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There is not error in logs. What messages are shown in command-line?

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Uploaded 20190914  00743 (http://www.mediafire.com/file/eq80y20l9 … st.7z/file)
PS2 unlicensed disc has weird subQ like this.

========== LBA[145406, 0x237fe]: Sub Channel ==========
      +0 +1 +2 +3 +4 +5 +6 +7 +8 +9 +A +B
    P FF FF FF FF FF FF FF FF FF 00 00 00
    Q 83 54 02 4C 80 B2 00 64 40 41 AA 01

41 AA 01 is ctrl/adr and track and index. These value are shifted. Fixed it manually.

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Uploaded 20190913 170005 (link is same)

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logs plz.

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Up http://www.mediafire.com/file/eq80y20l9 … st.7z/file
I have not tested.

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Unlicensed PS2 disc has intentional C2 errors like safedisc. Safedisc has sync + msf + mode but unlicensed PS2 disc hasn't it.

LBA[000026, 0x0001a]: Track[01]: Invalid sync. Skip descrambling
========== LBA[000026, 0x0001a]: Main Channel ==========
       +0 +1 +2 +3 +4 +5 +6 +7  +8 +9 +A +B +C +D +E +F
0000 : A0 65 9A DC A0 65 9A DC  A0 65 9A DC A0 65 9A DC   .e...e...e...e..
0010 : A0 65 9A DC A0 65 9A DC  A0 65 9A DC A0 65 9A DC   .e...e...e...e..
0020 : A0 65 9A DC A0 65 9A DC  A0 65 9A DC A0 65 9A DC   .e...e...e...e..
0030 : A0 65 9A DC A0 65 9A DC  A0 65 9A DC A0 65 9A DC   .e...e...e...e..
0040 : A0 65 9A DC A0 65 9A DC  A0 65 9A DC A0 65 9A DC   .e...e...e...e..
     :

http://forum.redump.org/post/72691/#p72691
Some people discussed how to handle intentional C2 errors. Please confirm them how we should do it.

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Uploaded http://www.mediafire.com/file/eq80y20l9 … st.7z/file
Try and report plz.

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Sync is weird. I can't fix it.

0390 : DC 2F FF FF FF FF FF FF  00 C1 FF 00 01 82 00 61   ./.............a

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http://www.mediafire.com/file/eq80y20l9 … st.7z/file
Set C2 for 0xf1 of ASUS BW-16D1HT

wiggy2k wrote:

Last secotor is half scrambled ? Mastering error or bad dump ?

Half scrambled. Perhaps Mastering error.

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swap mode continues to read until the 1st 0xaa appears. It seems 1st 0xaa is 77402 sector.

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Last sector is 77400.

========== TOC ==========
      Data Track  1, LBA        0 -    77400, Length    77401
                                              Total     77401

But it seems the subQ of 77401 is not Lead-out.

LBA[077399, 0x12e57]: P[00], Q[41010117117400171374050b]{ Data,      Copy NG,                  Track[01], Idx[01], RMSF[17:11:74], AMSF[17:13:74]}, RtoW[0, 0, 0, 0]
LBA[077400, 0x12e58]: P[00], Q[41010117120000171400f8ef]{ Data,      Copy NG,                  Track[01], Idx[01], RMSF[17:12:00], AMSF[17:14:00]}, RtoW[0, 0, 0, 0]
LBA[077401, 0x12e59]: P[00], Q[41010117120100171401429f]{ Data,      Copy NG,                  Track[01], Idx[01], RMSF[17:12:01], AMSF[17:14:01]}, RtoW[0, 0, 0, 0]

DIC overreads 1 sector due to this problem.


user7 wrote:

i'm getting an issue with dumping a GameShark disc for Dreamcast:

This disc has a weird TOC like CDI.

========== TOC ==========
    Pregap Track   , LBA        0 -    13835, Length    13836
      Data Track  2, LBA    13836 -    15099, Length     1264
                                              Total     15100
========== FULL TOC ==========
    FirstCompleteSession: 1
     LastCompleteSession: 1
    Session 1, Ctl 4, Adr 1, Point 0xa0, FirstTrack  2, Format: CD-ROM-XA
    Session 1, Ctl 4, Adr 1, Point 0xa1,  LastTrack  2
    Session 1, Ctl 4, Adr 1, Point 0xa2,      Lead-out, AMSF 03:23:25 (LBA[015100, 0x03afc])
    Session 1, Ctl 4, Adr 1, Point 0x02,      Track  2, AMSF 03:06:36 (LBA[013836, 0x0360c])

I need to get it to test.


Parotaku wrote:

As I understand from the wiki, there's no way to get these infos (or create an IRD with redump2ird (D1/D2)) with this dumping method, or am I missing something?

Yes, you need to get PS3 drive to get the disc key/id. If you get the drive and 3k3y ripper, you can get these info easily, using my authentication tool. http://forum.redump.org/topic/22897/ps3 … tion-tool/

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RibShark wrote:

I reverse engineered the firmware myself.

If possible, please tell me how to reverse engineer the firmware. I'm interested.

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RibShark wrote:

In that case first crossflash ASUS-BW-16D1HT-3.10-WM01601-211901041014.bin and then flash desired firmware.

I can change the firmware.

                VendorId: ASUS    
               ProductId: BW-16D1HT       
    ProductRevisionLevel: 3.02
          VendorSpecific: W000800K91HCMA5808  

Uploaded: http://www.mediafire.com/file/eq80y20l9 … st.7z/file
- added: 0xF1 opcode for ASUS BW-16D1HT 3.02

Only 1 sector is overread if combined offset is plus, so offset +588 or more has not supported yet.

Jackal wrote:

Did we cover everything then?

I don't know 3PLock.

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1. execute ASUS_ODD_FW_Changer_(Modified)
2-1. select DE_ASUS_BC-12D2HT_3.00.bin => Updating Failure #4.
2-2. ASUS-BC-12D2HT-3.01-WM00900-211711151926 => Updating Failure #4.
2-3. select DE_ASUS_BW-16D1HT_3.01.bin => Updating Failure #5.
2-4. select DE_ASUS_BW-16D1HT_3.02.bin => Updating Failure #5.

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Jackal wrote:

Can you tell us how the descrambling works again? I mean, for mastering errors, what are the criteria to descramble?

1. Sector needs to be the data [Ctrl byte of subQ is 4 or 6]
2. Sync needs to be valid [00 FF FF FF FF FF FF FF FF FF FF 00]
3-1. If mode is 0x60, 2336 bytes need to be zero.
3-2. If mode is 0x61 and reserved area (from 0x814 to 0x81b) is reversed (all zero), it's descrambled.
3-3. If mode is reversed (0x00 or 0x01 or 0x02), it's descrambled.
3-4. If mode is unknown and msf is reversed and reserved area isn't all zero, it's not descrambled.
3-5. If mode is unknown and msf isn't reversed and reserved area is all zero, it's descrambled.
3-6. If mode is unknown and msf isn't reversed and reserved area is invalid, it's not descrambled.

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Jackal wrote:

Is that scrambled or unscrambled?

scrambled.

Uploaded: http://www.mediafire.com/file/eq80y20l9 … st.7z/file

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Siedler III, Die - Das Geheimnis der Amazonen (Germany)

========== LBA[339222, 0x52d16]: Main Channel ==========
       +0 +1 +2 +3 +4 +5 +6 +7  +8 +9 +A +B +C +D +E +F
0000 : 00 FF 00 FF 00 FF 00 FF  00 FF 00 FF 00 FF 00 FF   ................
0010 : A1 2D 9D 21 73 A3 4C 44  31 F6 87 EE 6E 6B E8 85   .-.!s.LD1...nk..
0020 : 30 65 FE 2B 55 00 1F BC  CB C5 45 61 5A 15 B7 93   0e.+U.....EaZ...
0030 : FB 91 30 70 CD 01 7B D2  DE 22 04 EE 48 2E B3 0B   ..0p..{.."..H...
0040 : F0 29 68 DE A2 62 63 24  B5 93 3F F3 EA 8E BA 72   .)h..bc$..?....r
0050 : D8 14 0E 03 66 D1 FB 79  49 BA 52 44 78 01 60 2C   ....f..yI.RDx.`,
0060 : BE A0 64 3B B3 B5 54 2E  E5 81 2C E5 7B A5 39 24   ..d;..T...,.{.9$
0070 : C2 E7 9A 40 D9 22 93 E3  CC BF D5 A9 A5 05 88 D0   ...@."..........
0080 : D2 34 61 66 34 E7 5C B6  01 52 72 20 40 C9 BA B0   .4af4.\..Rr @...
0090 : 08 CC D7 A1 32 BB 4C 6A  07 44 86 95 5B 6A EE 82   ....2.Lj.D..[j..
00A0 : 06 4D 7F 6D 25 A5 FD AA  CB 18 87 6D 2E 08 23 C7   .M.m%......m..#.
00B0 : 7A 29 09 73 24 DF BC 78  AC 9F 49 AF 28 11 0C 85   z).s$..x..I.(...
00C0 : FE 8D 68 5F AD 2F 58 95  69 0B AD 1D AD 33 B4 58   ..h_./X.i....3.X
00D0 : DE D4 BF FE 57 EC 7A 19  F3 B5 C3 91 D9 BD EE A0   ....W.z.........
00E0 : 2A 93 B3 EF E9 E3 52 07  43 B2 BA 0C 66 AD 85 B0   *.....R.C...f...
00F0 : ED 2E 20 34 24 F5 20 2E  A1 30 33 84 2B A0 D6 46   .. 4$. ..03.+..F
0100 : CC AF CB FE EF DD 75 AF  63 1D 4D ED AF EE 2D 7D   ......u.c.M...-}
0110 : F2 ED 77 13 EB B3 D3 CF  77 80 67 22 65 4B 42 36   ..w.....w.g"eKB6
0120 : 20 BC 6B EA E9 F6 C5 06  93 0F AB 99 1E 49 E3 B1    .k..........I..
0130 : 80 19 DE DC 26 13 1A 35  B9 1D 19 CE 1F 21 56 1E   ....&..5.....!V.
0140 : F9 39 57 9C 89 10 CF CB  26 D9 03 6D 90 93 40 78   .9W.....&..m..@x
0150 : E7 5D 61 B8 55 3B E5 D9  7F 8E 6F E0 EF D9 2C 55   .]a.U;....o...,U
0160 : 6A 6F D8 E9 9C B3 0F C7  65 82 0A 52 AA DE D0 CE   jo......e..R....
0170 : C8 92 0D 99 1A 05 38 EE  D3 58 65 B1 B9 C7 AA 00   ......8..Xe.....
0180 : 6E A8 D3 8F F4 BF CF FB  0D 4B 3C FF 11 F5 31 92   n........K<...1.
0190 : 14 93 A1 FF FA 13 18 6B  AC 93 AF 14 4D 74 26 D7   .......k....Mt&.
01A0 : D8 B4 40 42 5D 31 56 1D  50 08 4E B7 E5 3A 17 AC   ..@B]1V.P.N..:..
01B0 : 02 6E E2 53 54 3E 55 A7  98 5B 28 45 FE B3 6D 0C   .n.ST>U..[(E..m.
01C0 : 35 40 38 B6 35 DC D8 AA  A8 0E 14 F6 D1 23 8B 06   5@8.5........#..
01D0 : 59 4B 3F DD 6E 91 56 24  01 CA EE 19 AF 6C BD AF   YK?.n.V$.....l..
01E0 : 85 F1 2E 2B AE BF 4C 94  3F 18 C9 84 87 9A 0C 50   ...+..L.?......P
01F0 : 54 32 EA 4F ED 6C E3 BD  62 D3 D0 1A 2E C5 B8 80   T2.O.l..b.......
0200 : C8 E0 5C 13 ED F9 E4 30  F5 75 08 35 15 AE E4 7E   ..\....0.u.5...~
0210 : E2 13 D3 73 84 B5 2C F3  E1 D6 47 F3 A0 94 9D 81   ...s..,...G.....
0220 : CD 6F 80 CC 01 05 FA 6E  B2 B2 E3 7C 6A 7E 6F 65   .o.....n...|j~oe
0230 : FA 2B A4 11 73 6C AD 4E  8D BA AA 73 85 0C F2 56   .+..sl.N...s...V
0240 : C9 77 FA 7F 62 98 44 45  BC CF 4E 83 21 92 39 D3   .w..b.DE..N.!.9.
0250 : E9 8A 86 FE 80 CD 24 89  DA F6 8F 18 15 D3 E1 16   ......$.........
0260 : 3F 81 70 8D 6C AB ED 72  A6 30 27 5D 9E 23 DC 3D   ?.p.l..r.0'].#.=
0270 : 5E A6 C8 3E 10 D4 55 18  BE 84 3E 3C 21 4D 75 53   ^..>..U...><!MuS
0280 : 0F 83 3B FF F6 0C 3B 51  5F D4 4E 2D 28 FF 98 2E   ..;...;Q_.N-(...
0290 : 7E 4C BC 31 6A 46 9C 2E  AC C3 C1 15 2E EA 3A F9   ~L.1jF........:.
02A0 : EF EC E4 D2 93 E7 F5 F3  0F 73 31 E9 ED E0 DC E5   .........s1.....
02B0 : AA E2 43 41 23 92 89 2C  F0 6E 91 5E B5 93 E4 77   ..CA#..,.n.^...w
02C0 : 21 66 49 6E 15 DA 5A 39  CB FF 1C 77 10 6D B0 BA   !fIn..Z9...w.m..
02D0 : 3D BA 72 BC 9C 17 D3 A3  26 D4 32 0F 80 16 8E BB   =.r.....&.2.....
02E0 : 11 CC 99 84 0B 16 BC B1  BE B4 62 DC 0F 57 31 A1   ..........b..W1.
02F0 : BE 75 E4 FE 53 DB 7D E4  0B D7 72 BA 80 E6 EB FD   .u..S.}...r.....
0300 : 04 F9 A3 8B 91 94 CF 4D  3B E2 07 FF 06 E7 40 FF   .......M;.....@.
0310 : 4A 7D C1 FF 33 5D C4 F6  D9 49 19 1D 94 D1 68 FF   J}..3]...I....h.
0320 : 81 2F 87 FF 8F FE AE FE  E8 83 19 FF 5C 7F 7D FF   ./..........\.}.
0330 : BA AD 43 09 72 17 2E 26  CE DE 1B 8D EB E7 E1 ED   ..C.r..&........
0340 : D7 53 11 FF 9F EF 13 BD  3C 03 94 63 9D FF 6D FF   .S......<..c..m.
0350 : BB 09 ED FF BB 6F 3A FF  42 85 FC FE 57 AD B3 FF   .....o:.B...W...
0360 : 92 79 9E FF 5D FF E8 AE  6E 6E F8 FF 7B 53 6F FE   .y..]...nn..{So.
0370 : 07 29 EF FF AB F9 3F 31  71 32 24 FF E0 13 CA 1B   .)....?1q2$.....
0380 : C6 95 62 FF AB 69 23 F9  2D 71 3C A0 EF D7 2F 05   ..b..i#.-q<.../.
0390 : 9F 31 D1 FF 26 F9 E9 F9  B0 0E C6 FF AA FF 7D 53   .1..&.........}S
03A0 : C7 92 63 0B A1 FF 1D 86  3F C0 E8 FF DA 3E 11 F7   ..c.....?....>..
03B0 : 67 B9 BB FF 2D B5 C8 D7  E5 FF 6D 53 68 FF 87 D6   g...-.....mSh...
03C0 : 78 D4 74 F7 AB FD BA FB  0A 04 9A FF 67 FE FC FD   x.t.........g...
03D0 : 84 7B 51 04 5B 0D 5E 76  C9 0D FD FF C4 BF AF FB   .{Q.[.^v........
03E0 : 0E 1C 21 6B 8F 7F ED 7E  39 77 6F 55 02 7F F3 7D   ..!k...~9woU...}
03F0 : 6F F1 AB FE A1 DD 93 BA  AA D6 C4 FF 66 FF 3E C5   o...........f.>.
0400 : 93 F7 D4 FF F4 0C A2 0D  DB D8 CA FF 47 3B B8 A3   ............G;..
0410 : 28 FF 7D FF 29 C4 D9 F3  D9 19 68 FF 27 3D 11 EF   (.}.).....h.'=..
0420 : 7B D9 20 49 EA EB BE FF  4E 39 6F FF 68 D7 C4 2E   {. I....N9o.h...
0430 : 01 2A A0 FF 9E FF 3F 77  2C E7 CB FE 8A 17 D1 A3   .*....?w,.......
0440 : 30 0C B7 FF 56 4B 06 31  F8 FF 63 A8 39 2B 0B 16   0...VK.1..c.9+..
0450 : 61 C0 7A FE 04 AE A6 EC  4F E7 67 3F 7D 0F AB FD   a.z.....O.g?}...
0460 : 27 91 7C FF 67 C4 48 BF  28 E6 80 FF BC 65 02 66   '.|.g.H.(....e.f
0470 : 79 E1 2C FF 8C FF 27 0F  52 22 72 FB 20 A3 24 8F   y.,...'.R"r. .$.
0480 : 59 35 65 4A FA BF 87 E3  61 1E BD FF 41 F9 C4 C9   Y5eJ....a...A...
0490 : 81 99 27 3C 3A 57 50 0B  79 29 C3 FF E0 3F DC EF   ..'<:WP.y)...?..
04A0 : 76 1B 3C 03 E4 BB 3F A7  BE 85 5F 95 36 1F C1 FD   v.<...?..._.6...
04B0 : 0B D8 16 E4 2E 7D C6 FF  07 6C 24 DB 87 7F A1 F5   .....}...l$.....
04C0 : BC CF 1A FF BE 3F 87 DF  CC 11 59 69 47 FE DA D8   .....?....YiG...
04D0 : D4 1B 44 FF CD EF D6 FD  EE FF BF FF AE FF 25 5D   ..D...........%]
04E0 : C5 31 10 FF 61 5A 12 57  98 F6 35 FF E1 E3 01 E9   .1..aZ.W..5.....
04F0 : 68 21 54 47 15 7F 62 CB  99 7B A0 FE DC B5 C7 6E   h!TG..b..{.....n
0500 : 32 9B CE FF C8 F5 23 FF  9A 8B AD E4 A4 78 21 20   2.....#......x! 
0510 : 59 74 A2 57 2C 08 E4 41  F3 70 04 12 77 BB 8B 93   Yt.W,..A.p..w...
0520 : 9F F4 EB A0 43 B5 F8 D5  02 08 29 CC B6 92 64 65   ....C.....)...de
0530 : 93 EC 66 BE F3 55 E1 44  CA 35 F7 08 35 9F A9 8A   ..f..U.D.5..5...
0540 : 99 94 98 BC E1 E8 F3 76  A3 4A 26 97 2C 38 8C C7   .......v.J&.,8..
0550 : B2 8C A4 78 74 61 02 7C  51 21 A7 08 32 00 00 7E   ...xta.|Q!..2..~
0560 : 0B FC 52 55 3A D7 03 48  D9 FF 0A 31 33 A3 37 32   ..RU:..H...13.72
0570 : A8 15 79 13 36 4D 44 46  C9 26 4F 14 56 0A 43 BB   ..y.6MDF.&O.V.C.
0580 : F6 7F 66 71 CF C0 2A F5  F9 B1 F0 19 B7 9C 0E AE   ..fq..*.........
0590 : AE 98 49 1B 32 3D A9 B8  7A 67 D6 BB 07 C4 EF C4   ..I.2=..zg......
05A0 : 07 A5 77 31 0C E8 BC 16  6E 2B 00 22 35 92 B8 06   ..w1....n+."5...
05B0 : 22 49 74 E8 C6 3F CF D7  4E 53 0A AA A6 73 46 3A   "It..?..NS...sF:
05C0 : C6 2C FE 56 28 33 73 0F  44 17 91 F9 33 22 23 AF   .,.V(3s.D...3"#.
05D0 : 44 FA 19 01 CC 3C F1 6B  0F 90 A4 C8 DC 40 4C B6   D....<.k.....@L.
05E0 : 1F 42 3D 37 35 C7 B5 E9  D3 0D DE 8B 95 6B 6B FF   .B=75........kk.
05F0 : 99 A3 C4 01 12 7B 3B 19  8C E4 EF 51 6A A3 34 DD   .....{;....Qj.4.
0600 : 52 1B 88 2C A0 D8 64 BB  DC D5 B2 EB 6F 83 AC B9   R..,..d.....o...
0610 : 27 59 A4 42 A2 7E 5F B1  D4 18 2C 4F F9 EE FF 24   'Y.B.~_...,O...$
0620 : 62 94 36 8E 84 09 F9 51  1C 2B A9 1F 05 92 EB 85   b.6....Q.+......
0630 : 1E A7 B7 1B 9E 57 5F 48  79 EB 20 C4 84 7B 3E 92   .....W_Hy. ..{>.
0640 : BB A2 6B CB 33 42 AE A1  2D E9 DD 2B A5 AA 2D 0B   ..k.3B..-..+..-.
0650 : E6 89 27 E4 8C 6F F3 81  7D 46 AB 10 86 62 AA 34   ..'..o..}F...b.4
0660 : D8 AD 8D F8 3B 6C F1 7A  8F 87 61 9C 86 AE 0B 5C   ....;l.z..a....\
0670 : 11 3C 30 F6 E4 B1 C1 04  52 E7 12 83 AB B2 DD E1   .<0.....R.......
0680 : 7F 48 E4 B3 A2 12 8A 46  ED 3E F1 6E 47 69 7E FB   .H.....F.>.nGi~.
0690 : 08 54 24 AB BB A0 CB B8  FD BF F1 6D 25 15 71 6D   .T$........m%.qm
06A0 : 51 CD BC 52 97 6E 7E C8  43 0D 7F 77 7B BB 0A CB   Q..R.n~.C..w{...
06B0 : A4 72 A1 55 35 2E 53 E5  7F 2B 09 41 A8 21 E6 75   .r.U5.S..+.A.!.u
06C0 : C5 CF AE DB E6 29 15 6E  27 9B D6 B9 18 14 CA 85   .....).n'.......
06D0 : 9C B6 17 51 80 67 EC 54  0F F3 86 DF 05 20 9B AD   ...Q.g.T..... ..
06E0 : DB F1 28 FF 0F 58 35 05  F3 BE 19 C1 23 76 62 D8   ..(..X5.....#vb.
06F0 : 53 14 C5 F4 97 B1 6F 4E  23 BF 74 1A 17 01 E2 83   S.....oN#.t.....
0700 : 45 C5 4E 61 F7 04 01 10  9A AB 8C D7 7F 17 13 9D   E.Na............
0710 : 26 3D FD 98 9D AD 29 F2  39 CA 48 DF BE 09 C5 A7   &=....).9.H.....
0720 : 7D FC 99 1F 70 4F E0 9D  2B 0A 9F 0D B0 7F F5 06   }...pO..+.......
0730 : 64 A7 CD DB B7 A6 14 2D  FC B2 18 CD BC 03 4A 10   d......-......J.
0740 : FD 6E C4 C8 C3 F6 F2 B3  8F 23 85 16 87 93 1D EF   .n.......#......
0750 : DD 95 D8 42 11 91 E2 64  0A 8B 44 54 6E 7E DF AB   ...B...d..DTn~..
0760 : 47 5C C0 4E 18 28 0F C2  E5 C8 CE 4E FF 28 05 2A   G\.N.(.....N.(.*
0770 : 3D 80 5F 3E BF 4A C7 19  5C 45 4D E0 49 E9 74 04   =._>.J..\EM.I.t.
0780 : 60 99 E1 08 D1 3D 04 6C  E8 82 FF E3 07 B8 C8 C6   `....=.l........
0790 : B0 A5 18 0E 65 2C A0 B0  30 94 15 75 84 04 9E 76   ....e,..0..u...v
07A0 : C9 26 23 50 AF 8C EB 18  38 9A 5A FF 16 1D 74 AA   .&#P....8.Z...t.
07B0 : 42 F4 D9 CC 35 A4 C1 AA  67 76 9E C0 C4 4F 09 CF   B...5...gv...O..
07C0 : 78 E0 F2 7C 5A 63 DC D3  58 5F ED BF 76 D0 91 5A   x..|Zc..X_..v..Z
07D0 : EA 31 49 BB 5F 86 05 68  D7 D0 8C 50 0E 71 93 86   .1I._..h...P.q..
07E0 : B1 62 7B E4 15 AF 2A 08  EF 26 87 B7 E8 BC 5D 33   .b{...*..&....]3
07F0 : 1A DD CD D7 35 EF 27 2A  19 0B 29 7F 16 B9 7E 94   ....5.'*..)...~.
0800 : F8 80 29 E1 27 73 4F 83  35 B8 E5 71 95 B5 AC 82   ..).'sO.5..q....
0810 : FF 00 FF 00 FF 00 FF 00  FF 00 FF 00 FF 00 FF 00   ................
0820 : FF 00 FF 00 FF 00 FF 00  FF 00 FF 00 FF 00 FF 00   ................
0830 : FF 00 FF 00 FF 00 FF 00  FF 00 FF 00 FF 00 FF 00   ................
0840 : FF 00 FF 00 FF 00 FF 00  FF 00 FF 00 FF 00 FF 00   ................
0850 : FF 00 FF 00 FF 00 FF 00  FF 00 FF 00 FF 00 FF 00   ................
0860 : FF 00 FF 00 FF 00 FF 00  FF 00 FF 00 FF 00 FF 00   ................
0870 : FF 00 FF 00 FF 00 FF 00  FF 00 FF 00 FF 00 FF 00   ................
0880 : FF 00 FF 00 FF 00 FF 00  FF 00 FF 00 FF 00 FF 00   ................
0890 : FF 00 FF 00 FF 00 FF 00  FF 00 FF 00 FF 00 FF 00   ................
08A0 : FF 00 FF 00 FF 00 FF 00  FF 00 FF 00 FF 00 FF 00   ................
08B0 : FF 00 FF 00 FF 00 FF 00  FF 00 FF 00 FF 00 FF 00   ................
08C0 : FF 00 FF 00 FF 00 FF 00  FF 00 FF 00 FF 00 FF 00   ................
08D0 : FF 00 FF 00 FF 00 FF 00  FF 00 FF 00 FF 00 FF 00   ................
08E0 : FF 00 FF 00 FF 00 FF 00  FF 00 FF 00 FF 00 FF 00   ................
08F0 : FF 00 FF 00 FF 00 FF 00  FF 00 FF 00 FF 00 FF 00   ................
0900 : FF 00 FF 00 FF 00 FF 00  FF 00 FF 00 FF 00 FF 00   ................
0910 : FF 00 FF 00 FF 00 FF 00  FF 00 FF 00 FF 00 FF 00   ................
0920 : FF 00 FF 00 FF 00 FF 00  FF 00 FF 00 FF 00 FF 00   ................

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Jackal wrote:
sarami wrote:

How should I do about this?

I guess the only reason for these manual fixes was to get a "proper" sync/msf/mode to fill it with 0x55?
So if these sectors are no longer replaced with 0x55, the code is obsolete and can be removed?

And are unreadable sectors (e.g. ring protection) replaced with 0x00, not 0x55?

They are still 0x55 when inside a data track (they normally have C2 errors)

OK. And I have another question.
The sector of VOB protection with "00 FF 00 FF 00 FF 00 FF  00 FF 00 FF 00 FF 00 FF" should be handled as data sector to be descrambled?

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Jackal wrote:

we decided that only protection sectors with C2 errors should be replaced with 0x55 (and a proper sync/header with the same mode as the track).

Good. I'd waited this.

Jackal wrote:

SafeDisc dumps are unaffected, but some other protections (mainly SmartE, CD.IDX, VOB ProtectCD, 3PLock) will need to be rechecked/redumped.

Codelock and Unlicensed PS2 disc (DATEL) have several intentional C2 errors like SafeDisc.

SmartE has the duplicated MSF. DIC is fixing manually like this.

LBA[000979, 0x003d3]: Track[01]: Original AMSF[00:15:03] -> Fixed AMSF[00:15:04]
LBA[000980, 0x003d4]: Track[01]: Original AMSF[00:15:03] -> Fixed AMSF[00:15:05]
LBA[000981, 0x003d5]: Track[01]: Original AMSF[00:15:03] -> Fixed AMSF[00:15:06]
LBA[000982, 0x003d6]: Track[01]: Original AMSF[00:15:03] -> Fixed AMSF[00:15:07]
LBA[000983, 0x003d7]: Track[01]: Original AMSF[00:15:03] -> Fixed AMSF[00:15:08]
LBA[000984, 0x003d8]: Track[01]: Original AMSF[00:15:03] -> Fixed AMSF[00:15:09]
LBA[000985, 0x003d9]: Track[01]: Original AMSF[00:15:03] -> Fixed AMSF[00:15:10]
LBA[000986, 0x003da]: Track[01]: Original AMSF[00:15:03] -> Fixed AMSF[00:15:11]
LBA[000987, 0x003db]: Track[01]: Original AMSF[00:15:03] -> Fixed AMSF[00:15:12]
LBA[000988, 0x003dc]: Track[01]: Original AMSF[00:15:03] -> Fixed AMSF[00:15:13]

How should I do about this?

VOB ProtectCD has invalid sync/msf/mode. DIC is fixing manually like this.

LBA[339222, 0x52d16]: Track[15]: Original reserved byte[0xff00ff00ff00ff00] -> Fixed reserved byte[0x486436ab56ff7ec0]
LBA[339222, 0x52d16]: Track[15]: Original Mode[0xff] -> Fixed Mode[0x61]
LBA[339222, 0x52d16]: Track[15]: This sector is data, but sync is invalid, so the header is generated
========== LBA[339222, 0x52d16]: Main Channel ==========
       +0 +1 +2 +3 +4 +5 +6 +7  +8 +9 +A +B +C +D +E +F
0000 : 00 FF 00 FF 00 FF 00 FF  00 FF 00 FF 00 FF 00 61   ...............a
========== LBA[339222, 0x52d16]: Main Channel ==========
       +0 +1 +2 +3 +4 +5 +6 +7  +8 +9 +A +B +C +D +E +F
0000 : 00 FF FF FF FF FF FF FF  FF FF FF 00 74 A4 72 61   ............t.ra

How should I do about this?

And are unreadable sectors (e.g. ring protection) replaced with 0x00, not 0x55?

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(2,154 replies, posted in General discussion)

My drive is BC-12D2HT (FW:3.11). Do you know how to downglade the FW?

RibShark wrote:

it would enable dumping for a lot more people who lack Plextors!

F1ReB4LL have already established swapping method for no-plextor users.
See wiki https://github.com/saramibreak/DiscImageCreator/wiki [Dumping Guide for CD with swap]

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I tried it.
1. Read LBA 0 of a disc with BEh and cdda flag on ASUS Blu-Ray drive. My drive support BEh scrambled reading.
2. Set and send command {0xf1, 0x06, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0, 0x0b, 00}
3. Returned error [Key-Asc-Ascq: 05-24-00 = ILLEGAL_REQUEST - INVALID FIELD IN CDB]

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(2,154 replies, posted in General discussion)

RibShark wrote:

It is possible to read into the lead-out (~13 sectors or so) on the same Blu-Ray Drives that support BEh (READ CD) with the CD-DA flag by using the vendor command to read into the cache. The command is as follows:

Which vendor supports this command? Where did you get this info? Is there a specification like ecma, t10.org etc?

reentrant wrote:

And what would happen when you find it?

It doesn't look on these patterns as c2 errors.

Nexy wrote:

These are not mastering errors that I want to skip, they are perfectly valid sectors.

Yes, but your disc is single data track. There is no merit to use DIC.

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(2,154 replies, posted in General discussion)

Uploaded http://www.mediafire.com/file/eq80y20l9 … st.7z/file
I've not tested.
- added: search "F0 F0 F0 00 00 00 0F 0F 0F 0F" of C2

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(2,154 replies, posted in General discussion)

reentrant wrote:

I have few hundred discs with -153 offset that report C2 error on Plextors.

Is it same reason as Club Saturn (http://forum.redump.org/topic/19436/add … ub-saturn/) ?

F1ReB4LL wrote:

Plex and non-plex dumps are different in 1 byte, 0x00 in Plex dump (with error), 0x01 in non-plex dump (no error).

Which result did he adopt?

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(8 replies, posted in New Dumps)

Yes, it affects subchannel only.