These Mould SID Codes do not match up. I'm not sure if the correct digit is supposed to be a 0 or a O.

My Drives: Plextor PX-W5224TA (white, with Syba 5.25" HDD enclosure), ASUS BW-16D1HT (with OWC Mercury Pro enclosure), Plextor Premium-U, Plextor PX-760A (with ByteCC enclosure), Lite-On LH-20A1HX, Kreon TS-H352C, Wii, Wii U

Other Hardware: JVC HR-XVC27U (DVD/VHS VCR), Sony CFD-S50 (CD/Cassette/Radio Boombox), Canon LiDE110 (Scanner)

0 and O in mould codes can sometimes be very difficult to determine, especially depending on the font chosen.  Sometimes there isn't even a clear answer.  I did notice that several of these have other SID codes that are V9P#, so I'm inclined to think they could be O instead of 0, but I can't say with 100% certainty.

If you have any clear pictures of the mould codes in question, feel free to share and I'd be happy to provide an opinion.

3 (edited by bikerspade 2021-09-10 04:01:10)

Attached is my IFPI V904 mould from my copy of Metroid: Other M

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BW-16D1HT | PX-W4824TU | Pioneer 209DBK | TS-H353A | Wii

Attached is an image of my Bakugan: Battle Brawlers for Wii with a Mould SID of V9O0

PX-W4012TA ☆ PX-716A ☆ LG WH16NS40 (JB7) ☆ TS-H352C
Wii ☆ Wii U ☆ PSP ☆ SOHD-167T ☆ 209DBK ☆ X360 HDDVD

I reviewed several dozen wii entries for mould sid codes, and I believe the pattern is ALWAYS followed of V9[letter][number], with exception to the zeroes that are interpreted that way.

For Wii US, I'm inclined to think all V90 should actually become --> V9O.

The O/0 in bikerspade's image doesn't look rounded, but it's kind of hard to tell for sure. I agree that the format for most discs is V9[letter][number], but I think more image comparisons are needed before any mass changes are done.

I do agree that we should ALWAYS be very cautious and sure before doing ANY sorts of mass changes.

I don't know much about mould codes, but is it possible that they are typed in, in the factory, by someone copying off a piece of paper, and therefore could have O/0 transcription errors at source?

Moving this to another section as it has gone beyond the realm of fixes

PX-W4012TA ☆ PX-716A ☆ LG WH16NS40 (JB7) ☆ TS-H352C
Wii ☆ Wii U ☆ PSP ☆ SOHD-167T ☆ 209DBK ☆ X360 HDDVD