omer']AFAICT this disc contains an illegal filesystem; it just will not mount at all either under Linux or Windows (XP), even running AnyDVD.
It works fine on the various stand-alones I have in the house though.
The disc is brand new and unscratched.
I have eight computers on the network, all with different makes and models of optical drives, and not one of them recognises this disc.
Is there some kind of disk driver patch I can use to force this DVD to mount, so I can rip it? (Then again, I suppose that is part of what AnyDVD is supposed to do, but doesn't in this case.)
Also, all the Protection ID utils I've seen, require the disc to actually be mounted first. Is there a tool that can ID the protection using raw sectors, without mounting the disc? Something specifically designed to deal with this kind of protection perhaps?
Title: "The Day After Tomorrow, Two Disc Special Edition"
I believe the disc is badly manufactured (at the "edge" of the physical specification) so your drive simply won't read it. In this case AnyDVD would show "no disc inserted" in the status window.
You could try a different drive, if this is possible.