(6 replies, posted in Dumps)

Mr. iR0b0t, we're still waiting for this section.

a) Alcohol 120% or Daemon Tools => assign the image extension to auto-mount action => simply "run" the iso/mds/whatever.


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https://segaretro.org/images/9/9e/EveLO … _Disc4.jpg -- [TAB] before "1M3", but a single space before and after "C".
https://segaretro.org/images/5/52/Shang … P_Disc.jpg -- another interesting example with the unusual "IFPI L221" instead of 223.


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I don't think that's possible, single spaces are very rare there.
https://segaretro.org/images/9/9a/Snatc … P_Disc.jpg -- around 3 spaces between, for example, "C" and "63" => TAB should be used.


(8 replies, posted in Dumps)

Better to recheck the IFPI L223 ones: sometimes, there are single spaces instead of TABs.


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Please, use [TAB] instead of single spaces, when there are 2 or more consecutive spaces.

Also, the mastering company logo/name usually goes AFTER the main ringcode (with some rare exceptions, like, https://segaretro.org/images/f/f6/Theme … U_disc.jpg).


(5 replies, posted in Fixes & additions)

http://forum.redump.org/post/57534/#p57534 -- any chance for your answer?


(3 replies, posted in Dumps)

All of them are multi-regional, though, there's a chance that a certain version/revision was released only in 1 region.

Jackal is a mod, has dumped 2 different copies of Myst (hence the 2 mould IFPI codes) and added them into the db by himself as green. Mods don't have rights to 'greenlight' the ringcodes and cuesheets (iR0b0t is the webmaster, I don't know, why not).

"IFPI L002" should be written on the laser-burned ringcode part, most likely, with the smaller symbols.

Looks OK so far. Please, don't submit the verifications via the New Disc form next time. Deleting the occasionally added dupes makes entry 'holes' in db, that's not good at all.

Faulty RAM also possible.

lol, yeah. ⁝ - 3 dots, ⁞ - 4 dots, ⸽ - 6 dots (a special font is needed), but nothing for 5 dots.

Coverdiscs are meant to be compilations of games/demos/whatever. A single game can't be a coverdisc, even if it was bundled with some magazine.


(1 replies, posted in Guests & account requests)

Welcome, please obtain your password here.

(also check the spam folder in case there will be no message in your inbox)

https://segaretro.org/images/5/5f/StarW … _title.png -- this one is tricky, the company name merges with the title.

retaliator wrote:

Maybe I should recheck all other discs if they are also correct. Should I scan the front and the back to verify the naming and the ringcodes?

Would be a lot of work, but that'll be okay if it helps to preserve the correct data. smile

Well, it is surely better to have the proper & verified titles and ringcodes smile

http://redump.org/discs/quicksearch/ami … ystem/acd/ -- a few questions about possible typos:

"Amiga Magazin CD 4-5/2004" (hyphen, then slash) vs "Amiga Magazin CD 4/5 2002" (slash, then hyphen) - is it correct or should be fixed?

"Amiga Magazin Amiga Magazin CD 12/98 1/99, CD 12/1999 1/2000, 12/2000 1/2000, 12/2001 1/2002, 12/2002 1/2003, 12/2003 1/2004, 12/2004 1/2005" (no hyphen) vs "Amiga Magazin CD 11/2006-1/2007" and many others (w/hyphen) - correct or should be fixed?

No, we need to switch to cue+tracks first, then there would be a point to ask to add such dumps into emus. Our gdis are simply wrong/broken/incorrect.


iR0b0t wrote:

@diego-rbb-93 what is he looking for, roms? If he is aware that here are no roms and he still wants an account, let me know, please.

I think he wants to post his verifications (a little too passionately).

Escorchón wrote:

Hace tiempo estoy pensando comenzar la "caza" de los Gran Turismo, BioHazard & Silent Hill en NTSC-J... pero sería agotador (mejor viajar a Japón y adquirirlos todos de una vez, jiji).

GT is cheap - https://www.ebay.com/itm/183054495212?rmvSB=true https://www.ebay.com/itm/173139629606?rmvSB=true
BH and SH are slightly more expensive, but are more than affordable.


(5 replies, posted in General discussion)

diego-rbb-93 wrote:

And then, what we obtain and how me must upload it to Redump profile?

http://forum.redump.org/topic/16957/xbox360-verify/ - example.


(5 replies, posted in General discussion)

Either a Kreon drive (PC drive with a special firmware) or a 0800 drive (XBOX 360 drive flashed with a special firmware and connected to the PC).

Wiki missing list has 10, but those are the ones that are known and "googleable". I'd assume there are at least 11 SLPM-885xx ones, at least 4 SLKA ones and probably a few PxPX ones. That gives us 16+ titles, at least.

Mega CD has around 15-20 Korean titles (though, those are Jap CDs with Korean covers, just like Korean carts for MD with Jap PCBs inside), Saturn has 20 Korean titles, 3DO should have around the same (maybe a little more).

user7 wrote:

I think it is like Russia or South Korea for PSX, not enough money to make from the market at the time for localization.

There are enough Korean releases, but they aren't widely known and are quite rare.