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Why does Disc Info change over the years or from  models/OS  of  BD/DVD-Rom ?
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DVD Profiler Unlimited RegistrantStar Contributorwidescreenforever
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I have seen this issue a number of times .. but when I put a disc I own into my DVD-ROM of my windows 10 ( or XP), and I have Invelos profiler up and running the pc will spin the disc in the disc player and then read the disc ID and then automatically find and place the title i nmy data to the right one.. But since changing the BD ROM  ( or changing OS)  I find when I put in a disc I haven't placed for a long time in the tray , I get this message come up- 

"cannot Identify DVD in DV-ROM drive. Add manually to your collection? "
The disc I used for this example ( of many) is the Paul Newman Super Speedway (1997) 
the Disc ID reads as follows :
F0EFDBBF853DB88A  (old original from data )  1997

371A45B077DB90D7 [SPEDDWAY] //  today  (  totally different Disc ID & notice how  the spelling is written)

WHY is this like That ??
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An updated CDROM.sys driver in Win10 is causing inaccurate Disc IDs.  If you have AnyDVD enabled, you'll still get the original, correct Disc ID.  This has been discussed in length with no resolution from Invelos... let me see if I can find the thread.

EDIT: Here is the URL to the discussion:

WARNING: wrong disc id with Windows 10 Update 1809
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Quoting rdodolak:
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An updated CDROM.sys driver in Win10 is causing inaccurate Disc IDs.  If you have AnyDVD enabled, you'll still get the original, correct Disc ID.  This has been discussed in length with no resolution from Invelos... let me see if I can find the thread.

EDIT: Here is the URL to the discussion:

WARNING: wrong disc id with Windows 10 Update 1809


I've read the entire thread that you linked. What I'm not understanding is what do you mean by having AnyDVD "enabled"? Can you (or someone) please explain further, perhaps step-by-step?
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I've read the entire thread that you linked. What I'm not understanding is what do you mean by having AnyDVD "enabled"? Can you (or someone) please explain further, perhaps step-by-step?


Do you have the AnyDVD software?  If so, from the Windows taskbar right-click on the AnyDVD icon and make sure "Enable AnyDVD" is checked.  Also, if AnyDVD is enabled the icon will have color otherwise if it's disabled the icon will be gray.
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