I read this in another forumn and wanted to bring this to James’s attention over at slysoft. I was able to confirm same issue, works fine with older version 184.108.40.206.
Here is what was posted.
"I think I have cracked the problem as I tried to backup Half Baked, Bruce Almighty and Hulk today. All of which brought about this error. I replied to a similar thread complaining of the same error with the latest versions of AnyDVD (The 5.7.1,2 and 3.1 series that were all released within a few days of each other, the first two being REALLY close) and 40 Year Old Virgin.
Well Cinderella Man, American Pie Band Camp, Hulk, Bruce Almighty, Half Baked AND 40 Year Old Virgin are all Universal Studios DVD’s. Now I have backed up clost to 200 DVD’s before this latest version of AnyDVD and have used it for the majority of them but I find it VERY hard to believe that it is ANYTHING OTHER THAN the latest version of AnyDVD seeing as before the new release I expierienced no problems with 23 other Universal titles.
With the latest version it appears that AnyDVD -->ADDS<-- encryption to the discs by accident (possible a mistyped key in the source code or something) seeing as I NEVER have seen this before.
RCE protection not found.
DVD structure appears to be correct.
------>>>>>>Found & removed invalid VOBUs!<<<<<---------
Found & removed Autorun from Video DVD!
Bad sector protection not found.
Emulating RPC-2 drive with region 1!
So if someone with a version of AnyDVD pre-5.7.?.1 can verify my theory by putting an older (we’ll say before 2002) and a newer (released within the past few months, 40 year old virgin is a good one) Universal Studios title in their DVD drive and see if AnyDVD says that about finding and removing invalid VOBU’s, it would be much appreaciated as I think I am on to something."