Re: Quake II pc offset & gap

Vigi, these are my findings with Hexen II, I was able to get all your tracks, but the offset was weird on every track, I dumped the disc on single bin file using the plextor drive (+30 drive offset) using ISOBuster, the used the track method using a starting position for the first audio track the size of the american version first data track, this is my script

psxt001z --track "HexenII.bin" 188910288 33313728 05f0680d + s "Hexen II (E) (Track 02).bin"
psxt001z --track "HexenII.bin" 222224016 32953872 76b661be + s "Hexen II (E) (Track 03).bin"
psxt001z --track "HexenII.bin" 255177888 32662224 02fdee8d + s "Hexen II (E) (Track 04).bin"
psxt001z --track "HexenII.bin" 287840112 32986800 d093b474 + s "Hexen II (E) (Track 05).bin"
psxt001z --track "HexenII.bin" 320826912 31904880 2697ac40 + s "Hexen II (E) (Track 06).bin"
psxt001z --track "HexenII.bin" 352731792 34226304 2a8801ba + s "Hexen II (E) (Track 07).bin"
psxt001z --track "HexenII.bin" 386958096 32833920 554bdc16 + s "Hexen II (E) (Track 08).bin"
psxt001z --track "HexenII.bin" 419792016 32297664 952aa595 + s "Hexen II (E) (Track 09).bin"
psxt001z --track "HexenII.bin" 452089680 34132224 60b124d2 + s "Hexen II (E) (Track 10).bin"
psxt001z --track "HexenII.bin" 486221904 32895072 8c5a0fcf + s "Hexen II (E) (Track 11).bin"
psxt001z --track "HexenII.bin" 519116976 33744144 172e836a + s "Hexen II (E) (Track 12).bin"
psxt001z --track "HexenII.bin" 552861120 34955424 430ce67e + s "Hexen II (E) (Track 13).bin"
psxt001z --track "HexenII.bin" 587816544 32925648 140e863e + s "Hexen II (E) (Track 14).bin"
psxt001z --track "HexenII.bin" 620742192 32888016 a9c6dbe2 + s "Hexen II (E) (Track 15).bin"
psxt001z --track "HexenII.bin" 653630208 31342752 10644e18 + s "Hexen II (E) (Track 16).bin"
psxt001z --track "HexenII.bin" 684972960 32819808 b79890d2 + s "Hexen II (E) (Track 17).bin"

and here are the results, all the track were found, but the offset correction didn't stay constant, it shifted between track

Track 02 Offset correction: 5832 bytes / 1458 samples
Track 03 Offset correction: 5832 bytes / 1458 samples
Track 04 Offset correction: 5836 bytes / 1459 samples
Track 05 Offset correction: 5824 bytes / 1456 samples
Track 06 Offset correction: 5824 bytes / 1456 samples
Track 07 Offset correction: 5820 bytes / 1455 samples
Track 08 Offset correction: 5820 bytes / 1455 samples
Track 09 Offset correction: 5808 bytes / 1452 samples
Track 10 Offset correction: 5844 bytes / 1461 samples
Track 11 Offset correction: 5852 bytes / 1463 samples
Track 12 Offset correction: 5844 bytes / 1461 samples
Track 13 Offset correction: 5816 bytes / 1454 samples
Track 14 Offset correction: 5828 bytes / 1457 samples
Track 15 Offset correction: 5860 bytes / 1465 samples
Track 16 Offset correction: 5820 bytes / 1455 samples
Track 17 Offset correction: 5820 bytes / 1455 samples

Also, when I examined the bin files, I noticed that some tracks begin earlier in your dump and other got portions of the previous track at the beginning of the dump, look this example of your Track 04, the audio start in the position 0x53C
In my dump the audio start at position 0x0 on all audio track with 0 seconds pregap, and all the track ends with zeros, look in the dump of your Track 05 the audio start at position 0x548, and the track has portions of the previous track, at least compared to my dump.

Also, I included sample tracks of my dump for you to get a better idea of what I'm talking about.
I don't why IdSoftware or Activition mastered this disk like this... it's weird...

Re: Quake II pc offset & gap

ssjkakaroto wrote:

Hey pnkiller78, here's a remotediff for track 11 can you make a patch for me?
http://www.speedyshare.com/136917703.html
Edit:
Also if possible for track 1: http://www.speedyshare.com/650245949.html

Sure, here they are both

Re: Quake II pc offset & gap

Thanks!
I've made a patch to convert Track 11 (B) -> (U) in case you want to take a look: http://www.speedyshare.com/820954485.html
After a certain point your file is blank while mine has data:
http://img2.freeimagehosting.net/uploads/th.14c8cf642c.png

Re: Quake II pc offset & gap

It's funny, it's exactly 0x930 bytes, 1 sector... the amount of data that you have in your track it's one sector... even if my dump was made with a big negative offset drive, I tried playing with the offset correction on EAC, but no luck, the LiteOn drive can see any data after 0x14B40A0, in your dump the data end at 0x14B49D0; maybe it was manufactured that way, I don't know... the plextor drive even loose data before that position without sync errors.. in  the LiteOn if I increment the offset it 2 sectors it start to show sync errors.

Re: Quake II pc offset & gap

"the plextor drive even loose data before that position without sync errors"
what did you mean here? tongue

Re: Quake II pc offset & gap

I'll try to redump my budget disc to see if it matches anything

32 (edited by themabus 2008-02-05 04:43:25)

Re: Quake II pc offset & gap

pnkiller78 wrote:

It's funny, it's exactly 0x930 bytes, 1 sector... the amount of data that you have in your track it's one sector... even if my dump was made with a big negative offset drive, I tried playing with the offset correction on EAC, but no luck, the LiteOn drive can see any data after 0x14B40A0, in your dump the data end at 0x14B49D0; maybe it was manufactured that way, I don't know... the plextor drive even loose data before that position without sync errors.. in  the LiteOn if I increment the offset it 2 sectors it start to show sync errors.

i really don't know why does it happen this way but when doing offset corrected reading in EAC, it would often cut off more data than drive is capable to retrive. you could try to go to the last audio sector in IsoBuster and if it is still filled there, go one sectors beyond (or even further, until you compensate audio disposition). if this works out ok, you can save it with 'Extract From-To' command (will have to 'cancel' twice, it's ok). then you can extract or realign data in this file to cancel relative offset and it should be full last track then. only it's not safe, you would not get any warnings. when dumping with EAC, often only one drive would read last audio until the very end so i would do this to verify those last bytes on the other.

Re: Quake II pc offset & gap

ssjkakaroto wrote:

"the plextor drive even loose data before that position without sync errors"
what did you mean here? tongue

I was trying to say that the plextor drive could not read the entire track at the end and didn't throw any sync errors.. so if indeed there's data beyond the position specified in my post, the drive could not retrieve it.

Will try the sugestion from themabus today and see what I can find..

Re: Quake II pc offset & gap

I tried themabus suggestion, these were the results:
* None of my drives saw more info that the info dumped by EAC with the LiteOn drive
* LG drive couldn't retrieve info beyond the leadout in ISOBuster
* In ISOBuster the Plextor drive was able to retrieve the info dumped by the LiteOn on EAC, that's good, but after the same position were the LiteOn showed data, in the Plextor there were just zeros.

I think I could say that at least in this version of the disc, that all the audio in the disc, the LiteOn drive retrieve all the info it can on EAC, the Plextor confirmed that info using themabus method on ISOBuster, none other of my drives retrieve more data after that.

Re: Quake II pc offset & gap

Can someone update my dump with the info I posted earlier?

Thanks

Re: Quake II pc offset & gap

ssjkakaroto wrote:

Can someone update my dump with the info I posted earlier?

Thanks

Done.. so pnkiller's last track has cut off data? yikes I still think this is kind of odd.. pnkiller, have you tried checking the last sector in cdtool instead of isobuster?

Re: Quake II pc offset & gap

Is it possible that his disc simply doesn't have any info on the leadout?

Re: Quake II pc offset & gap

Vigi: The pregap on Track 02 is 1.73 and the game's serial is 723F-B302

Re: Quake II pc offset & gap

ssjkakaroto wrote:

Vigi: The pregap on Track 02 is 1.73 and the game's serial is 723F-B302

The serial isn't needed because there are no other versions from that region.

Re: Quake II pc offset & gap

ah ok
BTW, why did you remove the Original flag from some of my discs?

Re: Quake II pc offset & gap

Vigi wrote:

Done.. so pnkiller's last track has cut off data? yikes I still think this is kind of odd.. pnkiller, have you tried checking the last sector in cdtool instead of isobuster?

It the same, this is a screenshot of the lead-out area on CDReader, I definitely think that that's all the info in the track.

Re: Quake II pc offset & gap

ssjkakaroto wrote:

ah ok
BTW, why did you remove the Original flag from some of my discs?

it's useless also.. IBM PC discs are expected to be original releases and not budget.. if it's some special non-budget release the field can be used.

43 (edited by pnkiller78 2009-04-15 07:41:28)

Re: Quake II pc offset & gap

Hi, I don't know if it got sense to revive this old thread but I always felt curious if this disc was perfect dumped when I had my old laptop, now I have a desktop PC, my old Plextor PX-760A... smile Yes, perfectRip now runs without problems, so I decided to recheck this disc, in fact I got two copies of the same disc, one the original I bought a long time ago, and second one I got it in a bundle auction on eBay.
So here are my findings

px_d8 k: 0 0 command

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PerfectRip log

©2006   H & H   s o f t w e r x.
PerfectRip v1.00 b30 log. 15/04/2009 12:09:55 AM

Type    . Time        . Description
------- + ----------- + -----------
Info    | 12:09:55 AM | Current device: PLEXTOR DVDR   PX-760A  1.07
Info    | 12:09:55 AM | Reported CD read speed (kbytes/s): 1411(8x)
Info    | 12:09:55 AM | Current read error recovery setting: mode: 00h retry count: 10
Info    | 12:09:55 AM | Setting of read error recovery to normal with 3 retries was successful.
Info    | 12:09:55 AM | Detecting subcode/C2 pointers priority..
Info    | 12:09:55 AM | Detecting and correcting subchannel offset..
Info    | 12:09:57 AM | Subcode/C2 priority is: main+C2+sub.
Info    | 12:09:57 AM | Subchannel sector offset: -4
Info    | 12:09:57 AM | Detection finished.
Info    | 12:09:57 AM | Main channel read offset correction: -9528 bytes (-2382 samples)
Info    | 12:09:57 AM | Main channel write offset correction: 0 bytes (0 samples)
Info    | 12:09:57 AM | Subchannel offset correction: 4 sectors
Info    | 12:09:57 AM | C2 error pointers offset correction: -9528 bits
Error   | 12:09:57 AM | Read CD-TEXT command failed!
Info    | 12:09:57 AM | Reading Media Catalog Number...
Info    | 12:09:57 AM | MCN not encoded
Info    | 12:09:57 AM | Reading International Standard Recording Code...
Info    | 12:09:58 AM | ISRC(track 1) not encoded
Info    | 12:09:59 AM | ISRC(track 2) not encoded
Info    | 12:09:59 AM | ISRC(track 3) not encoded
Info    | 12:10:00 AM | ISRC(track 4) not encoded
Info    | 12:10:01 AM | ISRC(track 5) not encoded
Info    | 12:10:02 AM | ISRC(track 6) not encoded
Info    | 12:10:03 AM | ISRC(track 7) not encoded
Info    | 12:10:03 AM | ISRC(track 8) not encoded
Info    | 12:10:04 AM | ISRC(track 9) not encoded
Info    | 12:10:05 AM | ISRC(track 10) not encoded
Info    | 12:10:06 AM | ISRC(track 11) not encoded
Info    | 12:10:06 AM | OP: -00:00.04 to -00:00.01 (-000004 to -000001), duration: 00:00.04 (000004)
Info    | 12:10:06 AM | Trk 01: 00:00.00 to 40:36.17 (000000 to 182717), duration: 40:36.18 (182718)
Info    | 12:10:06 AM | Trk 01 format type is CD-ROM mode 1
Error   | 12:15:19 AM | Error while burst reading sectors: 182549 to 182571 (40:33.74 to 40:34.21)
Info    | 12:15:19 AM | Retrying with 1 sector reads from: 182549 (40:33.74)
Info    | 12:15:19 AM | Pause found: 01020000017200403620DC84
Error   | 12:15:20 AM | Error reading sector: 182570 (40:34.20)
Error   | 12:15:20 AM | Sense hex (key/ASC/ASCQ): 03/02/81 - Unknown sense key code combination
Error   | 12:15:20 AM | Error reading sector (ignoring): 182570 (40:34.20)
Error   | 12:15:20 AM | Sense hex (key/ASC/ASCQ): 03/02/81 - Unknown sense key code combination
Error   | 12:15:20 AM | Error reading sector: 182571 (40:34.21)
Error   | 12:15:20 AM | Sense hex (key/ASC/ASCQ): 03/02/81 - Unknown sense key code combination
Error   | 12:15:20 AM | Error reading sector (ignoring): 182571 (40:34.21)
Error   | 12:15:20 AM | Sense hex (key/ASC/ASCQ): 03/02/81 - Unknown sense key code combination
Info    | 12:15:20 AM | 1 sector reads were ok, setting back to burst reading from: 182572 (40:34.22)
Info    | 12:15:25 AM | Found new subchannel offset correction (sectors): 0 (LBA: 182575)
Info    | 12:15:25 AM | FLAGS DATA
Info    | 12:15:25 AM | Current copyright flag !DCP kept
Info    | 12:15:25 AM | Trk 02: 40:36.18 to 44:07.04 (182718 to 198529), duration: 03:30.62 (015812)
Info    | 12:15:25 AM | Trk 02 format type is CDDA
Info    | 12:15:25 AM | Index found: 0102010000000040381813A6
Info    | 12:15:52 AM | Pause found: 01030000017100440708967B
Info    | 12:15:52 AM | Current copyright flag !DCP kept
Info    | 12:15:52 AM | Trk 03: 44:07.05 to 46:26.56 (198530 to 209006), duration: 02:19.52 (010477)
Info    | 12:15:52 AM | Trk 03 format type is CDDA
Info    | 12:15:52 AM | Index found: 01030100000000440905D17D
Info    | 12:16:10 AM | Pause found: 0104000001710046266091C9
Info    | 12:16:11 AM | Current copyright flag !DCP kept
Info    | 12:16:11 AM | Trk 04: 46:26.57 to 49:00.65 (209007 to 220565), duration: 02:34.09 (011559)
Info    | 12:16:11 AM | Trk 04 format type is CDDA
Info    | 12:16:11 AM | Index found: 0104010000000046285741D6
Info    | 12:16:32 AM | Pause found: 010500000171004900696BB2
Info    | 12:16:32 AM | Current copyright flag !DCP kept
Info    | 12:16:32 AM | Trk 05: 49:00.66 to 51:54.26 (220566 to 233576), duration: 02:53.36 (013011)
Info    | 12:16:32 AM | Trk 05 format type is CDDA
Info    | 12:16:32 AM | Index found: 01050100000000490266499B
Info    | 12:16:55 AM | Pause found: 01060000017100515430A593
Info    | 12:16:55 AM | Current copyright flag !DCP kept
Info    | 12:16:55 AM | Trk 06: 51:54.27 to 54:31.18 (233577 to 245343), duration: 02:36.67 (011767)
Info    | 12:16:55 AM | Trk 06 format type is CDDA
Info    | 12:16:55 AM | Index found: 010601000000005156271483
Info    | 12:17:16 AM | Pause found: 0107000001710054312263EC
Info    | 12:17:17 AM | Current copyright flag !DCP kept
Info    | 12:17:17 AM | Trk 07: 54:31.19 to 58:08.30 (245344 to 261630), duration: 03:37.12 (016287)
Info    | 12:17:17 AM | Trk 07 format type is CDDA
Info    | 12:17:17 AM | Index found: 010701000000005433193712
Info    | 12:17:46 AM | Pause found: 010800000171005808344323
Info    | 12:17:46 AM | Current copyright flag !DCP kept
Info    | 12:17:46 AM | Trk 08: 58:08.31 to 61:14.46 (261631 to 275596), duration: 03:06.16 (013966)
Info    | 12:17:46 AM | Trk 08 format type is CDDA
Info    | 12:17:46 AM | Index found: 010801000000005810312CF8
Info    | 12:18:10 AM | Pause found: 010900000171006114509908
Info    | 12:18:10 AM | Current copyright flag !DCP kept
Info    | 12:18:10 AM | Trk 09: 61:14.47 to 63:52.39 (275597 to 287439), duration: 02:37.68 (011843)
Info    | 12:18:10 AM | Trk 09 format type is CDDA
Info    | 12:18:10 AM | Index found: 010901000000006116472818
Info    | 12:18:30 AM | Pause found: 01100000017100635243E372
Info    | 12:18:30 AM | Current copyright flag !DCP kept
Info    | 12:18:30 AM | Trk 10: 63:52.40 to 65:54.42 (287440 to 296592), duration: 02:02.03 (009153)
Info    | 12:18:30 AM | Trk 10 format type is CDDA
Info    | 12:18:30 AM | Index found: 01100100000000635440CC13
Info    | 12:18:46 AM | Pause found: 0111000001710065544640F2
Info    | 12:18:46 AM | Current copyright flag !DCP kept
Info    | 12:18:46 AM | Trk 11: 65:54.43 to 67:55.53 (296593 to 305678), duration: 02:01.11 (009086)
Info    | 12:18:46 AM | Trk 11 format type is CDDA
Info    | 12:18:46 AM | Index found: 01110100000000655643C391
Info    | 12:19:02 AM | Current copyright flag !DCP kept
Info    | 12:19:02 AM | OL: 67:55.54 to 67:55.58 (305679 to 305683), duration: 00:00.05 (000005)
Info    | 12:19:02 AM | Setting back of saved read error recovery parameters was successful.
Info    | 12:19:03 AM | Total corrupt Q subcode blocks: 153
Info    | 12:19:03 AM | Trk 01 corrupt symbols (C2 pointers): 0
Info    | 12:19:03 AM | Trk 02 corrupt symbols (C2 pointers): 0
Info    | 12:19:03 AM | Trk 03 corrupt symbols (C2 pointers): 0
Info    | 12:19:03 AM | Trk 04 corrupt symbols (C2 pointers): 0
Info    | 12:19:03 AM | Trk 05 corrupt symbols (C2 pointers): 0
Info    | 12:19:03 AM | Trk 06 corrupt symbols (C2 pointers): 0
Info    | 12:19:03 AM | Trk 07 corrupt symbols (C2 pointers): 0
Info    | 12:19:03 AM | Trk 08 corrupt symbols (C2 pointers): 0
Info    | 12:19:03 AM | Trk 09 corrupt symbols (C2 pointers): 0
Info    | 12:19:03 AM | Trk 10 corrupt symbols (C2 pointers): 0
Info    | 12:19:03 AM | Trk 11 corrupt symbols (C2 pointers): 0
Info    | 12:19:03 AM | Total corrupt symbols (C2 pointers): 0
Warning | 12:19:03 AM | Replaced sector: 182570 (40:34.20)
Warning | 12:19:03 AM | Replaced sector: 182571 (40:34.21)
Info    | 12:19:03 AM | Reading process completed successfully.

Cue file

REM Tool: PerfectRip
REM Date & time: 15/04/2009 12:09:57 AM
REM Drive: PLEXTOR DVDR   PX-760A  1.07

FILE "01.- Q2.track.pcm" BINARY
  TRACK 01 MODE1/2352
    INDEX 01 00:00:00
FILE "02.- Q2.track.pcm" BINARY
  TRACK 02 AUDIO
    INDEX 00 00:00:00
    INDEX 01 00:01:73
FILE "03.- Q2.track.pcm" BINARY
  TRACK 03 AUDIO
    INDEX 00 00:00:00
    INDEX 01 00:01:72
FILE "04.- Q2.track.pcm" BINARY
  TRACK 04 AUDIO
    INDEX 00 00:00:00
    INDEX 01 00:01:72
FILE "05.- Q2.track.pcm" BINARY
  TRACK 05 AUDIO
    INDEX 00 00:00:00
    INDEX 01 00:01:72
FILE "06.- Q2.track.pcm" BINARY
  TRACK 06 AUDIO
    INDEX 00 00:00:00
    INDEX 01 00:01:72
FILE "07.- Q2.track.pcm" BINARY
  TRACK 07 AUDIO
    INDEX 00 00:00:00
    INDEX 01 00:01:72
FILE "08.- Q2.track.pcm" BINARY
  TRACK 08 AUDIO
    INDEX 00 00:00:00
    INDEX 01 00:01:72
FILE "09.- Q2.track.pcm" BINARY
  TRACK 09 AUDIO
    INDEX 00 00:00:00
    INDEX 01 00:01:72
FILE "10.- Q2.track.pcm" BINARY
  TRACK 10 AUDIO
    INDEX 00 00:00:00
    INDEX 01 00:01:72
FILE "11.- Q2.track.pcm" BINARY
  TRACK 11 AUDIO
    INDEX 00 00:00:00
    INDEX 01 00:01:72

md5 hashes

ecd6838b22379c97b09bf05d8bb35168 *01.- Q2.track.img
f1b238d9ba5ee01f1c5103b0b4df5112 *02.- Q2.track.pcm
c480b5a1c3e84475500294762a57d107 *03.- Q2.track.pcm
f72f76792d0d65bdf1bbcd35cbe3c235 *04.- Q2.track.pcm
e516a042a830a0947136c1e08970e689 *05.- Q2.track.pcm
5b3145ea5eb5fbad57715cd5640a2bfe *06.- Q2.track.pcm
3b7b73ca76e609db6f0bdc322e0353b7 *07.- Q2.track.pcm
abb9a8e0cb608b7f90d779f758ef6a90 *08.- Q2.track.pcm
03d94049cb0b43d8499631bfa1c2d792 *09.- Q2.track.pcm
0aa93e0c41370af91d1e5c18f7855da8 *10.- Q2.track.pcm
919f49cefb17196e21f1615ca0db2f05 *11.- Q2.track.pcm

So I think that Quake II was dumped OK big_smile

Re: Quake II pc offset & gap

And now for HEXEN II

px_d8 k: 0 0 command

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PerfectRip log

©2006   H & H   s o f t w e r x.
PerfectRip v1.00 b30 log. 15/04/2009 12:37:31 AM

Type    . Time        . Description
------- + ----------- + -----------
Info    | 12:37:31 AM | Current device: PLEXTOR DVDR   PX-760A  1.07
Info    | 12:37:31 AM | Reported CD read speed (kbytes/s): 1411(8x)
Info    | 12:37:31 AM | Current read error recovery setting: mode: 00h retry count: 10
Info    | 12:37:31 AM | Setting of read error recovery to normal with 3 retries was successful.
Info    | 12:37:31 AM | Detecting subcode/C2 pointers priority..
Info    | 12:37:31 AM | Detecting and correcting subchannel offset..
Info    | 12:37:33 AM | Subcode/C2 priority is: main+C2+sub.
Info    | 12:37:33 AM | Subchannel sector offset: -3
Info    | 12:37:33 AM | Detection finished.
Info    | 12:37:33 AM | Main channel read offset correction: -7176 bytes (-1794 samples)
Info    | 12:37:33 AM | Main channel write offset correction: 0 bytes (0 samples)
Info    | 12:37:33 AM | Subchannel offset correction: 3 sectors
Info    | 12:37:33 AM | C2 error pointers offset correction: -7176 bits
Error   | 12:37:33 AM | Read CD-TEXT command failed!
Info    | 12:37:33 AM | Reading Media Catalog Number...
Info    | 12:37:34 AM | MCN not encoded
Info    | 12:37:34 AM | Reading International Standard Recording Code...
Info    | 12:37:34 AM | ISRC(track 1) not encoded
Info    | 12:37:35 AM | ISRC(track 2) not encoded
Info    | 12:37:36 AM | ISRC(track 3) not encoded
Info    | 12:37:37 AM | ISRC(track 4) not encoded
Info    | 12:37:38 AM | ISRC(track 5) not encoded
Info    | 12:37:38 AM | ISRC(track 6) not encoded
Info    | 12:37:39 AM | ISRC(track 7) not encoded
Info    | 12:37:40 AM | ISRC(track 8) not encoded
Info    | 12:37:41 AM | ISRC(track 9) not encoded
Info    | 12:37:41 AM | ISRC(track 10) not encoded
Info    | 12:37:42 AM | ISRC(track 11) not encoded
Info    | 12:37:43 AM | ISRC(track 12) not encoded
Info    | 12:37:44 AM | ISRC(track 13) not encoded
Info    | 12:37:44 AM | ISRC(track 14) not encoded
Info    | 12:37:45 AM | ISRC(track 15) not encoded
Info    | 12:37:46 AM | ISRC(track 16) not encoded
Info    | 12:37:47 AM | ISRC(track 17) not encoded
Info    | 12:37:47 AM | OP: -00:00.03 to -00:00.01 (-000003 to -000001), duration: 00:00.03 (000003)
Info    | 12:37:47 AM | Trk 01: 00:00.00 to 17:52.68 (000000 to 080468), duration: 17:52.69 (080469)
Info    | 12:37:47 AM | Trk 01 format type is CD-ROM mode 1
Error   | 12:40:03 AM | Error while burst reading sectors: 080297 to 080319 (17:50.47 to 17:50.69)
Info    | 12:40:03 AM | Retrying with 1 sector reads from: 080297 (17:50.47)
Info    | 12:40:03 AM | Pause found: 01020000017400175269D45C
Info    | 12:40:03 AM | Found new subchannel offset correction (sectors): 0 (LBA: 80319)
Info    | 12:40:03 AM | 1 sector reads were ok, setting back to burst reading from: 080320 (17:50.70)
Info    | 12:40:03 AM | FLAGS DATA
Info    | 12:40:03 AM | Current copyright flag !DCP kept
Info    | 12:40:03 AM | Trk 02: 17:52.69 to 20:59.57 (080469 to 094482), duration: 03:06.64 (014014)
Info    | 12:40:03 AM | Trk 02 format type is CDDA
Info    | 12:40:03 AM | Index found: 01020100000000175469E809
Info    | 12:40:26 AM | Current copyright flag !DCP kept
Info    | 12:40:26 AM | Trk 03: 20:59.58 to 24:06.43 (094483 to 108493), duration: 03:06.61 (014011)
Info    | 12:40:26 AM | Trk 03 format type is CDDA
Info    | 12:40:50 AM | Current copyright flag !DCP kept
Info    | 12:40:50 AM | Trk 04: 24:06.44 to 27:11.55 (108494 to 122380), duration: 03:05.12 (013887)
Info    | 12:40:50 AM | Trk 04 format type is CDDA
Info    | 12:41:14 AM | Current copyright flag !DCP kept
Info    | 12:41:14 AM | Trk 05: 27:11.56 to 30:18.55 (122381 to 136405), duration: 03:07.00 (014025)
Info    | 12:41:14 AM | Trk 05 format type is CDDA
Info    | 12:41:38 AM | Current copyright flag !DCP kept
Info    | 12:41:38 AM | Trk 06: 30:18.56 to 33:19.45 (136406 to 149970), duration: 03:00.65 (013565)
Info    | 12:41:38 AM | Trk 06 format type is CDDA
Info    | 12:42:01 AM | Current copyright flag !DCP kept
Info    | 12:42:01 AM | Trk 07: 33:19.46 to 36:33.47 (149971 to 164522), duration: 03:14.02 (014552)
Info    | 12:42:01 AM | Trk 07 format type is CDDA
Info    | 12:42:25 AM | Current copyright flag !DCP kept
Info    | 12:42:25 AM | Trk 08: 36:33.48 to 39:39.57 (164523 to 178482), duration: 03:06.10 (013960)
Info    | 12:42:25 AM | Trk 08 format type is CDDA
Info    | 12:42:49 AM | Current copyright flag !DCP kept
Info    | 12:42:49 AM | Trk 09: 39:39.58 to 42:42.64 (178483 to 192214), duration: 03:03.07 (013732)
Info    | 12:42:49 AM | Trk 09 format type is CDDA
Info    | 12:43:12 AM | Current copyright flag !DCP kept
Info    | 12:43:12 AM | Trk 10: 42:42.65 to 45:56.26 (192215 to 206726), duration: 03:13.37 (014512)
Info    | 12:43:12 AM | Trk 10 format type is CDDA
Info    | 12:43:39 AM | Current copyright flag !DCP kept
Info    | 12:43:39 AM | Trk 11: 45:56.27 to 49:02.62 (206727 to 220712), duration: 03:06.36 (013986)
Info    | 12:43:39 AM | Trk 11 format type is CDDA
Info    | 12:44:02 AM | Current copyright flag !DCP kept
Info    | 12:44:02 AM | Trk 12: 49:02.63 to 52:14.09 (220713 to 235059), duration: 03:11.22 (014347)
Info    | 12:44:02 AM | Trk 12 format type is CDDA
Info    | 12:44:29 AM | Current copyright flag !DCP kept
Info    | 12:44:29 AM | Trk 13: 52:14.10 to 55:32.21 (235060 to 249921), duration: 03:18.12 (014862)
Info    | 12:44:29 AM | Trk 13 format type is CDDA
Info    | 12:44:56 AM | Current copyright flag !DCP kept
Info    | 12:44:56 AM | Trk 14: 55:32.22 to 58:38.70 (249922 to 263920), duration: 03:06.49 (013999)
Info    | 12:44:56 AM | Trk 14 format type is CDDA
Info    | 12:45:19 AM | Current copyright flag !DCP kept
Info    | 12:45:19 AM | Trk 15: 58:38.71 to 61:45.28 (263921 to 277903), duration: 03:06.33 (013983)
Info    | 12:45:19 AM | Trk 15 format type is CDDA
Info    | 12:45:43 AM | Current copyright flag !DCP kept
Info    | 12:45:43 AM | Trk 16: 61:45.29 to 64:43.04 (277904 to 291229), duration: 02:57.51 (013326)
Info    | 12:45:43 AM | Trk 16 format type is CDDA
Info    | 12:46:06 AM | Current copyright flag !DCP kept
Info    | 12:46:06 AM | Trk 17: 64:43.05 to 67:47.08 (291230 to 305033), duration: 03:04.04 (013804)
Info    | 12:46:06 AM | Trk 17 format type is CDDA
Info    | 12:46:29 AM | Current copyright flag !DCP kept
Info    | 12:46:29 AM | OL: 67:47.09 to 67:47.12 (305034 to 305037), duration: 00:00.04 (000004)
Info    | 12:46:29 AM | Setting back of saved read error recovery parameters was successful.
Info    | 12:46:29 AM | Total corrupt Q subcode blocks: 79
Info    | 12:46:29 AM | Trk 01 corrupt symbols (C2 pointers): 0
Info    | 12:46:29 AM | Trk 02 corrupt symbols (C2 pointers): 0
Info    | 12:46:29 AM | Trk 03 corrupt symbols (C2 pointers): 0
Info    | 12:46:29 AM | Trk 04 corrupt symbols (C2 pointers): 0
Info    | 12:46:29 AM | Trk 05 corrupt symbols (C2 pointers): 0
Info    | 12:46:29 AM | Trk 06 corrupt symbols (C2 pointers): 0
Info    | 12:46:29 AM | Trk 07 corrupt symbols (C2 pointers): 0
Info    | 12:46:29 AM | Trk 08 corrupt symbols (C2 pointers): 0
Info    | 12:46:29 AM | Trk 09 corrupt symbols (C2 pointers): 0
Info    | 12:46:29 AM | Trk 10 corrupt symbols (C2 pointers): 0
Info    | 12:46:29 AM | Trk 11 corrupt symbols (C2 pointers): 0
Info    | 12:46:29 AM | Trk 12 corrupt symbols (C2 pointers): 0
Info    | 12:46:29 AM | Trk 13 corrupt symbols (C2 pointers): 0
Info    | 12:46:29 AM | Trk 14 corrupt symbols (C2 pointers): 0
Info    | 12:46:29 AM | Trk 15 corrupt symbols (C2 pointers): 0
Info    | 12:46:29 AM | Trk 16 corrupt symbols (C2 pointers): 0
Info    | 12:46:29 AM | Trk 17 corrupt symbols (C2 pointers): 0
Info    | 12:46:29 AM | Total corrupt symbols (C2 pointers): 0
Info    | 12:46:29 AM | Reading process completed successfully.

Cue file

REM Tool: PerfectRip
REM Date & time: 15/04/2009 12:37:33 AM
REM Drive: PLEXTOR DVDR   PX-760A  1.07

FILE "01.- H2.track.pcm" BINARY
  TRACK 01 MODE1/2352
    INDEX 01 00:00:00
FILE "02.- H2.track.pcm" BINARY
  TRACK 02 AUDIO
    INDEX 00 00:00:00
    INDEX 01 00:02:00
FILE "03.- H2.track.pcm" BINARY
  TRACK 03 AUDIO
    INDEX 01 00:00:00
FILE "04.- H2.track.pcm" BINARY
  TRACK 04 AUDIO
    INDEX 01 00:00:00
FILE "05.- H2.track.pcm" BINARY
  TRACK 05 AUDIO
    INDEX 01 00:00:00
FILE "06.- H2.track.pcm" BINARY
  TRACK 06 AUDIO
    INDEX 01 00:00:00
FILE "07.- H2.track.pcm" BINARY
  TRACK 07 AUDIO
    INDEX 01 00:00:00
FILE "08.- H2.track.pcm" BINARY
  TRACK 08 AUDIO
    INDEX 01 00:00:00
FILE "09.- H2.track.pcm" BINARY
  TRACK 09 AUDIO
    INDEX 01 00:00:00
FILE "10.- H2.track.pcm" BINARY
  TRACK 10 AUDIO
    INDEX 01 00:00:00
FILE "11.- H2.track.pcm" BINARY
  TRACK 11 AUDIO
    INDEX 01 00:00:00
FILE "12.- H2.track.pcm" BINARY
  TRACK 12 AUDIO
    INDEX 01 00:00:00
FILE "13.- H2.track.pcm" BINARY
  TRACK 13 AUDIO
    INDEX 01 00:00:00
FILE "14.- H2.track.pcm" BINARY
  TRACK 14 AUDIO
    INDEX 01 00:00:00
FILE "15.- H2.track.pcm" BINARY
  TRACK 15 AUDIO
    INDEX 01 00:00:00
FILE "16.- H2.track.pcm" BINARY
  TRACK 16 AUDIO
    INDEX 01 00:00:00
FILE "17.- H2.track.pcm" BINARY
  TRACK 17 AUDIO
    INDEX 01 00:00:00

md5 hashes

0a22fe0a8f51a03be03ccca4a6b3e41f *01.- H2.track.img
459bf611e0d9a32a181a9072db1007d1 *02.- H2.track.pcm
02c940594829610c0a95babeef0bc19d *03.- H2.track.pcm
2c25b3bde411d613df9e6dcc3de6cc1d *04.- H2.track.pcm
0e014c0fa47d2d95dcd5651fbdffd8a5 *05.- H2.track.pcm
bae96ffe2bc697e905f152298d252b06 *06.- H2.track.pcm
ad62fec87f484464b56f1683b0f35ccb *07.- H2.track.pcm
4614be8efa5fcf7fca6a6842a70193d7 *08.- H2.track.pcm
26a2ce58859b794a86df66512ca8f7de *09.- H2.track.pcm
1e167e8e7624aa55638a7592a82fea2f *10.- H2.track.pcm
8244a62799845556ca0b651630bca8a9 *11.- H2.track.pcm
ae2c4840ffdd4b4570a254c35277b912 *12.- H2.track.pcm
28a291903dddf82ef771f62511199365 *13.- H2.track.pcm
4663dcae4cba53c7fb4a5b979b4c05b8 *14.- H2.track.pcm
1bfde1fd0268870ea7ac5422a8e69df3 *15.- H2.track.pcm
0d8fa473487490b368a2e9036b487281 *16.- H2.track.pcm
1642e5cebb6c88d65f3e26100ca19161 *17.- H2.track.pcm

Well, I've to make one correction on track 2, seem like the beginning of a data track sector in the first sector of the track 2, this is a track sample if anybody is interested.