2,551 (edited by usurper 2020-06-20 08:51:58)

The DIC.exe ist just crashing after hashing is complete.
However the hasing operation is completed, so the dat file is written (see attached logfiles).
Dunno what is executed after hashing has been done, but there seems to be the problem of the crash.

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Thx.
Uploaded 20200620
https://github.com/saramibreak/DiscImag … g/20200620

- fixed: crash when both /sf and /ns are used

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sarami wrote:

Thx.
Uploaded 20200620
https://github.com/saramibreak/DiscImag … g/20200620

- fixed: crash when both /sf and /ns are used

Thanks. Works!

Hello Sarami,
I've recently dumped a multisession disc with 2 sessions: first session has 4 audio tracks, second has data. I don't know if it's normal to hit an error when reaching the end of the session (basically the error that says the unit will retry in 10000 milliseconds). The data track alone came out with 153745 errors. I've uploaded the logs. Even if I dumped the disc twice and bin have the same hashes, I'm unsure if it was dumped correctly.

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LoStraniero91 wrote:

Hello Sarami,
I've recently dumped a multisession disc with 2 sessions: first session has 4 audio tracks, second has data. I don't know if it's normal to hit an error when reaching the end of the session (basically the error that says the unit will retry in 10000 milliseconds). The data track alone came out with 153745 errors. I've uploaded the logs. Even if I dumped the disc twice and bin have the same hashes, I'm unsure if it was dumped correctly.

From EccEdc.txt:
[ERROR] Number of sector(s) where mode2 NoEdc subheader(0x10 - 0x17) isn't same: 153737
LBA[062809, 0x0f559], MSF[12:d9:34], mode 2 no edc, Subheader isn't same. [0x10]:0000, [0x11]:0x28, [0x12]:0x08, [0x13]:0x1e, [0x14]:0x80, [0x15]:0x08, [0x16]:0x68, [0x17]:0x06,

above equals a subheader value of "0028 081e 8008 6806" in hex which means scrambled data.
https://i.imgur.com/AgTSzBZ.png
Looks like the whole data track came out scrambled.

Scrambled image matches normal image in disc.txt as well.
<rom name="Disney Demo 2 (Italy).scm" size="482503392" crc="7c781444" md5="43fbe8f2b080eac7c1e7fb74ab68223e" sha1="75f30bdf602b2154d60203f91e549fc82ebd435f"/>
<rom name="Disney Demo 2 (Italy).img" size="482503392" crc="7c781444" md5="43fbe8f2b080eac7c1e7fb74ab68223e" sha1="75f30bdf602b2154d60203f91e549fc82ebd435f"/>

Balthier wrote:
LoStraniero91 wrote:

Hello Sarami,
I've recently dumped a multisession disc with 2 sessions: first session has 4 audio tracks, second has data. I don't know if it's normal to hit an error when reaching the end of the session (basically the error that says the unit will retry in 10000 milliseconds). The data track alone came out with 153745 errors. I've uploaded the logs. Even if I dumped the disc twice and bin have the same hashes, I'm unsure if it was dumped correctly.

From EccEdc.txt:
[ERROR] Number of sector(s) where mode2 NoEdc subheader(0x10 - 0x17) isn't same: 153737
LBA[062809, 0x0f559], MSF[12:d9:34], mode 2 no edc, Subheader isn't same. [0x10]:0000, [0x11]:0x28, [0x12]:0x08, [0x13]:0x1e, [0x14]:0x80, [0x15]:0x08, [0x16]:0x68, [0x17]:0x06,

above equals a subheader value of "0028 081e 8008 6806" in hex which means scrambled data.
https://i.imgur.com/AgTSzBZ.png
Looks like the whole data track came out scrambled.

Scrambled image matches normal image in disc.txt as well.
<rom name="Disney Demo 2 (Italy).scm" size="482503392" crc="7c781444" md5="43fbe8f2b080eac7c1e7fb74ab68223e" sha1="75f30bdf602b2154d60203f91e549fc82ebd435f"/>
<rom name="Disney Demo 2 (Italy).img" size="482503392" crc="7c781444" md5="43fbe8f2b080eac7c1e7fb74ab68223e" sha1="75f30bdf602b2154d60203f91e549fc82ebd435f"/>

Thanks for the insight.

Salviamo la cultura videoludica italiana.

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LoStraniero91 wrote:

I've recently dumped a multisession disc with 2 sessions

_disc.txt

Lead-in length of 2nd session: 4507

Failed to get the pregap of 1st track of 2nd session. Change to other plextor drive if possible.
But CD-ROM drive can't support. https://github.com/saramibreak/DiscImag … /issues/41

2,558 (edited by antimatter 2020-07-01 13:55:29)

Hi, trying to dump with DIC the US version of Xbox One Ryse - Son of Rome (Europe) http://redump.org/disc/56587/

IsoBuster dumps the disc correctly but DIC underdumps the disc while using the latest DIC test version

DIC logs: https://mega.nz/file/e9gVDSSZ#9cM5I3Lfi … cCqTx72f4Y


Note: This disc is UDF 1.02. Dumped an UDF 1.50 Xbox One disc & IsoBuster & latest DIC test version matched.
For reference, UDF 1.50 DIC logs https://mega.nz/file/4SQnGYTa#F4pTOQ5lf … vEiwZ5maTA

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antimatter wrote:

IsoBuster dumps the disc correctly but DIC underdumps the disc while using the latest DIC test version

Same problem. http://forum.redump.org/post/79003/#p79003
DIC uses "Anchor Volume Descriptor Pointer", not TOC length.

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Hello!

I'm having issues dumping an Amiga CD-32 prototype but I'm experiencing this error in mainError.txt in each attempt I try:

LBA[001773, 0x006ed]: Track[01]: This sector is data, but sync is invalid
========== LBA[001773, 0x006ed]: Main Channel ==========
       +0 +1 +2 +3 +4 +5 +6 +7  +8 +9 +A +B +C +D +E +F
0000 : 70 25 00 00 F5 18 00 00  7A 0C 00 00 00 00 00 00   p%......z.......

Here are the output files.
https://www.mediafire.com/file/tbrbb69g … ad.7z/file

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ehw wrote:

I'm having issues dumping an Amiga CD-32 prototype but I'm experiencing this error in mainError.txt in each attempt I try:

Because this sector has c2 error.

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sarami wrote:
ehw wrote:

I'm having issues dumping an Amiga CD-32 prototype but I'm experiencing this error in mainError.txt in each attempt I try:

Because this sector has c2 error.

Thanks for the reply.

We had other discs do the same thing within the same session and the issue seemed to fix itself with a powercycle. I heard PX-716UFs had some stability issues like this, so maybe that's what it was.

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https://github.com/saramibreak/DiscImag … g/20200711
*2020-07-11
- fixed: crash when /ns is used by some discs

2,564 (edited by Nexy 2020-07-12 03:59:09)

sarami, please remove this cab scanning stuff, this is out of scope for DIC. Please make a separate tool or make it off by default.

Plextor PX-760A 1.07 (+30) : Plextor PX-716SA 1.11 (+30) : Plextor PX-W5224A 1.04 (+30) : Plextor PX-W4824 1.07 (+30) : Plextor PX-W4012TA 1.07 (+98) : Plextor PX-W1610TA (+99) : Plextor PX-W1210TA 1.10 (+99) : Lite-On LTR-48246S (+6) : Lite-On LTR-52246S (+6) : Lite-On LH-20A1H LL0DN (+6) : BenQ DW1655 BCIB (+618) : ASUS DRW-2014L1 1.02 (+6) : Yamaha CRW-F1 (+733) : Optiarc SA-7290H5 1H44 (+48) : ASUS BW-16D1HT 3.02 (+6)

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Nexy wrote:

sarami, please remove this cab scanning stuff, this is out of scope for DIC. Please make a separate tool or make it off by default.

I second this. I updated to the latest DIC version last night and wasted 10 mins waiting for the cab scanning which isn't really needed. I'd say leave it off by default and add a flag for those who want to enable it.

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sarami wrote:
antimatter wrote:

IsoBuster dumps the disc correctly but DIC underdumps the disc while using the latest DIC test version

Same problem. http://forum.redump.org/post/79003/#p79003
DIC uses "Anchor Volume Descriptor Pointer", not TOC length.

DIC was using the TOC length in the April release (logs here). The Anchor Pointer should be used for BD-R discs that only have UDF.

2,567 (edited by Dark Frost 2020-07-15 21:43:37)

Hey Guys ı found Lite-On LH-20A1P This Drive But I Ask Someting
https://www.cdrinfo.com/d7/content/lite-lh-20a1p?page=1
I Look This Test Result Test Resuls Say This Drive Read Leadin and Lead Out
DiscImageCreator Tool Work This Drive ?
Can I Buy İt ?

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https://github.com/saramibreak/DiscImag … g/20200716
- added: /mscf flag for cd command
- added: /avdp flag for dvd or bd command

/mscf   Extract MicroSoftCabFile (.cab)
/avdp   Use Anchor Volume Descriptor Pointer as file length
Dark Frost wrote:

Lite-On LH-20A1P

Not support d8 opcode.

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sarami wrote:

https://github.com/saramibreak/DiscImag … g/20200716
- added: /mscf flag for cd command
- added: /avdp flag for dvd or bd command

Thanks for implementing the .cab flag.

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@sarami I tested the xgd2swap command today and it works. The dump matches the 0800 dump from Xbox Backup Creator.

I have some questions though:

D:\dic>dic xgd2swap e prostreet 4 3825924 108976 3719856
AppVersion
        x86, AnsiBuild, 20200711T101216
valid extension was omitted. -> set .bin
CurrentDirectory
        D:\dic
WorkingPath
         Argument: prostreet.bin
         FullPath: D:\dic\prostreet.bin
            Drive: D:
        Directory: \dic\
         Filename: prostreet
        Extension: .bin
StartTime: 2020-07-18T10:24:16+0200
Set the drive speed: 5540KB/sec
Reading DirectoryRecord    3/   3
Creating iso(LBA)  4167012/ 4167012
Hashing: prostreet.iso
EndTime: 2020-07-18T10:37:19+0200

You can see here that I entered 3825924 as size, and the output file has the correct size, but still, the drive reads up to sector 4167012. Is this necessary?

Also, for xgd3swap you would need a swap disc that is 4267015 sectors long. I will see if it's possible to burn a fake TOC, because normal DVD9's (and DVD+R DL) are much smaller.

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Jackal wrote:

You can see here that I entered 3825924 as size, and the output file has the correct size, but still, the drive reads up to sector 4167012. Is this necessary?

1. YOUR_SWAP_DISC_SIZE(4167012) - XGD2_SIZE(3825924) = 341088 sectors

2. 341088 / 2 = 170544

3. XGD2_LAYER_BREAK(1913760)

==> 1913761 to 2084304 are L0 sectors and readable for your swap disc. But these are lead-out of L0 for xgd2. DIC skips reading these sectors.
==> 2084305 to 2254849 are L1 sectors and readable for your swap disc. But these are lead-out of L1 for xgd2. DIC skips reading these sectors.

As a result, DIC reads 3825924 sectors, but LBA count is 4167012.

=Jackal wrote:

Also, for xgd3swap you would need a swap disc that is 4267015 sectors long. I will see if it's possible to burn a fake TOC, because normal DVD9's (and DVD+R DL) are much smaller.

Yes... So, I can't test the command.

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dic crashing on a press disc dvd-r that isobuster dumps fine

logs: https://drive.google.com/file/d/1O8K0ft … sp=sharing

2,573 (edited by tenyuhuang 2020-07-23 17:25:02)

"Failed to get write-offset" on erratic discs

I have a weird disc; DIC refuses to dump it because it keeps reporting "Failed to get write-offsets" on all of my 4 Plextors.

AppVersion
        x86, AnsiBuild, 20200709T220736
/c2 val2 was omitted. set [0]
/sf val was omitted. set [60]
F:\archives\#tools\Programs\Creator\ISO3\mk_demo_V\ doesn't exist, so create.
CurrentDirectory
        F:\archives\#tools\Programs\Creator
WorkingPath
         Argument: ISO3\mk_demo_V\mk_demo.bin
         FullPath: F:\archives\#tools\Programs\Creator\ISO3\mk_demo_V\mk_demo.bin
            Drive: F:
        Directory: \archives\#tools\Programs\Creator\ISO3\mk_demo_V\
         Filename: mk_demo
        Extension: .bin
StartTime: 2020-07-24T01:07:18+0800
Set the drive speed: 3528KB/sec
This drive supports [OpCode: 0xd8, SubCode: 0]
Failed to get write-offset
This drive supports [OpCode: 0xd8, SubCode: 1]
This drive supports [OpCode: 0xd8, SubCode: 2]
Failed to get write-offset
Retry 1/10 after 10000 milliseconds
This drive supports [OpCode: 0xd8, SubCode: 2]
Failed to get write-offset
Retry 2/10 after 10000 milliseconds
This drive supports [OpCode: 0xd8, SubCode: 2]
Failed to get write-offset
Retry 3/10 after 10000 milliseconds
This drive supports [OpCode: 0xd8, SubCode: 2]
Failed to get write-offset
Retry 4/10 after 10000 milliseconds
This drive supports [OpCode: 0xd8, SubCode: 2]
Failed to get write-offset
Retry 5/10 after 10000 milliseconds
This drive supports [OpCode: 0xd8, SubCode: 2]
Failed to get write-offset
Retry 6/10 after 10000 milliseconds
This drive supports [OpCode: 0xd8, SubCode: 2]
Failed to get write-offset
Retry 7/10 after 10000 milliseconds
This drive supports [OpCode: 0xd8, SubCode: 2]
Failed to get write-offset
Retry 8/10 after 10000 milliseconds
This drive supports [OpCode: 0xd8, SubCode: 2]
Failed to get write-offset
Retry 9/10 after 10000 milliseconds
This drive supports [OpCode: 0xd8, SubCode: 2]
Failed to get write-offset
This drive supports [OpCode: 0xd8, SubCode: 8]
Failed to get write-offset
EndTime: 2020-07-24T01:09:49+0800

When using px_d8 on the first 3 sectors, the output are as follows:

Using 1.01A:

F:\archives\#tools>px_d8_A J 0 0
Px_D8 v1.01A.  22 Oct 2008.  Truong Hy, Dremora.
Usage: px_d8 <drive letter> <LBA sector>

F:\archives\#tools>px_d8_A J 0
Error searching for sync!

Using 1.01:
(the output is mostly zeroes until the end of sector 2)

F:\archives\#tools>px_d8
Px_D8 v1.01.  09 Dec 2007.  Truong Hy.
Usage: px_d8 <drive letter> <LBA sector> [sub-ch bits]
sub-ch bits:
  0 or ommit for no sub-ch data
  1=16 PQ
  2=96 PW packed mode

F:\archives\#tools>px_d8 J 0 0
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Note that Track 1 is supposed to be a data track as opposed to audio; according to my limited understanding and suggestions from others, this is likely to a disc DIC isn't ready for (because its irrational mastering).

Could you look into the issue? Thank you very much!

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tenyuhuang wrote:

Track 1 is supposed to be a data track

All logs, please.

sarami wrote:
tenyuhuang wrote:

Track 1 is supposed to be a data track

All logs, please.

These are all the generated logs.

Here's a screenshot from Isobuster, just in case.

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