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Have upvoted as well
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Has anyone tried reading the disc id via linux or macos. I presume there is some disc id reading software out there for some other platforms.

This might determine whether Microsoft have fixed something in their driver that they have found to be a problem.?
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Agreed on whatever version of windows.

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However the main reason I came here is to understand the downvote on my contribution from GreyHulk on this contribution - Doctor Who: The Complete Fifth Series: Limited Edition
- Disc IDs do not appear to be correct. Pretty sure they should match this Profile - 5051561039690. Are you using Windows 10 by any chance?

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From my aspect I have no reference point. I didnt have the other contribution the existing contribution had no cover scans or disc id's - as my win10 didnt match the ID's with any existing discs (probably as it saw the id as different). I didnt know that the same discs with different id's already existed.

Not sure what to do 
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My concern is that moving forward in less than the next 6 months. Windows 7 is no longer supported and only builds with 1809 and 1903 are covered for support and patches. So most users that took advantage of the free upgrade for Win7 and Win8/8.1 are now only left with the new cdrom.sys. Certainly from my aspect I have a brand new computer with build 1903. Does that mean I never submit disc id's again?
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So first its UltraViolet and now Flixster. I can see they are really trying to get away from us owning copies of movies.

I also noticed the note about Sony's DAC plant in the UK shutting down...

W.
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Nice pickup Elwood. I went back to my original S3 disks and yes because of the driver update its reading them differently. I will just insert the old sets. I wonder what disc ID is correct. I can certainly just update the old disk id's
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Looking for ideas. Not sure what to do with this one.
Its the Complete Series of Charlie's Angels. 5 Seasons separate box's for each of the 5.
First 3 have UPC codes on the rear of the internal sets. However the disk id's are different to the separate previous released editions (however the UPC is the same).
Seasons 4 and 5 do not have UPC codes on them at all (these were never released in Australia before).

With season 4 and 5 I can just use the disc id's without UPC. However not sure what to do with the same UPC and different disc sets.
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Quoting SpikyCactus:
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Up to 17 now, thanks to the arrival of the first Doctor Who on 4K.  (That's the first Doctor Who episode on 4K, not the First Doctor himself.)


I just couldn't resist this one either.. Its like Doctor Who and 4K
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oh wow... I have a 153.. (had to modify that number - when I was looking at the list I was going.. where is this and that version - only to find they didn't get submitted with 4K Media type) More than what I thought.. Ok 3 more added.. Incredibles 2 and X-Men original 3 movies. I dont think there will be anymore this year now...So clock me in at 153 for 2018
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I had all 9 Series of the Flying Doctors from the UK that I bought in 2010 suffer from it. Was right across many of the discs in the 9 boxes. Strange discolorations started to occur across the disks and they became unreadable.

Was lucky in the meantime that a local release happened so I replaced it that way. I am sure I would of had trouble getting them replaced from the UK to Australia. These were released by Fabulous Films.
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