You can't remove the ReadOnly attribute on a DVD.
However....copying to a different drive IS simply 'reading'. It should work.
How are you attempting to copy this, and what is the format of these movies?
That is what I thought too.
I tried to drag and drop within File Explorer, from the open DVD window, to the open Videos Folder.
Format of DVD says "UDF"
I don't see any image.
Did you copy everything all at once? Or did you copy some of the files, then decided to copy the whole thing? If you copied some of the files first, they probably retained their read-only flag on your hard disk. When you then copied the whole thing, it couldn't overwrite the previously-copied files because they were read-only, and popped up that error.
Unfortunately, the standard Windows copy handler sucks for things like this. You'll either need to install a better copy handler (which will let you cancel the copy of a single file without canceling the entire copy operation), or you'll have to manually delete everything you copied, then copy it again.
I selected all 3 folders that are on the disc and copied them to File Explorer "drag and drop" style.
I also just tried to play some of the afflicted videos, and I can't even open them to play them. I also scanned the folders with Avira, but nothing came up. I am wondering if my files are corrupted or something? They seem to be randomly selected video files.
I just tried to open the disc again after ejecting it, it appears to be loading something by to green bar going across, but it says it's empty now! In the properties tab, it shows the disk to be completely blue, but says 0 bytes. Also, I just tried an error check under the Tools tab, and windows said that the check could not be performed because windows can't access the disk.
I have NO idea what is going on???
Oh, I took photos of the screen, but can't find a place to upload them here?