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Dexcon wrote on 1/1/2022, 1:09 AM

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Does not recognize Blu-ray
DVD Architect Studio5(copyrite2010) I tried to write with, but the Blu-ray disc is not recognized. Please tell me the solution. Do you need an update? The hardware is Windows 10.

Have you successfully burned Blu-ray discs before using DVD Architect Studio 5? If so, are you now using the same brand and type of Blu-ray disc as you have successfuly used in the past?

Have you made any hardware changes recently such a new DVD/BD burner or a new computer? Does your burner have the latest firmware installed? Also, what you are describing might well relate to your burner not recognising the Blu-ray disc rather than DVD Architect Studio 5.

Are the Preference settings in DVD Architect Studio 5 correctly set up for a Blu-ray project?

Do you need an update?

The DVD Architect line of products were discontinued a couple of years ago, so there would be no expectation that there will be any future updates to that product line. Further, DVD Architect Studio 5 is a decade old product and any updates for it - if any - would have been released while it was a current product

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EricLNZ wrote on 1/1/2022, 2:53 AM

Presumably you mean the Blu-ray burner isn't recognised. Does Windows recognise its existence in "This PC" or Windows Explorer.

Win 10 updates cause problems with my ASUS external burner so often I have to play around to get it recognised again.

vkmast wrote on 1/1/2022, 4:57 AM

Try toggling (selecting or deselecting) "Skip drive database" in General Preferences of your DVD A S 5. If your build has "Use legacy disc drivers" in the Burning preferences, try toggling that.

You could also try if only preparing in DVD A S 5 and burning with alternative software such as ImgBurn would work.