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I've only recently soft-modded my PS3, still have some reading to do on how to dump discs but I thought I'd ask a question relating to playing PS1 CDDA games using multiman.
I tried Buster Bros and the game runs but CDDA music is missing, sound effects are playing. This was a redump backup with multiple tracks.
I've tried converting it to a single bin using imgBurn but that yielded the same results.
Any tips, if this is an allowed discussion?
@ tossEAC - if only you were in Australia, I have about 50 scratched, undumpable and unsellable discs, if not more (and then I should probably count my DVD collection).
Three of the shops I used to get discs repaired can no longer do it - one place closed down (game store), the other place got rid of their machine (JB Hi-Fi) and the third place broke theirs and have never bothered repairing it (Cash Converters). And I am not paying $3-$5 per disc to have them fixed at a video or music store when in some cases the games themselves aren't even worth that.
Game Traders Highpoint offer disc cleaning services but yeah about $3 or $5 a pop not economical
Might have to give iKleen a try
No worries thanks for that
I still have this Australian Gamecube demo disk that's badly scratched can you make a video please. I tried getting it buffed three times and didn't help. I know it's a long shot but would still like to try one last time using your method
This is pretty amazing, now the fun of using this on 200+ isos begins, any chance there will be a Linux version?
CDEmu is exactly what I was after, thanks again
EDIT: xz support is pretty sweet too!
Thanks very much guys, will try it out
Not sure if we are allowed to create threads that are not related to proper redumping but I really wanted to ask this question here as people are really knowledgeable
I have a Tomb Raider 2 PC game that I was hoping to play in Linux using Wine or PlayOnLinux but without using the physical disc
So I dumped the disc with cdrdao which gave me a bin and a toc file, i converted toc to cue
Is there a way to mount the resulting bin/cue in Linux?
I don't think there would be any point in keeping records of bad dumps
To shut down have you tried shutdown -h now
I tried like 5 different drives and keep getting an error. Trying to dump a ps1 disc with data + multi-audio
I've used the -rall f: 8 filename
I have had problems with this as well, couldn't understand the guide completely. A few dumpers here explained the procedure better
Basically once you dump the audio track with EAC, you need to add the 2 second pregap manually
However I have had problems with certain games, and all I can think of is my drive not being compatible, or not detecting stuff properly
I've tried with an external LG drive, no luck. Doesn't detect the BD at all
Thank you guys I'll have a look at these programs
Are there any Linux apps that we could use as an alternative to Windows ones?
More specifically Isobuster, EAC.
VirtualBox will be out of the question because it uses it's own cd rom drivers i take it?
As for using:
Run ddump.exe with no parameters to get a list of all your devices. Find your dreamcast dumping device, and note the #:#:#
Also get the drive letter of your device
Then follow the dreamcast guide until it says use CDRWin, and instead use DCDump with parameters
DCDump.exe #:#:# drive_letter
For example my drive is 0:0:0 with drive letter d so the commandline would be
DCDump.exe 0:0:0 d
i have tried running it without any options and all i get is this:
Microsoft Windows [Version 6.1.7601]
Copyright (c) 2009 Microsoft Corporation. All rights reserved.
Usage: DCDump.exe #:#:#
Help: DCDump.exe -h
(both on Win7 x86 & x64)
tried to dump a game with Lite-On SOHD-167T
haven't had much luck, read errors just like with cdrwin
it's strange the game discs don't have any scratches on them
when i first started the program i received msvcp100.dll missing (Win7 x64)
after i downloaded the vcredist_x86.exe it started fine
couldn't get the device id using the program so i had to look it up in device manager (1:0:0)
will try again with discs that i dumped successfully in the past (Sega Rally & Resident Evil 2 Leon's Disc)
i have the gamecube version and it cannot be dumped with the 'usual' dump tools.
must have a some sort of protection. i think some people have managed to extract the dol executable but not the complete iso
i hope we will finish the PAL GCN set soon. always on the lookout for more games
people here are doing an amazing job
i do use it myself as the hard drive i use for my wii backups is quite small but it hasn't come across my mind to backup the scrubbed images, only 1:1s. i can always scrub them when i need to and there's no real need to keep the other (scrubbed) ones
when it comes to running backups from cd/dvd based media, 1:1 is really the only way to go even if the modchip allows multi-game discs.
no hard feelings
Hi, i recently acquired the above mentioned disc
Tried to dump the disc using Super Dump 1.3 and it starts the process but soon fails
Tried it the old way with PSO and BBA, again after a while it stops
When i open the 'half-finished' iso it actually comes up with a freeloader banner in gc-tool
the two files i ended up with are around 30mb big each
the disc doesn't look like it's badly scratched and it loads fine on my gamecube
have you read the guide properly?
3. If you have cIOS v1.4 or v1.5 uninstall it with the unistaller and then install v1.3b to have a clean system. Don't use IOS249 v1.4 or v1.5 because it has a bug which cannot read last sector of first layer of Wii dvds (not confirmed: please beware some modchips cannot retrieve right dumps of Wii dvds even with v1.3b or lower)
it appears that you have the above mentioned problem... is your Wii modded?
i use superdump and haven't had any problems with it... so glad i could finally pack away my gc broadband adapter and phantasy star online as super dump is way faster
if i was you i'd try uninstalling cIOS 1.4 or 1.5 and then installing 1.3b, according to the guide that should fix the problem...
note: just to be on the safe side, i suggest you install bootmii as boot2 and dump your NAND before you do anything
i have a couple as well, will try to help
But I'll keep an eye on them, flea markets can be full of surprises...
It's an amazing feeling when one finds a rare game at a bargain price
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