix gets the best of me. Most of the time I can just not care.
DVD Profiler Unlimited RegistrantStar ContributorAndyEN
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People have been predicting the demise of DVDs for over 15 years. It's certainly taken a hit (more due to streaming services than Blu-ray or 4K; despite the higher definition of those two, DVD remains the dominant format in stores) but it also has staying power. it might be around for a while yet. That many new desktop computers still come with DVD drives is proof that the manufacturers expect that people will still put DVDs into their computers. As for DVD Profiler, unless it lapses/gets shut down, it's good enough that despite the disc ID problem people will probably keep using it.
DVD Profiler Desktop and Mobile RegistrantStar Contributormreeder50
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Most of the machines I've seen, at least where I come from and online, are Blu-ray drives...not DVD.
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DVD Profiler Unlimited RegistrantStar ContributorThe Movieman
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Most of the machines I've seen, at least where I come from and online, are Blu-ray drives...not DVD.


Blu-ray drives also read DVDs. Heck, I have a 4K drive that reads Blu-rays and DVDs.
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DVD Profiler Unlimited RegistrantStar ContributorAndyEN
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Where I live pretty much all computers are just DVD drives. But my point still stands: if computers still come with drives that can play DVDs and other discs, there's still a market for them and by extension programs like DVD Profiler and there might be for some time to come. For that matter, there are plenty of external drives for sale still.
DVD Profiler Desktop and Mobile RegistrantStar ContributorGreyHulk
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I'm going to make a poll for this as I'm fed up with people telling me "it's not covered in the Rules". I know! That's the problem.
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