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If you can cut the unneeded bytes and descramble everything with no errors, the errors count should be 0.

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sarami wrote:
F1ReB4LL wrote:

DIC dump to the left, old bin-cue dump to the right. And I really don't think these 2 bytes should be zeroed.

How about cdtoimg?

The disc has been returned to its owner already (who doesn't have any Plextor), but it constantly gives the proper bytes (like on the right) with all the 0xBE reading tools (IsoBuster, CloneCD, etc.).
https://page.auctions.yahoo.co.jp/jp/auction/v485505859 -- if you want a copy for yourself to test.

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F1ReB4LL wrote:

If you can cut the unneeded bytes and descramble everything with no errors, the errors count should be 0.

Was that related to the disc in question I dumped? If so, can you lead me to the steps how I can strip the unneeded bytes and manually descramble the file?

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You need to cut all the bytes before "00 FF FF FF..." with the remove.exe, then descramble the rest of the image with one of the software descramblers, then check the descrambled image for errors. The last sector in the scrambled image will be incomplete, so the last sector of the descrambled image will be missing, you will need to read it separately and join to the end of the image.

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http://forum.redump.org/topic/19473/dc- … firepower/ -- why does track 3 has 00:02:00 pregap? The subchannels start at AMSF 10:02:00, while the pregap goes from 10:00:00 to 10:01:74. Do you generate the cue instead of properly reading/converting the subchannels?

http://forum.redump.org/topic/19434/dc- … eet-racer/ -- same

http://forum.redump.org/topic/19478/dc-nba-2k/ -- empty cue for some reason
https://mega.nz/#!D1QCzaAI!1_B_DtI9yPtB … SsST11QX_c -- same

1,631 (edited by sarami 2018-10-16 08:49:45)

EDIT

Test version
20181016 (Windows)
http://www.mediafire.com/file/eq80y20l9 … or_test.7z
20181016 (Linux)
http://www.mediafire.com/file/uw3e03kdk … x_test.tar

F1ReB4LL wrote:

empty cue for some reason

I'd forgotten fclose. I fixed it.

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sarami wrote:
F1ReB4LL wrote:
sarami wrote:

I'll get it in the near future. What movies do you recommend? wink

"Final Fantasy: The Spirits Within" is the only thing there that is game-related smile

I ordered it.

Unfortunately, "Final Fantasy: The Spirits Within (043396094291)" I bought doesn't have RCE according to DVD Decrypter, but "The Patriot - Special Edition (043396057319)" have RCE.

Test
1. I dumped The Patriot using DIC.
2. I dumped The Patriot using DVD Decrypter unchecked "Remove IFO RCE Protection".
3. I dumped The Patriot using DVD Decrypter checked "Remove IFO RCE Protection".

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Result
1 and 2 are same hash.
1 and 3 are different hash.

61 and 94 are DIC, 71 and 01 are DVD Decrypter.

00231124: 61 71
00231129: 94 01
01671124: 61 71
01671129: 94 01
01681104: 61 71
01681109: 94 01
01681934: 61 71
01681939: 94 01
01681AB8: 61 71
01681ABD: 94 01
09DD1104: 61 71
09DD1109: 94 01
09DD1934: 61 71
09DD1939: 94 01
09DD1AB8: 61 71
09DD1ABD: 94 01
09DE1104: 61 71
09DE1109: 94 01
09EA1104: 61 71
09EA1109: 94 01
09EB1104: 61 71
09EB1109: 94 01
09EB1954: 61 71
09EB1959: 94 01
09EB1B38: 61 71
09EB1B3D: 94 01
09EB1CBC: 61 71
09EB1CC1: 94 01
09EB1E40: 61 71
09EB1E45: 94 01
0000000187B51104: 61 71
0000000187B51109: 94 01
0000000187B51954: 61 71
0000000187B51959: 94 01
0000000187B51B38: 61 71
0000000187B51B3D: 94 01
0000000187B51CBC: 61 71
0000000187B51CC1: 94 01
0000000187B51E40: 61 71
0000000187B51E45: 94 01
0000000187B71104: 61 71
0000000187B71109: 94 01
0000000187B7191C: 61 71
0000000187B71921: 94 01
0000000198F11104: 61 71
0000000198F11109: 94 01
0000000198F1191C: 61 71
0000000198F11921: 94 01
0000000198F21104: 61 71
0000000198F21109: 94 01
0000000198F21924: 61 71
0000000198F21929: 94 01
00000001BA131104: 61 71
00000001BA131109: 94 01
00000001BA131924: 61 71
00000001BA131929: 94 01
00000001BA141104: 61 71
00000001BA141109: 94 01
00000001BA14191C: 61 71
00000001BA141921: 94 01
00000001BBD01104: 61 71
00000001BBD01109: 94 01
00000001BBD0191C: 61 71
00000001BBD01921: 94 01
00000001BBD11104: 61 71
00000001BBD11109: 94 01
00000001BBD11924: 61 71
00000001BBD11929: 94 01
00000001D2C71104: 61 71
00000001D2C71109: 94 01
00000001D2C71924: 61 71
00000001D2C71929: 94 01
00000001D2C81124: 61 71
00000001D2C81129: 94 01
00000001D2C812C2: 61 71
00000001D2C812C7: 94 01
00000001D2C81460: 61 71
00000001D2C81465: 94 01
00000001D2C815FE: 61 71
00000001D2C81603: 94 01
00000001D2C8179C: 61 71
00000001D2C817A1: 94 01
00000001D2C8213C: 61 71
00000001D2C82141: 94 01
00000001E6201124: 61 71
00000001E6201129: 94 01
00000001E62012C2: 61 71
00000001E62012C7: 94 01
00000001E6201460: 61 71
00000001E6201465: 94 01
00000001E62015FE: 61 71
00000001E6201603: 94 01
00000001E620179C: 61 71
00000001E62017A1: 94 01
00000001E620213C: 61 71
00000001E6202141: 94 01

I checked VIDEO_TS.IFO using ifoEdit.
https://imgur.com/RfG2wq5

It seems original bytes are checking a region code of pleyer and DVD Decrypter changed this.

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Conclusion
If all RCE discs use same logic, it's easy to find this protection. But I can't check all RCE discs...

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If it's just a region protection, it shouldn't be removed, IMO. Otherwise, it's a hack.

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F1ReB4LL wrote:

If it's just a region protection, it shouldn't be removed, IMO.

I think so too.
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https://github.com/saramibreak/DiscImag … r/releases
*2018-10-20
- added: support unnamed protection (EdcEccErrorProtect.txt and ReadErrorProtect.txt)
- added: support LaserLock and Proring (needs optiarc drive)
- fixed: cue file (CATALOG field of linux build, pregap of track 1 of GD)
- fixed: GD dumping for linux when plextor is used
- fixed: /ms option (subchannel)
- fixed: misdetect MCN of last sector of track to first sector of next track
- deleted: some warning for linux

1,635 (edited by idlord 2018-10-21 05:40:13)

Received the following error when dumping one of my PC discs with a PX-755A, sarami have any idea what the error would mean?

LBA[369098752, 0x16000000]: [F:ExecReadDisc][L:60]
        Opcode: 0xa8
        ScsiStatus: 0x02 = CHECK_CONDITION
        SenseData Key-Asc-Ascq: 05-21-00 = ILLEGAL_REQUEST - LOGICAL BLOCK ADDRESS OUT OF RANGE
lpCmd: a8, 00, 16, 00, 00, 00, 00, 00, 00, 01, 00, 00
dwBufSize: 2048

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Invalid LBA (369098752, 0x16000000)

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DIC crashes on the latest 20181020 Build when I'm trying to dump a SecuROM disc.

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Latest releases (20181022/20181020) are missing from github.

PX-4824TA (offset +98), PX-716A (offset +30)

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Uploaded https://github.com/saramibreak/DiscImag … r/releases (due to system problem of github, I couldn't upload it yesterday.)

1,640 (edited by A Murder of Crows 2018-11-04 21:14:13)

EDIT:

Seems i am having a problem formulating a command that would work to dump a game with periods in the title.

>DiscImageCreator.exe cd E: "D:\dump\E\Daytona USA C.C.E. Net Link Edition [(Star)2S(Star) 81218 B A1]" 40 /c2

This should create a set of files called

Daytona USA C.C.E. Net Link Edition [(Star)2S(Star) 81218 B A1].*

but instead the final period is seen as the point of extension.

is there any command arguments that would help me avoid this issue?

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Manually specifying the .bin file extension at the end of the command should do it.

alternatively just dump it with an arbitrary name like dump.bin and rename it with the DAT.
it should match http://redump.org/disc/29848/

Glad to see you finally got your hands on a copy.
hope it wasnt too pricey, it's gone insane lately.


A Murder of Crows wrote:

EDIT:

Seems i am having a problem formulating a command that would work to dump a game with periods in the title.

>DiscImageCreator.exe cd E: "D:\dump\E\Daytona USA C.C.E. Net Link Edition [(Star)2S(Star) 81218 B A1]" 40 /c2

This should create a set of files called

Daytona USA C.C.E. Net Link Edition [(Star)2S(Star) 81218 B A1].*

but instead the final period is seen as the point of extension.

is there any command arguments that would help me avoid this issue?

1,642 (edited by Jackal 2018-11-09 19:33:26)

@sarami, DIC doesnt detect SecuROM for this disc and gives empty subIntention: http://redump.org/disc/57096/

the sector -1 is apparently different from newer (4.68.00 and higher) SecuROM versions: http://redump.org/disc/37956/

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Uploaded

Test version
20181110 (Windows)
http://www.mediafire.com/file/eq80y20l9 … or_test.7z
20181110 (Linux)
http://www.mediafire.com/file/uw3e03kdk … x_test.tar

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Rib Today at 5:44 PM
it works

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https://github.com/saramibreak/DiscImageCreator/pull/23

Seems i'm too much of a newb to figure out the context for this. How should i formulate the command?

wiggy2k wrote:

Manually specifying the .bin file extension at the end of the command should do it.

alternatively just dump it with an arbitrary name like dump.bin and rename it with the DAT.
it should match http://redump.org/disc/29848/

Glad to see you finally got your hands on a copy.
hope it wasnt too pricey, it's gone insane lately.

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sarami wrote:
Enker wrote:

2. Both your program and PerfectRip have the file name issue. I don't think there is any setting I can change to fix this. Other programs I use don't have this issue.

It may be beside the point...

If you use Windows7, check off below
explorer -> tool(T) -> folder option(O) -> show tab 'Do not show extensions that are registered'
(I don't use English version, so may not be accurate.)

Seems to be the same problem i'm having. Did this ever get addressed?

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1,648 (edited by usurper 2018-11-15 18:43:01)

DIC doesn't support 0800v3 Drives for XGD2 and XGD3 dumping? I get errors whily trying to do so.

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I think I found an issue with SafeDisc Lite discs (or at least with an undumped copy of MS Train Simulator I got recently). DIC recognizes the protection when using the /sf flag, and all the errors that show up are 312 bit, but when the last sector is dumped, DIC decides to try and reread all the sectors that have intentional errors. And when it reaches the maximum number of retries for one of those errored sectors, DIC doesn't cancel the dump like normal, but then proceeds to reread the next intentionally errored sector the same way. When the last sector is done, it just descrambles the .scm like normal.

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usurper wrote:

DIC doesn't support 0800v3 Drives for XGD2 and XGD3 dumping? I get errors whily trying to do so.

Yes, because I don't have these drives yet. Btw, what errors you get?

ajshell1 wrote:

I think I found an issue with SafeDisc Lite discs

Uploaded, please test.
20181116 (Windows)
http://www.mediafire.com/file/eq80y20l9 … or_test.7z
20181116 (Linux)
http://www.mediafire.com/file/uw3e03kdk … x_test.tar