1

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Rejoyce...

after a month of attempts, finally got a good dump out of this disc.

Dcdlog:

---
 DCdumper.exe DCdumper.exe e: -c446261 -df -ft -t0 -p20 

Handle acquired.
Load disc: Done.
Sector map created.

..................:::::::::::::::: PASS 1 ::::::::::::::::..................
Reading section 1: 044990-055278 - Initial dump.
Reading section 2: 055279-065567 - Initial dump.
Reading section 3: 065568-075856 - Initial dump.
Reading section 4: 075857-086145 - Initial dump.
Reading section 5: 086146-096434 - Initial dump.
Reading section 6: 096435-106723 - Initial dump.
Reading section 7: 106724-117012 - Initial dump.
Reading section 8: 117013-127301 - Initial dump.
Reading section 9: 127302-137590 - Initial dump.
Reading section 10: 137591-147879 - Initial dump.
Reading section 11: 147880-158168 - Initial dump.
Reading section 12: 158169-168457 - Initial dump.
Reading section 13: 168458-178746 - Initial dump.
Reading section 14: 178747-189035 - Initial dump.
Reading section 15: 189036-199324 - Initial dump.
Reading section 16: 199325-209613 - Initial dump.
Reading section 17: 209614-219902 - Initial dump.
Reading section 18: 219903-230191 - Initial dump.
Reading section 19: 230192-240480 - Initial dump.
Reading section 20: 240481-250769 - Initial dump.
Reading section 21: 250770-261058 - Initial dump.
Reading section 22: 261059-271347 - Initial dump.
Reading section 23: 271348-281636 - Initial dump.
Reading section 24: 281637-291925 - Initial dump.
Reading section 25: 291926-302214 - Initial dump.
Reading section 26: 302215-312503 - Initial dump.
Reading section 27: 312504-322792 - Initial dump.
Reading section 28: 322793-333081 - Initial dump.
Reading section 29: 333082-343370 - Initial dump.
Reading section 30: 343371-353659 - Initial dump.
Reading section 31: 353660-363948 - Initial dump.
Reading section 32: 363949-374237 - Initial dump.
Reading section 33: 374238-384526 - Initial dump.
Reading section 34: 384527-394815 - Initial dump.
Reading section 35: 394816-405104 - Initial dump.
Reading section 36: 405105-415393 - Initial dump.
Reading section 37: 415394-425682 - Initial dump.
Reading section 38: 425683-435971 - Initial dump.
Reading section 39: 435972-446260 - Initial dump.
Reading section 40: 446261-549150 - Initial dump.

..................:::::::::::::::: PASS 2 ::::::::::::::::..................
Reading section 1: 044990-055278 - Non-Match.
Reading section 2: 055279-065567 - MATCH: 7f9eb30c87b451e60ae0455b4f3e9ee0
Reading section 3: 065568-075856 - MATCH: e4c5f9cda490d73c9c54c4d069f11f22
Reading section 4: 075857-086145 - MATCH: 7f6d37e12e3258d5b7f69c083670d515
Reading section 5: 086146-096434 - MATCH: 2d73b9da5e703bfe5f906cc52e81cbfd
Reading section 6: 096435-106723 - MATCH: d68b746c0d0b6a78f1c352f9220101b1
Reading section 7: 106724-117012 - MATCH: aba393cb18851e712a7614bd7a602de5
Reading section 8: 117013-127301 - MATCH: ecaa75aa56d8c5670de5c9ef13983987
Reading section 9: 127302-137590 - MATCH: 075eecb10d0099143343cc770443053a
Reading section 10: 137591-147879 - MATCH: 249a3cc3db51a76e0378ff8bfb62b4cc
Reading section 11: 147880-158168 - MATCH: a715d613807033cf0166c0f25b4f033b
Reading section 12: 158169-168457 - MATCH: 21a3c744f78e8c9075685bb4ce3b6b72
Reading section 13: 168458-178746 - MATCH: 9409375912f7a54bd6dd8c689d729ea3
Reading section 14: 178747-189035 - MATCH: 22b536fcf0d9558718582400325dd55b
Reading section 15: 189036-199324 - MATCH: 8a9720537a2df9eee0e486b181eeb045
Reading section 16: 199325-209613 - MATCH: 5f317dd2fac8de8dedb972802cc73613
Reading section 17: 209614-219902 - MATCH: 907a0e45def9986f7f9ced891ebd4d7d
Reading section 18: 219903-230191 - MATCH: ea62127bd836336d3873af5c1b5f0357
Reading section 19: 230192-240480 - MATCH: a38bbc801b8f0577b019ff2017465c0b
Reading section 20: 240481-250769 - MATCH: 72690274d48553cd004a86ec2832f809
Reading section 21: 250770-261058 - MATCH: a80bb738f1ab51891fc8fa5c242daba6
Reading section 22: 261059-271347 - MATCH: 5eb49206ecde99b78885939b08897b89
Reading section 23: 271348-281636 - MATCH: 8d3178c1cd7bcba2cebe7fbeb86cdb15
Reading section 24: 281637-291925 - MATCH: 274b59636d89cd401a600f07c2a7dca8
Reading section 25: 291926-302214 - MATCH: dd6e9a73ca593a00079436e90444c170
Reading section 26: 302215-312503 - MATCH: 5b740096fb0ce04f3134b2aa3c6ed3fc
Reading section 27: 312504-322792 - MATCH: 3a264dfb1396df52f8aa3671d1180030
Reading section 28: 322793-333081 - MATCH: cc3fd94f7443a25d07330d1070bc82aa
Reading section 29: 333082-343370 - MATCH: 44e2a6630efc6972788c257a4f87bdbf
Reading section 30: 343371-353659 - MATCH: e4f6ae7dcd0022eac7e17fee737db17c
Reading section 31: 353660-363948 - MATCH: 648c431b4acb9da3011b974c09da0c7d
Reading section 32: 363949-374237 - MATCH: 939ea4a21bcb32ca129cf9ffce7943a1
Reading section 33: 374238-384526 - MATCH: 1a5513ab49c9a9543ebb7d34a602a195
Reading section 34: 384527-394815 - MATCH: 88c2fe8f76c7383aa5d4c407b6e27a47
Reading section 35: 394816-405104 - MATCH: dc23c00dc530b73cc5216094ab48cd77
Reading section 36: 405105-415393 - MATCH: 9fe7ee0c9d1c79d9ea0f278a7041f720
Reading section 37: 415394-425682 - MATCH: 6e39a2954def558c6557e68019cca2f8
Reading section 38: 425683-435971 - MATCH: 4a146fbe91a57825811fcca70409f89f
Reading section 39: 435972-446260 - MATCH: fce4ba44512b98705e18d48f080a86e4
Reading section 40: 446261-549150 - Non-Match.

..................:::::::::::::::: PASS 3 ::::::::::::::::..................
Reading section 1: 044990-055278 - MATCH: 429d6cafc7f1a3542c55a58db23ff707
Reading section 40: 446261-549150 - Non-Match.

..................:::::::::::::::: PASS 4 ::::::::::::::::..................
Reading section 40: 446261-549150 - Non-Match.

..................:::::::::::::::: PASS 5 ::::::::::::::::..................
Reading section 40: 446261-549150 - Non-Match.

..................:::::::::::::::: PASS 6 ::::::::::::::::..................
Reading section 40: 446261-549150 - Non-Match.

..................:::::::::::::::: PASS 7 ::::::::::::::::..................
Reading section 40: 446261-549150 - Non-Match.

..................:::::::::::::::: PASS 8 ::::::::::::::::..................
Reading section 40: 446261-549150 - Non-Match.

..................:::::::::::::::: PASS 9 ::::::::::::::::..................
Reading section 40: 446261-549150 - Non-Match.

..................:::::::::::::::: PASS 10 ::::::::::::::::..................
Reading section 40: 446261-549150 - Non-Match.

..................:::::::::::::::: PASS 11 ::::::::::::::::..................
Reading section 40: 446261-549150 - Non-Match.

..................:::::::::::::::: PASS 12 ::::::::::::::::..................
Reading section 40: 446261-549150 - Non-Match.

..................:::::::::::::::: PASS 13 ::::::::::::::::..................
Reading section 40: 446261-549150 - Non-Match.

..................:::::::::::::::: PASS 14 ::::::::::::::::..................
Reading section 40: 446261-549150 - MATCH: 070c6113ed73681e453ee253d2cf0b72
Creating dense.bin: Done. Pass this to ice.exe

EccEdc.exe :

C:\Users\Wiggy2k\Desktop\Samba-PAL>ice.exe dense.bin 44990 > Samba.txt

C:\Users\Wiggy2k\Desktop\Samba-PAL>EccEdc.exe check "Track 03.bin"
FILE: Track 03.bin
[F:handleCheckOrFix][L:645] GetLastError: 2, The system cannot find the file spe
cified.

Track 03.sub
If sub file exists, this app can check the data sector precisely
Checking sectors (LBA) 504149/504149
User data vs. ecc/edc match all

ice.exe:

ice @20090609 / themabus@inbox.lv
---------------------------------
dense.bin
---------------------------------
Accessing                       : ok
Seeking 1st valid Mode1 sector  : ok
 LBA found                      : 44990
 @file offset                   : $0000004C
 Scrambled                      : TRUE
Seeking LBA 45000               : ok
 Combined offset (samples)      : 19
Parsing IP.BIN                  : ok
 Writting 'ip.txt'              : ok
Parsing TOC                     : ok
 TOC entries                    : 4
 Writting 'redump.cue'          : ok
---------------------------------
03  Mode1   45000  549149  504150 ok
---------------------------------
done

Correct Track3 hashes:

<rom name="Track 03.bin" size="1185760800" crc="a6967128" md5="de44343cc7fa1630bca875554447138e" sha1="268ca39488ec47cc985452f3e7d6898a519a1e2b" />

new HD area logs attached.

Verification of :
http://redump.org/disc/43808/

Logs attached.

Ringcode:

Mastering Code:CRM-9004<tab>1A2<tab>TO



Corrections / Additions:   
Barcode:  T4988 606 20359 8 (that's for the Jewel case, it's possible the Big outer box barcode is in a different format)

PVD:
0320 : 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00  00 00 00 00 00 31 39 38   .............198
0330 : 39 30 33 31 37 32 30 31  32 31 37 30 30 00 31 39   9031720121700.19
0340 : 38 39 30 33 31 37 32 30  31 39 31 34 30 30 00 30   89031720191400.0
0350 : 30 30 30 30 30 30 30 30  30 30 30 30 30 30 30 00   000000000000000.
0360 : 30 30 30 30 30 30 30 30  30 30 30 30 30 30 30 30   0000000000000000
0370 : 00 01 00 00 00 00 00 00  00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00   ................

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(1 replies, posted in New Dumps)

more (actually, probably less) info here:
https://www.discogs.com/Various-Volume- … e/10900204

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(1 replies, posted in New Dumps)

Logs attached.

Title: Volume (one)
System: Audio CD
Media Type: CD-ROM
Category: ?
Region: UK
Languages: English
Disc Serial: LSP 9856192
Ringcode Information:
    Mastering Code (laser branded/etched): DADC Austria<tab> A0100230331-0101<tab>32
    Mastering SID Code: IFPI L552
    Data-Side Mould SID Code: IFPI 94E7
    Toolstamp or Mastering Code (engraved/stamped): A4
Barcode: N/A
Error Count: 0  (the output from DICUI actually stated negative 1 errors but i have no idea what that was about)

Comments: red transparent 12cm disc with mini cd embedded. (see picture attached to see what I mean)

Contents:
Tracklist
1) Jimmy Ray - Daddy's Got A Gun    
2) The Young Offenders - That's Why We Lose Control (Stadium Stomp Mix)    
3) Geek - 3D Geek (Original)    
4) Bedlam - Ago Go    
5) The Montrose Avenue - Start Again

Version: N/A
Edition/Release: "Promo only, Not for resale"
Primary Volume Descriptor (PVD):

Disc has no PVD

DAT:

<rom name="Vol1 (Track 1).bin" size="37460304" crc="136aaa2a" md5="07e3dcdd93b721b898b6eb6d82f99e59" sha1="ad12fc34a1992dde5ffa4d1ae4beef4bd5f5895b" />
<rom name="Vol1 (Track 2).bin" size="29976240" crc="16c5241f" md5="4bd9186fb5e23f5956308d02f1ce89e6" sha1="88aacf522d3d74f674c5c01b3e5b43651c7b9938" />
<rom name="Vol1 (Track 3).bin" size="40183920" crc="1afb8ba9" md5="7a8498f4d42bcad2dfb63726ade2b554" sha1="4ed20b6fc667d7aa9c33dc3f37d86dcaa0b24322" />
<rom name="Vol1 (Track 4).bin" size="49034496" crc="57daed71" md5="501d0bbd65a7ba4e99fe4178e5257d98" sha1="0ba48b4d643402bd222428391edc67dea2db75a1" />
<rom name="Vol1 (Track 5).bin" size="29882160" crc="3ac7c62f" md5="fdf76a160b8fc675c369b5dcffc2b0ba" sha1="68e3d1cb5ee06438200ca9df6815f36db801cfae" />

Cuesheet:

CATALOG 0000000000000
FILE "Vol1 (Track 1).bin" BINARY
  TRACK 01 AUDIO
    INDEX 01 00:00:00
FILE "Vol1 (Track 2).bin" BINARY
  TRACK 02 AUDIO
    INDEX 01 00:00:00
FILE "Vol1 (Track 3).bin" BINARY
  TRACK 03 AUDIO
    INDEX 01 00:00:00
FILE "Vol1 (Track 4).bin" BINARY
  TRACK 04 AUDIO
    INDEX 01 00:00:00
FILE "Vol1 (Track 5).bin" BINARY
  TRACK 05 AUDIO
    INDEX 01 00:00:00

Write Offset: 0

http://redump.org/disc/62982/
Shinsetsu Yumemi Yakata: Tobira no Oku ni Dareka ga...

vs both

http://redump.org/disc/23658/   and  http://redump.org/disc/8552/
Shinsetsu Yumemi Yakata: Tobira no Oku ni Darekaga...

ask away. i might learn something too smile

Personally, all my dumps are all kept in their original bin format, Checked against the DAT,  renamed, tzipped and organized by RomVault.
Whilst tzip probably doesn't achieve the highest compression rate, it is certainly a lot faster than 7z or other methods.
A lot of emulators will allow you to open the zip directly too (although i don't know if that applies to current PSX emulators).

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I would agree, will look like this

https://img.discogs.com/QnKojr_I_p25JBv1Lb69W5aLZsU=/fit-in/600x327/filters:strip_icc():format(jpeg):mode_rgb():quality(90)/discogs-images/L-342146-1529256181-9743.jpeg.jpg


Also PDO are now notorious for their shitty manufacturing and a lot of their stuff is rotting.   if it turns out they manufactured a load of Amiga Discs, we might have to have a bit of a push on that front.

This one is for Ringedge 1

Ringedge 2 does have DVD-9 also yes.
eg:   http://forum.redump.org/topic/22621/rin … ker-japan/

Logs attached

Title: World Club Champion Football 2013-2014
System: Sega RingEdge
Media Type: DVD-ROM-9
Category: Games
Region: Japan
Languages: Japanese
Disc Serial: DVR-5042A
Ringcode Information:
    Outer Mastering Code (laser branded/etched): DVR-5042A/1 MT 561
    Inner Mastering Code (laser branded/etched): DVR-5042A/0 MT 561
    Outer Mastering SID Code: IFPI LT47
    Inner Mastering SID Code: IFPI LT47

Barcode: (OPTIONAL)
Comments: (OPTIONAL)
Contents: (OPTIONAL)
Version: (REQUIRED, IF EXISTS)
Edition/Release: Original (VERIFY THIS)
Layerbreak: 2084960
Primary Volume Descriptor (PVD):


DAT:

<rom name="football13-14.iso" size="6752370688" crc="8fafaefc" md5="f268e1fe912dfd82680a38a89389420c" sha1="5665947a8fb9afd05b0d5ce1e0178f03229815ae" />

Logs attached

Title: Border Break(No.2)

System: Sega RingEdge
Media Type: DVD-ROM-9
Category: Games
Region: Japan
Languages: Japanese
Disc Serial: CDV-35053
Ringcode Information:
    Outer Mastering Code (laser branded/etched):  CDV-35053/1 MT 562
    Inner Mastering Code (laser branded/etched): CDV-35053/0 MT 561
    Outer Mastering SID Code: IFPI L155
    Inner Mastering SID Code: IFPI L155
    Data-Side Mould SID Code: IFPI 44DC
Barcode: (OPTIONAL)
Comments: (OPTIONAL)
Contents: (OPTIONAL)
Version: (REQUIRED, IF EXISTS)
Edition/Release: Original (VERIFY THIS)
Layerbreak: 1364800
Primary Volume Descriptor (PVD):

0320 : 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20  20 20 20 20 20 30 30 30                000
0330 : 30 30 30 30 30 30 30 30  30 30 30 30 30 00 30 30   0000000000000.00
0340 : 30 30 30 30 30 30 30 30  30 30 30 30 30 30 00 30   00000000000000.0
0350 : 30 30 30 30 30 30 30 30  30 30 30 30 30 30 30 00   000000000000000.
0360 : 30 30 30 30 30 30 30 30  30 30 30 30 30 30 30 30   0000000000000000
0370 : 00 01 00 20 20 20 20 20  20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20   ...             

DAT:

<rom name="BB2.iso" size="5590220800" crc="4eecebf4" md5="69f55c757c92432a86108a71071f5950" sha1="ca9fe883a865c265f533aab9f811867f0fcb0d00" />

Logs attached

Title: Border Break(No.1)

System: Sega RingEdge
Media Type: DVD-ROM-9
Category: Games
Region: Japan
Languages: Japanese
Disc Serial: DVR-5053
Ringcode Information:
    Outer Mastering Code (laser branded/etched):  DVR-5053/1 MT 564
    Inner Mastering Code (laser branded/etched): DVR-5053/0 MT 561
    Outer Mastering SID Code: IFPI LT47
    Inner Mastering SID Code: IFPI LT47
    Data-Side Mould SID Code: IFPI 44DC
Barcode: (OPTIONAL)
Comments: (OPTIONAL)
Contents: (OPTIONAL)
Version: (REQUIRED, IF EXISTS)
Edition/Release: Original (VERIFY THIS)
Layerbreak: 2084960
Primary Volume Descriptor (PVD):


DAT:

<rom name="BB1.iso" size="8479768576" crc="d71c0bb5" md5="84ae0956bd085c2467bf77659d0d23eb" sha1="fe4d73f17ffaf44fa625d0aed3f9ad3696dd64ee" />

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attached.

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Title: Take Off SEGA

Disc Title: Sega Official Premium DVD: 2001-2001 New Software Lineup
System: DVD-Video
Media Type: DVD-ROM-5
Category: Multimedia
Region: Japan
Languages: Japanese (not checked)
Disc Serial:
Ringcode Information:
    Mastering Code (laser branded/etched): 8151070-C20 SEGA-TGS MADE IN TAIWAN
    Mastering SID Code: IFPI L604
    Label-Side Mould SID Code: IFPI IC58
    Data-Side Mould SID Code: IFPI IC55
Barcode: N/A: Not for resale
Comments:
Contents: (OPTIONAL)
Version:
Edition/Release: Not for sale / Promotional / original ? I dunno
Primary Volume Descriptor (PVD):

0320 : 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20  20 20 20 20 20 32 30 30                200
0330 : 31 30 39 31 39 31 39 30  33 31 36 30 30 24 30 30   1091919031600$00
0340 : 30 30 30 30 30 30 30 30  30 30 30 30 30 30 00 30   00000000000000.0
0350 : 30 30 30 30 30 30 30 30  30 30 30 30 30 30 30 00   000000000000000.
0360 : 30 30 30 30 30 30 30 30  30 30 30 30 30 30 30 30   0000000000000000
0370 : 00 01 00 00 00 00 00 00  00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00   ................

Copy Protection:

Region: 2
Copyright Protection System Type: CSS/CPPM
Encrypted Disc Key: 2F 10 E0 6C 57
Player Key: 01 AF E3 12 80
Decrypted Disc Key: 2E 90 FE F6 FE

DAT:

<rom name="SEGA.iso" size="1811228672" crc="27246e10" md5="40b0d4dd4d0e3ad0fee8783b4b8de1a7" sha1="975d3c1084dab512d52ce8f345cc7af633f3cba9" />

Logs:
attached

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Title: Code of Joker
System: Sega RingEdge 2
Media Type: DVD-ROM-9
Category: Games
Region: Japan
Languages: Japanese (can't check)
Disc Serial: DVR-5052C
Ringcode Information:
    Outer Mastering Code (laser branded/etched): DVR-5052C/1 MT 563
    Inner Mastering Code (laser branded/etched): DVR-5052C/0 MT 562<tab>R
    Outer Mastering SID Code:  IFPI LT47
    Inner Mastering SID Code:   IFPI LT47
    Label-Side Mould SID Code:
    Data-Side Mould SID Code:  IFPI 44DC

Barcode: (OPTIONAL)
Comments: The 'R' in the inner ring is stylized, presumably the R from the Ringedge 2 logo maybe? photo attached.
Contents: (OPTIONAL)
Version: (REQUIRED, IF EXISTS)
Edition/Release: Original (VERIFY THIS)
Layerbreak: 2084960
Primary Volume Descriptor (PVD):


DAT:

<rom name="CofJ.iso" size="7298547712" crc="a48b8f7a" md5="d0a26f0dc4533ca60411f7960010fc78" sha1="e0de5f59073565d8f34130ed0737c10ec6e5f2ec" />


Logs attached:

Title: Code of Joker (No.2)
Disc Number / Letter:
Disc Title:
System: Sega RingEdge 2
Media Type: DVD-ROM-5
Category: Games
Region: Japan
Languages: Japanese (no way to check)
Disc Serial: CDV-35052F
Ringcode Information:
    Mastering Code (laser branded/etched): CDV-35052F MT 761
    Mastering SID Code: IFPI L269
        Mould SID Code: IFPI 44CG

Edition/Release: Original
Primary Volume Descriptor (PVD):

0320 : 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20  20 20 20 20 20 30 30 30                000
0330 : 30 30 30 30 30 30 30 30  30 30 30 30 30 00 30 30   0000000000000.00
0340 : 30 30 30 30 30 30 30 30  30 30 30 30 30 30 00 30   00000000000000.0
0350 : 30 30 30 30 30 30 30 30  30 30 30 30 30 30 30 00   000000000000000.
0360 : 30 30 30 30 30 30 30 30  30 30 30 30 30 30 30 30   0000000000000000
0370 : 00 01 00 20 20 20 20 20  20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20   ...             

DAT:

<rom name="CofJ2.iso" size="4140040192" crc="c41ca3dd" md5="44c4d517b2155fffac0e04fa9093d0d6" sha1="a34c3b5f736685ebab3fd110426309b1846725d0" />


logs attached

Logs from mine:  (Sega Screams Vol 1)
those tracks are indeed empty.

https://mega.nz/#!exEmHARI!_Aoi1EfFFhpC … wycNU6E304

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(5 replies, posted in New Dumps)

Yeah it’s completely buggered, annoying that ice doesn’t pick up on those issues when descrambling it but meh.

Will see what the progress is like on the 7 millionth attempt when I get back home and fall back to tosec method if it’s still no good.

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Oh, hangon, track 3 hashes dont match the TOSEC / Dumpcast dumps... FFS.
some investigation required.

C:\Users\Wiggy2k\Desktop\DIC_Test>EccEdc.exe check dense.bin
FILE: dense.bin
[F:handleCheckOrFix][L:645] GetLastError: 2, The system cannot find the file spe
cified.

dense.sub
If sub file exists, this app can check the data sector precisely
Checking sectors (LBA) 504160/504160
User data vs. ecc/edc match
Audio or invalid sync sector num: 504161

C:\Users\Wiggy2k\Desktop\DIC_Test>

But:

C:\Users\Wiggy2k\Desktop\DIC_Test>EccEdc.exe check "Track 03.bin"
FILE: Track 03.bin
[F:handleCheckOrFix][L:645] GetLastError: 2, The system cannot find the file spe
cified.

Track 03.sub
If sub file exists, this app can check the data sector precisely
Checking sectors (LBA) 504149/504149
[ERROR] Number of sector(s) where user data doesn't match the expected ECC/EDC:
3335
Total errors: 3335
Total warnings: 0

opinions?

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sega ID: 830-0194-50
Edition:  Bundled with maracas.

Offset :  +13 / +19 ?

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Absolute nightmare to get a good dump from this: 3 days and many attempts later and here we are.

logs attached

Mastering Code: MK-51092-0356SS EMI CD HOLLAND<tab>@ 2
Mastering SID:  IFPI L047
Toolstamp:   2-1-1-NL

System:  Sega Dreamcast
Media:   GD-ROM
Name:  Samba de Amigo
Region:  Europe
Barcode:   4 974365 503314
languages: not checked.
Serial:  MK-51092-50
Version 1.002
Build date:  2000-10-11 (from header)


LD area CUE:

FILE "SAMBA_DE_AMIGO (Track 1).bin" BINARY
  TRACK 01 MODE1/2352
    INDEX 01 00:00:00
FILE "SAMBA_DE_AMIGO (Track 2).bin" BINARY
  TRACK 02 AUDIO
    INDEX 00 00:00:00
    INDEX 01 00:02:00

LD DAT:

    <rom name="SAMBA_DE_AMIGO (Track 1).bin" size="1058400" crc="ab2e95b9" md5="a913926d344ba7b9867433a24b5f5b51" sha1="8157dd522befdb1339fe5dbb793e0d964728bd70" />
    <rom name="SAMBA_DE_AMIGO (Track 2).bin" size="14347200" crc="49e43706" md5="9cca4624e62f04dc398aed22b5370a34" sha1="a34bdc73ac1e360b13d0592b501a388e0225e994" />
  </game>

Header:

0000 : 53 45 47 41 20 53 45 47  41 4B 41 54 41 4E 41 20   SEGA SEGAKATANA 
0010 : 53 45 47 41 20 45 4E 54  45 52 50 52 49 53 45 53   SEGA ENTERPRISES
0020 : 45 41 36 38 20 47 44 2D  52 4F 4D 31 2F 31 20 20   EA68 GD-ROM1/1  
0030 : 20 20 45 20 20 20 20 20  31 46 46 46 38 31 30 20     E     1FFF810 
0040 : 4D 4B 2D 35 31 30 39 32  35 30 56 31 2E 30 30 32   MK-5109250V1.002
0050 : 32 30 30 30 31 30 31 31  20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20   20001011        
0060 : 31 53 54 5F 52 45 41 44  2E 42 49 4E 20 20 20 20   1ST_READ.BIN    
0070 : 53 45 47 41 20 45 4E 54  45 52 50 52 49 53 45 53   SEGA ENTERPRISES
0080 : 53 41 4D 42 41 20 44 45  20 41 4D 49 47 4F 20 20   SAMBA DE AMIGO  
0090 : 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20  20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20                   
00A0 : 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20  20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20                   
00B0 : 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20  20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20                   
00C0 : 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20  20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20                   
00D0 : 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20  20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20                   
00E0 : 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20  20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20                   
00F0 : 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20  20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20                   
0100 : 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00  00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00   ................
0110 : 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00  00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00   ................
0120 : 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00  00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00   ................

PVD:

0320 : 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20  20 20 20 20 20 32 30 30                200
0330 : 30 31 30 31 31 32 33 32  38 33 34 30 30 24 32 30   0101123283400$20
0340 : 30 30 31 30 31 31 32 33  32 38 33 34 30 30 24 30   00101123283400$0
0350 : 30 30 30 30 30 30 30 30  30 30 30 30 30 30 30 00   000000000000000.
0360 : 30 30 30 30 30 30 30 30  30 30 30 30 30 30 30 30   0000000000000000
0370 : 00 01 00 00 00 00 00 00  00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00   ................

IP.txt

Application title:
SAMBA DE AMIGO

Developer:
SEGA ENTERPRISES

Publisher:
SEGA ENTERPRISES

Disc number:
GD-ROM1/1

Supported regions:
E

Internal serial:
MK-5109250

Version number:
V1.002

Release date (YYYY-MM-DD):
2000-10-11

CRC16: TRUE
EA68

Disc identifier: TRUE
SEGA SEGAKATANA

First read file name:
1ST_READ.BIN

UNKNOWN (reserved?):


Additional flags: 1FFF810
-------------------------
Minimal set of buttons required by application:
 Start, A, B, Direction buttons: TRUE
 C button: TRUE
 D button: TRUE
 X button: TRUE
 Y button: TRUE
 Z button: TRUE
 Expanded direction buttons: TRUE
 Analog R Trigger: TRUE
 Analog L Trigger: TRUE
 Standard analog X: TRUE
 Standard analog Y: TRUE
 Expanded analog X: TRUE
 Expanded analog Y: TRUE

Supported peripherals:
 Mouse: FALSE
 Gun controller: FALSE
 Keyboard: FALSE

Supported expanded peripherals:
 Memory card: TRUE
 Sound input peripheral (SIP): FALSE
 Vibrator: FALSE
 Other devices: FALSE

VGA Box supported: TRUE
Use WindowsCE: FALSE

ICE.exe output:

ice @20090609 / themabus@inbox.lv
---------------------------------
dense.bin
---------------------------------
Accessing                       : ok
Seeking 1st valid Mode1 sector  : ok
 LBA found                      : 44990
 @file offset                   : $0000004C
 Scrambled                      : TRUE
Seeking LBA 45000               : ok
 Combined offset (samples)      : 19
Parsing IP.BIN                  : ok
 Writting 'ip.txt'              : ok
Parsing TOC                     : ok
 TOC entries                    : 4
 Writting 'redump.cue'          : ok
---------------------------------
03  Mode1   45000  549149  504150 ok
---------------------------------
done

Track 3 hashes:

<rom name="SAMBA_DE_AMIGO (Track 3).bin" size="1185760800" crc="c03aa6f0" md5="56aa3b076bdca5cbd8be37c079a5721b" sha1="429f554f3be81eaf9750d329fb70386cc9655cc3" />

ok, last follow up, it's 3AM here.

the img files match the combined CRC from the dumps page.

see attached image.

Obviously that's for batch conversion.
syntax to just do a single image would just be:

sbitools.exe -cue2ccd  <path to cue file>

It's worth noting that you should probably delete the LSD patches folder (or the contents thereof) before starting just in case a filename clashes with a PSX image filename.

Theres a couple of ways of scripting this


by far the easiest would be to use SBITools.
It should work perfectly for this purpose.

https://github.com/Kippykip/SBITools/releases

you could script it using forfiles.   (you could try a for loop but the spaces in the filenames will be a complete ballache to escape)

Something along the lines of (in this example I have a few cue/bin images extracted in one folder and have placed sbitools in the same folder. )


forfiles /M "*.cue" /C "cmd /C sbitools.exe -cue2ccd @file"

the output was: (apologies its a bit lengthy)

Z:\Saturn Extracted>forfiles /M "*.cue" /C "cmd /C sbitools.exe -cue2ccd @file"

SBITools v0.3.1 - http://kippykip.com
Split Track CUE image detected! Merging...
Exporting to: 'CCD\2Tax Gold (Japan).SUB'.
Directory 'CCD' doesn't exist! Creating...
Directory 'CCD\2Tax Gold (Japan)' doesn't exist! Creating...
Creating CCD file
Writing CCD headers
Writing CCD Entries
Writing TRACK info
Done writing CCD!
Merging image (This will take a moment)
Stitching '2TAX GOLD (JAPAN) (TRACK 01).BIN'.
Stitching '2TAX GOLD (JAPAN) (TRACK 02).BIN'.
Stitching '2TAX GOLD (JAPAN) (TRACK 03).BIN'.
Stitching '2TAX GOLD (JAPAN) (TRACK 04).BIN'.
Stitching '2TAX GOLD (JAPAN) (TRACK 05).BIN'.
Stitching '2TAX GOLD (JAPAN) (TRACK 06).BIN'.
Stitching '2TAX GOLD (JAPAN) (TRACK 07).BIN'.
Stitching '2TAX GOLD (JAPAN) (TRACK 08).BIN'.
Stitching '2TAX GOLD (JAPAN) (TRACK 09).BIN'.
Stitching '2TAX GOLD (JAPAN) (TRACK 10).BIN'.
Stitching '2TAX GOLD (JAPAN) (TRACK 11).BIN'.
Stitching '2TAX GOLD (JAPAN) (TRACK 12).BIN'.
Stitching '2TAX GOLD (JAPAN) (TRACK 13).BIN'.
Stitching '2TAX GOLD (JAPAN) (TRACK 14).BIN'.
Stitching '2TAX GOLD (JAPAN) (TRACK 15).BIN'.
Stitching '2TAX GOLD (JAPAN) (TRACK 16).BIN'.
Stitching '2TAX GOLD (JAPAN) (TRACK 17).BIN'.
Stitching '2TAX GOLD (JAPAN) (TRACK 18).BIN'.
Stitching '2TAX GOLD (JAPAN) (TRACK 19).BIN'.
Stitching '2TAX GOLD (JAPAN) (TRACK 20).BIN'.
Stitching '2TAX GOLD (JAPAN) (TRACK 21).BIN'.
Stitching '2TAX GOLD (JAPAN) (TRACK 22).BIN'.
Stitching '2TAX GOLD (JAPAN) (TRACK 23).BIN'.
Stitching '2TAX GOLD (JAPAN) (TRACK 24).BIN'.
Stitching '2TAX GOLD (JAPAN) (TRACK 25).BIN'.
Stitching '2TAX GOLD (JAPAN) (TRACK 26).BIN'.
Stitching '2TAX GOLD (JAPAN) (TRACK 27).BIN'.
Stitching '2TAX GOLD (JAPAN) (TRACK 28).BIN'.
Stitching '2TAX GOLD (JAPAN) (TRACK 29).BIN'.
Stitching '2TAX GOLD (JAPAN) (TRACK 30).BIN'.
Stitching '2TAX GOLD (JAPAN) (TRACK 31).BIN'.
Stitching '2TAX GOLD (JAPAN) (TRACK 32).BIN'.
Stitching '2TAX GOLD (JAPAN) (TRACK 33).BIN'.
Stitching '2TAX GOLD (JAPAN) (TRACK 34).BIN'.
Stitching '2TAX GOLD (JAPAN) (TRACK 35).BIN'.
Stitching '2TAX GOLD (JAPAN) (TRACK 36).BIN'.
Stitching '2TAX GOLD (JAPAN) (TRACK 37).BIN'.
Stitching '2TAX GOLD (JAPAN) (TRACK 38).BIN'.
Stitching '2TAX GOLD (JAPAN) (TRACK 39).BIN'.
Stitching '2TAX GOLD (JAPAN) (TRACK 40).BIN'.
Finished merging split track image!
Creating modified CUE
Done writing CUE!
Generating blank .SUB with psxt001z
Could not find '2Tax Gold (Japan).sbi'! Skipping...
Could not find '2Tax Gold (Japan).lsd'! Skipping...
LibCrypt .SBI/.LSD patches not found in CUE directory! Ignoring .SUB patching...
Adding CD Audio track data to subchannel
Adding '2 second lead-in' for Track: 2
Adding timecode data for Track: 2
Adding '2 second lead-in' for Track: 3
Adding timecode data for Track: 3
Adding '2 second lead-in' for Track: 4
Adding timecode data for Track: 4
Adding '2 second lead-in' for Track: 5
Adding timecode data for Track: 5
Adding '2 second lead-in' for Track: 6
Adding timecode data for Track: 6
Adding '2 second lead-in' for Track: 7
Adding timecode data for Track: 7
Adding '2 second lead-in' for Track: 8
Adding timecode data for Track: 8
Adding '2 second lead-in' for Track: 9
Adding timecode data for Track: 9
Adding '2 second lead-in' for Track: 10
Adding timecode data for Track: 10
Adding '2 second lead-in' for Track: 11
Adding timecode data for Track: 11
Adding '2 second lead-in' for Track: 12
Adding timecode data for Track: 12
Adding '2 second lead-in' for Track: 13
Adding timecode data for Track: 13
Adding '2 second lead-in' for Track: 14
Adding timecode data for Track: 14
Adding '2 second lead-in' for Track: 15
Adding timecode data for Track: 15
Adding '2 second lead-in' for Track: 16
Adding timecode data for Track: 16
Adding '2 second lead-in' for Track: 17
Adding timecode data for Track: 17
Adding '2 second lead-in' for Track: 18
Adding timecode data for Track: 18
Adding '2 second lead-in' for Track: 19
Adding timecode data for Track: 19
Adding '2 second lead-in' for Track: 20
Adding timecode data for Track: 20
Adding '2 second lead-in' for Track: 21
Adding timecode data for Track: 21
Adding '2 second lead-in' for Track: 22
Adding timecode data for Track: 22
Adding '2 second lead-in' for Track: 23
Adding timecode data for Track: 23
Adding '2 second lead-in' for Track: 24
Adding timecode data for Track: 24
Adding '2 second lead-in' for Track: 25
Adding timecode data for Track: 25
Adding '2 second lead-in' for Track: 26
Adding timecode data for Track: 26
Adding '2 second lead-in' for Track: 27
Adding timecode data for Track: 27
Adding '2 second lead-in' for Track: 28
Adding timecode data for Track: 28
Adding '2 second lead-in' for Track: 29
Adding timecode data for Track: 29
Adding '2 second lead-in' for Track: 30
Adding timecode data for Track: 30
Adding '2 second lead-in' for Track: 31
Adding timecode data for Track: 31
Adding '2 second lead-in' for Track: 32
Adding timecode data for Track: 32
Adding '2 second lead-in' for Track: 33
Adding timecode data for Track: 33
Adding '2 second lead-in' for Track: 34
Adding timecode data for Track: 34
Adding '2 second lead-in' for Track: 35
Adding timecode data for Track: 35
Adding '2 second lead-in' for Track: 36
Adding timecode data for Track: 36
Adding '2 second lead-in' for Track: 37
Adding timecode data for Track: 37
Adding '2 second lead-in' for Track: 38
Adding timecode data for Track: 38
Adding '2 second lead-in' for Track: 39
Adding timecode data for Track: 39
Adding '2 second lead-in' for Track: 40
Adding timecode data for Track: 40
Finished adding CD Audio subchannel data!
Done converting!
Everything exported to: 'CCD\2Tax Gold (Japan)\'
SBITools v0.3.1 - http://kippykip.com
Split Track CUE image detected! Merging...
Exporting to: 'CCD\3D Baseball - The Majors (Japan).SUB'.
Directory 'CCD\3D Baseball - The Majors (Japan)' doesn't exist! Creating...
Creating CCD file
Writing CCD headers
Writing CCD Entries
Writing TRACK info
Done writing CCD!
Merging image (This will take a moment)
Stitching '3D BASEBALL - THE MAJORS (JAPAN) (TRACK 1).BIN'.
Stitching '3D BASEBALL - THE MAJORS (JAPAN) (TRACK 2).BIN'.
Finished merging split track image!
Creating modified CUE
Done writing CUE!
Generating blank .SUB with psxt001z
Could not find '3D Baseball - The Majors (Japan).sbi'! Skipping...
Could not find '3D Baseball - The Majors (Japan).lsd'! Skipping...
LibCrypt .SBI/.LSD patches not found in CUE directory! Ignoring .SUB patching...
Adding CD Audio track data to subchannel
Adding '2 second lead-in' for Track: 2
Adding timecode data for Track: 2
Finished adding CD Audio subchannel data!
Done converting!
Everything exported to: 'CCD\3D Baseball - The Majors (Japan)\'
SBITools v0.3.1 - http://kippykip.com
Split Track CUE image detected! Merging...
Exporting to: 'CCD\2do Aru Koto wa Sando R (Japan).SUB'.
Directory 'CCD\2do Aru Koto wa Sando R (Japan)' doesn't exist! Creating...
Creating CCD file
Writing CCD headers
Writing CCD Entries
Writing TRACK info
Done writing CCD!
Merging image (This will take a moment)
Stitching '2DO ARU KOTO WA SANDO R (JAPAN) (TRACK 1).BIN'.
Stitching '2DO ARU KOTO WA SANDO R (JAPAN) (TRACK 2).BIN'.
Finished merging split track image!
Creating modified CUE
Done writing CUE!
Generating blank .SUB with psxt001z
Could not find '2do Aru Koto wa Sando R (Japan).sbi'! Skipping...
Could not find '2do Aru Koto wa Sando R (Japan).lsd'! Skipping...
LibCrypt .SBI/.LSD patches not found in CUE directory! Ignoring .SUB patching...
Adding CD Audio track data to subchannel
Adding '2 second lead-in' for Track: 2
Adding timecode data for Track: 2
Finished adding CD Audio subchannel data!
Done converting!
Everything exported to: 'CCD\2do Aru Koto wa Sando R (Japan)\'
SBITools v0.3.1 - http://kippykip.com
Split Track CUE image detected! Merging...
Exporting to: 'CCD\3D Baseball (USA).SUB'.
Directory 'CCD\3D Baseball (USA)' doesn't exist! Creating...
Creating CCD file
Writing CCD headers
Writing CCD Entries
Writing TRACK info
Done writing CCD!
Merging image (This will take a moment)
Stitching '3D BASEBALL (USA) (TRACK 1).BIN'.
Stitching '3D BASEBALL (USA) (TRACK 2).BIN'.
Finished merging split track image!
Creating modified CUE
Done writing CUE!
Generating blank .SUB with psxt001z
Could not find '3D Baseball (USA).sbi'! Skipping...
Could not find '3D Baseball (USA).lsd'! Skipping...
LibCrypt .SBI/.LSD patches not found in CUE directory! Ignoring .SUB patching...
Adding CD Audio track data to subchannel
Adding '2 second lead-in' for Track: 2
Adding timecode data for Track: 2
Finished adding CD Audio subchannel data!
Done converting!
Everything exported to: 'CCD\3D Baseball (USA)\'

Z:\Saturn Extracted>

the result was a new subfolder called CCD was created, in which is a IMG/CCD/SUB/CUE image created from the redump images.

try it out, you will see what I mean.

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(17 replies, posted in General discussion)

@AMOK.

Might be worth having a look at the code that combines the ~CRC32 values if iR0bo0t is willing to share or writing something from scratch, pretty sure it cant be that hard and maybe looking to script something (Python/PHP?) to generating the combined CRC32 from the DAT files themselves.  at least that way you wont need to scrape the pages in cases of corrections / updates.   

Slightly off topic:

from the sounds of it you are probably heavily invested in the the Phoebe/Rhea ODE but maybe worth a look at the upcoming Satiator from professor abraisive,

I am currently awaiting the beta board for testing.

one of the main advantages being his cue parser is specifically designed for split bin/cue images along with leaving the actual optical drive untouched obviously.  plus there in nothing in Saturn Subs that isnt covered by the redump .cue