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(1 replies, posted in Fixes & additions)

I know there were a topic here recently, but I didn't find it anymore...

I just saw that the demo tag from filename of the PS2 Buzz! Junior - RoboJam & Buzz! Junior - Jungle Party (Europe) (En,Fr,De,Es,It,Nl,Pt,Sv,Nn,Da,Fi,El,Pl,Ru) were removed and now I asked myself how can someone know if he see a file like this that the disc only contains the 2 demos of these games?!?

So my opinion: I think its ok to remove the (demo) from discs where you can see in the title, that it only contains demos or where the title of the demo is different to the real game. But in this case no one knows that the disc only contains the demo-versions of this games. If I see such a filename I would think that there are the full versions of these 2 games on the disc... so I would say that it should be tagged as demo again

What do you think about that?

yes, i'd run into similar problems with special discs...i had posted it here but didn't get an answer http://forum.redump.org/topic/5948/dump … ad-errors/

The problem for me was that these "build-in" read errors are giving different results with other drives (i think due to the error correction)

I've also dumped Super Smash Bros Brawl with rev19...and it matches too, so DVD-9 dumping should also be fine...

Has anyone already checked CIOS rev19? I don't want to go back to 13 and also don't have any game in database to redump... I've dumped a game and everything looks fine...but I don't know if it's a good dump or not...

hey....noone has any idea on how I can dump this discs???

I have some new Application CDs for the PS2 here, but I really don't know how I should dump them correctly...

1) X-Port (Datel):

This disc has a dummy file on it (every sector contains exactly the same data), within this file there are some unreadable sectors, the problem is that on every drive the range of these sectors is a little different and so I can't get a matching dump of 2 different drives:

LG GSA-4167B: Sectors 25-543 unreadable (same with clonecd & ddump)
Pioneer DVR-216: Sectors 25-561 (ccd&ddump again the same)
Toshiba SD-M1712: Sectors 25-545 (ccd&imgburn, no ddump cause connected to usb)

also checked with other drives and all give different results, so what should I do? I know that the LG give the best result, but I don't know if there is a drive somewhere who will read more sectors and make my dump wrong...


2) HDTV Player (Blaze):

This disc has a wrong TOC (original toc of crazy taxi), this TOC says that image should be 700MB, but you can see clearly when you look at the disc that there are not more than 50MB of data written. So how can I dump this? After the data it produces only read errors and I think 650MB with read errors will last days to dump...

I hope that anyone can help me dumping this 2 discs...

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(6 replies, posted in General discussion)

jeah...I have it now...Track 2 matches this game http://redump.org/disc/2493/ ...so it should be allright...i'll going to add this dump now  cool

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(6 replies, posted in General discussion)

ok im a bit confused but i think i have it now...please confirm...

when i dump with the lg with overread into lead-in and lead-out enabled the file size should be right, but the drive zeroes the last 10604 samples...when its disabled it cuts the last 20 samples... the toshiba drive reads the track till the end but the start is missing due to the negative offset...
so (also for later dumps with this huge negative offset) i think the track should be correct when i dump it with the lg with disabled overread and add the missing samples due to positive offset from the toshiba dump...then add the missing gap at the start of the track and everything should be ok...

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(6 replies, posted in General discussion)

Thanks, that worked, so now the middle part of all 3 files match... now i must only copy these parts at the end of the file who are zeroed in the LG file, cause they are within its lead-out and the track should be fine for adding to the database or am I wrong?

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(6 replies, posted in General discussion)

Hi,
i've a PSX game here (Tom and Jerry House Trap) with a single audio track whats really confusing me. I don't have a drive what can read into Lead-out. For other dumps i made, it worked that I dump the disk with a drive (Toshiba SD-M1712) what has an large negative offset and compare this with the dump from another and everything except the last bytes matches...

But here I dumped with probably 6 different drives and track size and data from whole track doesn't match from one drive to another.

Here are some EAC-Logs & sizes (dumped without pregap, cause it isn't recognized)

Toshiba SD-M1712 (size 32.476.644 Bytes)

Exact Audio Copy V0.99 prebeta 5 from 4. May 2009

EAC Auslese-Logdatei vom 2. März 2010, 11:41

Unbekannter Künstler / Unbekannter Titel

Benutztes Laufwerk : TOSHIBA DVD-ROM SD-M1712   Adapter: 7  ID: 0

Lesemodus                      : Sicher
Benutze Accurate Stream        : Ja
Audio Puffer abgeschaltet      : Nein
Benutze C2 Fehlerinformationen : Ja

Leseoffset Korrektur                           : -1119
Überlesen in das Lead-In und Lead-Out          : Ja
Fülle fehlende Offsetsample mit Stille auf     : Nein
Lösche führende und nachfolgende stille Blöcke : Nein
Null Samples gehen in CRC Berechnungen ein     : Ja
Benutzte Schnittstelle                         : Natürliche Win32 Schnittstelle für Win NT/2000/XP
Pausenbehandlung                               : Nicht erkannt, daher hinter dem vorigen Track angehängt

Benutztes Ausgabeformat : Microsoft PCM-Konvertierung
Sampleformat            : 44,100 kHz; 16 Bit; Stereo


TOC der ausgelesenen CD

     Track |   Start  |   Länge  | Startsektor | Endsektor 
    -------------------------------------------------------
        1  |  0:00.00 |  8:55.40 |        0    |   40164   
        2  |  8:55.40 |  3:04.10 |    40165    |   53974   


Track  2

     Dateiname R:\Track02.bin

     Spitzenpegel 99.9 %
     Track Qualität 100.0 %
     Test CRC 8226C53F
     Kopie CRC 8226C53F
     Kopie OK

Keine Fehler aufgetreten

Ende des Statusreports

LG GSA-4167B (size 32.481.120 Bytes)

Exact Audio Copy V0.99 prebeta 5 from 4. May 2009

EAC Auslese-Logdatei vom 2. März 2010, 11:35

Unbekannter Künstler / Unbekannter Titel

Benutztes Laufwerk : HL-DT-STDVDRAM GSA-4167B   Adapter: 1  ID: 0

Lesemodus                      : Sicher
Benutze Accurate Stream        : Ja
Audio Puffer abgeschaltet      : Nein
Benutze C2 Fehlerinformationen : Ja

Leseoffset Korrektur                           : 20
Überlesen in das Lead-In und Lead-Out          : Ja
Fülle fehlende Offsetsample mit Stille auf     : Nein
Lösche führende und nachfolgende stille Blöcke : Nein
Null Samples gehen in CRC Berechnungen ein     : Ja
Benutzte Schnittstelle                         : Natürliche Win32 Schnittstelle für Win NT/2000/XP
Pausenbehandlung                               : Nicht erkannt, daher hinter dem vorigen Track angehängt

Benutztes Ausgabeformat : Microsoft PCM-Konvertierung
Sampleformat            : 44,100 kHz; 16 Bit; Stereo


TOC der ausgelesenen CD

     Track |   Start  |   Länge  | Startsektor | Endsektor 
    -------------------------------------------------------
        1  |  0:00.00 |  8:55.40 |        0    |   40164   
        2  |  8:55.40 |  3:04.10 |    40165    |   53974   


Track  2

     Dateiname R:\Track02.bin

     Verdächtige Position 0:03:03

     Spitzenpegel 99.9 %
     Track Qualität 99.3 %
     Test CRC 092EDD18
     Kopie CRC C537580B
     Kopie beendet

Es sind Fehler aufgetreten

Ende des Statusreports

------------------------------------------------------------

Exact Audio Copy V0.99 prebeta 5 from 4. May 2009

EAC Auslese-Logdatei vom 2. März 2010, 11:36

Unbekannter Künstler / Unbekannter Titel

Benutztes Laufwerk : HL-DT-STDVDRAM GSA-4167B   Adapter: 1  ID: 0

Lesemodus                      : Sicher
Benutze Accurate Stream        : Ja
Audio Puffer abgeschaltet      : Nein
Benutze C2 Fehlerinformationen : Ja

Leseoffset Korrektur                           : 20
Überlesen in das Lead-In und Lead-Out          : Ja
Fülle fehlende Offsetsample mit Stille auf     : Nein
Lösche führende und nachfolgende stille Blöcke : Nein
Null Samples gehen in CRC Berechnungen ein     : Ja
Benutzte Schnittstelle                         : Natürliche Win32 Schnittstelle für Win NT/2000/XP
Pausenbehandlung                               : Nicht erkannt, daher hinter dem vorigen Track angehängt

Benutztes Ausgabeformat : Microsoft PCM-Konvertierung
Sampleformat            : 44,100 kHz; 16 Bit; Stereo


TOC der ausgelesenen CD

     Track |   Start  |   Länge  | Startsektor | Endsektor 
    -------------------------------------------------------
        1  |  0:00.00 |  8:55.40 |        0    |   40164   
        2  |  8:55.40 |  3:04.10 |    40165    |   53974   


Track  2

     Dateiname R:\Track02.bin

     Verdächtige Position 0:03:03

     Spitzenpegel 99.9 %
     Track Qualität 99.4 %
     Test CRC 092EDD18
     Kopie CRC 092EDD18
     Kopie beendet

Es sind Fehler aufgetreten

Ende des Statusreports

Pioneer DVR-216 (size 32.478.916 Bytes)

Exact Audio Copy V0.99 prebeta 5 from 4. May 2009

EAC Auslese-Logdatei vom 2. März 2010, 11:39

Unbekannter Künstler / Unbekannter Titel

Benutztes Laufwerk : PIONEER DVD-RW  DVR-216L   Adapter: 2  ID: 1

Lesemodus                      : Sicher
Benutze Accurate Stream        : Ja
Audio Puffer abgeschaltet      : Ja
Benutze C2 Fehlerinformationen : Nein

Leseoffset Korrektur                           : -551
Überlesen in das Lead-In und Lead-Out          : Ja
Fülle fehlende Offsetsample mit Stille auf     : Nein
Lösche führende und nachfolgende stille Blöcke : Nein
Null Samples gehen in CRC Berechnungen ein     : Ja
Benutzte Schnittstelle                         : Natürliche Win32 Schnittstelle für Win NT/2000/XP
Pausenbehandlung                               : Nicht erkannt, daher hinter dem vorigen Track angehängt

Benutztes Ausgabeformat : Microsoft PCM-Konvertierung
Sampleformat            : 44,100 kHz; 16 Bit; Stereo


TOC der ausgelesenen CD

     Track |   Start  |   Länge  | Startsektor | Endsektor 
    -------------------------------------------------------
        1  |  0:00.00 |  8:55.40 |        0    |   40164   
        2  |  8:55.40 |  3:04.10 |    40165    |   53974   


Track  2

     Dateiname R:\Track02.bin

     Verdächtige Position 0:03:03

     Spitzenpegel 99.9 %
     Track Qualität 99.7 %
     Test CRC 6AB41F49
     Kopie CRC 6AB41F49
     Kopie beendet

Es sind Fehler aufgetreten

Ende des Statusreports

In the attached pic you can see the beginning from 2 of the dumped files...

Does anyone have an idea what i can do to get this disk dumped???

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(2 replies, posted in Fixes & additions)

http://redump.org/disc/9515/

I don't know how it should be named correctly...

Title says "Disney präsentiert einen Pixar Film: Die Unglaublichen" and the english title (The Incredibles) as subtitle...

so it maybe should renamed to
a) "Disney präsentiert einen Pixar Film: Die Unglaublichen: The Incredibles"
or
b) "Disney / Pixar: Die Unglaublichen: The Incredibles" (cause Disney+Pixar is written bigger than the rest)
or
c) only "Die Unglaublichen: The Incredibles"

i don't know...

edit: also english version http://redump.org/disc/4013/ says "Disney presents a Pixar film: The Incredibles"

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(2 replies, posted in Fixes & additions)

Hi,
i've noticed that my recent PS2 dump of "Disneys Ferkels grosses Abenteuer-Spiel" was renamed to "Disney's Ferkels grosses Abenteuer-Spiel"...it's only a little change but i don't think thats right, so I researched a bit and noticed that probably every german only release has the "Disneys"-logo and not "Disney's" on cover. So shouldn't these games changed to the right title?

Another thing: I've seen that all Disney's Hercules games for PSX has the full title in database only as alternative title...i've searched the cover and this says clearly "Disneys Hercules Action-Spiel" (...for the german version). I think that should be changed too...

If you also think that this should be renamed, I can help checking the other games...