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Old 23rd January 2023, 11:05   #621  |  Link
Dimensional
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Indeed - Passkey 9.4.5.0 worked with FindVUK 1.57, but 9.4.5.1 stopped to work.

Just published FindVUK 1.58 that establishes compatibility with 9.4.5.1
I'm getting a 404 Error when attempting to download 1.58. Did they drop down your website immediately?

Edit: Nevermind. Browser wasn't properly loading the url. Switching fixed it.

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Old 31st January 2023, 18:43   #622  |  Link
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New FindUK 1.58 should fix your problem! Please test and keep me posted, thanks
Sorry but it doesn't work
I tried running my Blu-ray through the new FindVUK two or three times, and each time, FindVUK told me there's an error, then closed itself before I had time to copy the exact message.
Now the disc just doesn't work at all, even when neither FindVUK nor DVDFab are open. My player just doesn't detect it anymore. I bought another copy of the disc, same problem.
I also tried both copies on another computer, same problem again.
Now I really don't know what to do, and I'm afraid I don't have any more information to give you in order to solve the problem

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Old 1st February 2023, 18:42   #623  |  Link
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I tried running my Blu-ray through the new FindVUK two or three times, and each time, FindVUK told me there's an error, then closed itself before I had time to copy the exact message.
Now the disc just doesn't work at all, even when neither FindVUK nor DVDFab are open. My player just doesn't detect it anymore. I bought another copy of the disc, same problem.
I also tried both copies on another computer, same problem again.
Now I really don't know what to do, and I'm afraid I don't have any more information to give you in order to solve the problem
It's not your fault, the most recent version of Passkey (9.4.5.2) doesn't work with FindVUK 1.58 anymore (it's the same for DVDFab I guess).
You must revert to the previous release of DVDFab/Passkey for the time being.

Furthermore, I found that setting "MetaXML_UploadBasic" and "MetaXML_UploadEnhanced" in the config file to 0 doesn't prevent FindVUK from uploading data to the OnlineDB. Is it also necessary to change "BackupMode" to 0 if I don't want to upload data at a specific time?
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Old 1st February 2023, 21:05   #624  |  Link
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Can confirm that they must have changed something again in 9.4.5.2.

By the way. Can the online-db maybe updated with:
| DK | DEVICE_KEY 0x38841673E2B4E05191659899606CFFB8 | DEVICE_NODE 0x0C00 | KEY_UV 0x00000A00 | KEY_U_MASK_SHIFT 0x0B ; MKBv49-MKBv71

Sometimes I forget that and then all hell breaks loose until I remember
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Old 2nd February 2023, 23:42   #625  |  Link
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It's not your fault, the most recent version of Passkey (9.4.5.2) doesn't work with FindVUK 1.58 anymore (it's the same for DVDFab I guess).
You must revert to the previous release of DVDFab/Passkey for the time being.

Furthermore, I found that setting "MetaXML_UploadBasic" and "MetaXML_UploadEnhanced" in the config file to 0 doesn't prevent FindVUK from uploading data to the OnlineDB. Is it also necessary to change "BackupMode" to 0 if I don't want to upload data at a specific time?
I'll release another update soon to establish compatibility with 9452.

And the thing with the parameters not working is strange - need to check ... the check is still in place, so I don't know why it's not working
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Published FindVUK 1.59 - tested it with Passkey 9451 and 9452 and it's working with both of them now
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Furthermore, I found that setting "MetaXML_UploadBasic" and "MetaXML_UploadEnhanced" in the config file to 0 doesn't prevent FindVUK from uploading data to the OnlineDB. Is it also necessary to change "BackupMode" to 0 if I don't want to upload data at a specific time?
Checked it: if set to 0 no upload is performed, but I guess you noticed the logline "Successful upload to OnlineDB" in this case: it's written at a location where I just check if the previous procedure reported an error ... but as "no upload" is not an error, this line is always written.
It's already changed in the code, will be part of the next release - and I added an extra line that no upload is performed (in case it's disabled).

The backup mode does not influence the upload at all.
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