I agree with user7/dizzzy's suggestions.

Also, I want a (USA, Australia) region added. There are NUMEROUS Maxis PC games that were dumped in the USA and Australia that are incorrectly listed as "World". This is completely unacceptable. I have a USA copy of Marble Drop that matches, http://redump.org/disc/6064/, and I deliberately haven't posted a verification for it because you guys would change it to "World".

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sarami wrote:

http://forum.redump.org/post/62037/#p62037

I built it on WSL (Windows Subsystem for Linux) using ubuntu 18.04 LTS x64.

No makefile. If you want it, please make it yourself.

How did you build it without a makefile?

I recently just got done dumping the US version of this: http://redump.org/disc/47741/

This is a game with 98 tracks.

After using ICE.exe on a dump created by DCDumper, I've found that a cuesheet is produced for the dump, but no .gdi file.

I don't own a Dreamcast console, so I need a .gdi file to test the image in an emulator to check for languages (and to make sure that my dump is actually good), because I suspect that my dump is wrong.

I figured out how to make a .gdi file for my dump of Grandia II, but that one has only 5 tracks. I ABSOLUTELY refuse to manually create a 98 track .gdi file by hand. Does anyone have a tool that can create it for me?

Also, I'm not using DIC because it isn't currently working with my DC dumping disc drive.

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sarami wrote:
ajshell1 wrote:

I've dumped the game disc four times so far

Perhaps, your disc has c2 errors.


Possibly, but I just managed to get DCDumper and CDTool to produce output tracks with identical checksums. I'd be willing to bet that this is a result of my TS-H352C not having C2 support, while DIC seems to depend heavily on C2 support.

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So, how exactly do I find that value out? I already dumped it as a CD earlier.

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What's up with the Dreamcast dumping command in Discimagecreator?

I've dumped the game disc four times so far, and this is what I found in the _EdcEcc.txt file:

Dump 1:
[ERROR] Number of sector(s) where user data doesn't match the expected ECC/EDC: 2
    Sector: 59634, 59652,
[ERROR] Number of sector(s) where sync(0x00 - 0x0c) is invalid: 1
    Sector: 59635,
Total errors: 3
Total warnings: 0

Dump 2:
[ERROR] Number of sector(s) where user data doesn't match the expected ECC/EDC: 2
    Sector: 124301, 124321,
[ERROR] Number of sector(s) where sync(0x00 - 0x0c) is invalid: 1
    Sector: 124302,
Total errors: 3
Total warnings: 0

Dump 3:
[ERROR] Number of sector(s) where user data doesn't match the expected ECC/EDC: 1
    Sector: 59615,
[ERROR] Number of sector(s) where sync(0x00 - 0x0c) is invalid: 1
    Sector: 59616,
Total errors: 2
Total warnings: 0

Dump 4:
[ERROR] Number of sector(s) where user data doesn't match the expected ECC/EDC: 1
    Sector: 59616,
[ERROR] Number of sector(s) where sync(0x00 - 0x0c) is invalid: 1
    Sector: 59617,
Total errors: 2
Total warnings: 0


Also, this is what my GDI output file looks like:
5
1     0 4 2352 "Grandia II (USA) (Dump 3) (Track 1).bin" 0
2 [fix] 0 2352 "Grandia II (USA) (Dump 3) (Track 2).bin" 0
3 45000 4 2352 "Grandia II (USA) (Dump 3) (Track 3).bin" 0
4 49871 0 2352 "Grandia II (USA) (Dump 3) (Track 4).bin" 0
5 50397 4 2352 "Grandia II (USA) (Dump 3) (Track 5).bin" 0

I don't think that "[fix]" is supposed to be there.

What's going on?

EDIT: I'm using a TS-H352C, which AFAIK doesn't have C2 support. (using the most up-to-date non-Kreon firmware.

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sarami, I'm concerned about the speed at which DIC calculates the hash values after dumping.

I ran the windows version of rhash to calculate the crc32, md5, and sha1 value of a .bin file as soon as I saw that DIC had finished calculating the hash of the .img file. (using the command "rhash -C -M -H filename.bin"

On my super-low end CPU of my dumping machine, rhash took 36 seconds to calculate the hash values.

DIC took 3 minutes and 16 seconds.

Granted, this won't be an issue any more once DIC for Linux is mature enough, because my Linux PC is pretty beefy. However, this still might be something work on in the future.

Thanks again for working on the Linux port by the way, you have my eternal gratitude for that!

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Results:

https://cdn.discordapp.com/attachments/ … 062411.jpg

Also, the game itself has English, Spanish, and French language support.

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I'll test it out. I'll try to give you the results tomorrow.

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I just finished dumping my (formerly user7/dizzzy's) copy of Stealth + Wipeout Pure.

Here are the output hashes:

ULUS-10058.iso  5ef803ca  386bfb26919a8f95d7300227b5b3d215  ea642afa63a3c36b7f55c407484ef4dc030cd5f2

Now what?

Also, sarami, you need to make this thing dump faster. It's too slow currently. It took several hours for my copy to dump.

(I'm attaching all output files except the 0B _mainError.txt file (because I don't want to upload an empty file tongue).

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It's not working on my hacked PSP3000 with 660 PRO-C.

Pressing the Note button does nothing, and the eboot version cannot be started because the data is corrupt.

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By the way sarami, could you make the _disc.txt file specifically mention the layerbreak at some point?

Please make it say something like "Layerbreak: 1336160" somewhere in the output files.

This is a required field for DVD-9 submissions, so this should be "idiot proof".

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Well, I'll be your personal tester if you want. Just give me the latest compiled binaries, and I'll let you know if they work or if they don't.

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I seem to be getting a different error:

After doing: sudo mount /dev/sr1 /mnt/d

[aj@Canopus test]$ ./DiscImageCreator_linux.out cd d SC3K.bin 8 /c2 /d8 /sf /ns
AppVersion
        x86, AnsiBuild, 20180711 160517
/c2 val1 is omitted. set [4000]
/c2 val2 is omitted. set [0]
/sf val is omitted. set [60]
CurrentDirectory
        /home/aj/games/test
WorkingPath
         Argument: SC3K.bin
         FullPath: /home/aj/games/test/SC3K.bin
            Drive: 
        Directory: /home/aj/games/test/
         Filename: SC3K
        Extension: .bin
StartTime: 2018/07/11(Wed) 11:02:05
[F:TestUnitReady][L:44] GetLastError: 25, Inappropriate ioctl for device

I seem to be getting that error regardless of whether I have a disc mounted to that point or not.

Honestly, I'm not sure if you are going about it the right way. The way Windows and Linux handle mounting of drives is fundamentally different. I think it would be smarter to have us select the device name (e.g. /dev/sr0 or /dev/cdrom) rather than a mount point. I know that you might not like that since it'll make your programming experience harder and your code messier, but I think the way it is now is only going to lead to more problems. However, that's just my opinion.

I'm not sure what exactly you'll need for full Linux support in the future, but I'm willing to help you in any way that I can. Including financially.

Also, if you could run "lsblk" in WSL, that might help us out.

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Oh my fucking god! I love you sarami!

Time to test this baby out!

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Disregard this post. I thought I made a mistake with one of my older dumps, but I didn't

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"Cannot be uneven"? I just dumped several Star Wars bonus DVDs with Xbox demos on them, and they all had odd values in the layerbreak field as well. This was also the case with my DVD-Video version of Tiger Woods PGA Tour 07. So I'm not sure what the issue is. Is DIC the problem?

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A while ago, my dump of Phantom of Inferno (http://redump.org/disc/50823/)  had a blatantly wrong layerbreak. I got called out for it, and then tried getting the layerbreak from DVD-Decryptor.

Well, that layerbreak is WRONG.

This is the output of DICUI when dumping the exact same disc. I'm leaving all the non-relevant bits blank because I've already written them down:

Title: (REQUIRED)
Disc Number / Letter: (OPTIONAL)
Disc Title: (OPTIONAL)
System: DVD-Video
Media Type: DVD-9
Category: Games
Region: World (CHANGE THIS)
Languages: Klingon (CHANGE THIS)
Disc Serial: (REQUIRED, IF EXISTS)
Ringcode Information:
    Outer Mastering Ring: (REQUIRED, IF EXISTS)
    Inner Mastering Ring: (REQUIRED, IF EXISTS)
    Outer Mastering SID Code: (REQUIRED, IF EXISTS)
    Inner Mastering SID Code: (REQUIRED, IF EXISTS)
    Mould SID Code: (REQUIRED, IF EXISTS)
    Additional Mould: (REQUIRED, IF EXISTS)
    Outer Toolstamp or Mastering Code: (REQUIRED, IF EXISTS)
    Inner Toolstamp or Mastering Code: (REQUIRED, IF EXISTS)
Barcode: (OPTIONAL)
Comments: (OPTIONAL)
Contents: (OPTIONAL)
Version: (REQUIRED, IF EXISTS)
Edition/Release: Original (VERIFY THIS)
Layerbreak: 2268991
Primary Volume Descriptor (PVD):

0320 : 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20  20 20 20 20 20 32 30 30                200
0330 : 32 30 33 31 30 30 36 34  36 34 36 30 30 24 30 30   2031006464600$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   ................

DAT:

<rom name="Phantom of Inferno (USA).iso" size="8170846208" crc="58e71bf8" md5="16338f4d6ca7aebdf3502beb18ee0ce1" sha1="e5f749c78c1e411de6db87de0622e367b9fe4141" />


EDIT: DVD Decrypter says "Region: 1,2,3,4,5,6,8 - RCE Protection: No"
"Copyright Protection System Type: CSS/CPPM"
Region 7 is missing apparently because that was "Reserved for future use" according to wikipedia.

CSSKey.txt output:

AllDiscKeys ((5 byte per 1 key) * 409 keys)
[001]: 3C B6 DD E1 1C
[002]: A4 76 64 8B 4A [003]: 30 9F B1 4D 31 [004]: B7 04 AC A2 CC [005]: EE DA 96 8E 5A
[006]: 78 02 2A AD B1 [007]: 74 2A 89 EF 47 [008]: 14 CA A5 2E A1 [009]: C8 50 B5 AE 6B
[010]: EF 38 CF 5F DC [011]: B0 AC EA 1A 69 [012]: 3C 20 41 F5 57 [013]: 07 96 01 47 2E
[014]: EA 9A 94 52 42 [015]: 57 6E 27 A7 F2 [016]: 88 F9 66 E3 8C [017]: CF F5 26 1F A7
[018]: A9 3D 88 E6 35 [019]: AB 8B C5 FE 7F [020]: AB B8 F0 F6 94 [021]: 1B 43 89 B0 00
[022]: 3F 3C CA 4E 1E [023]: 28 4C 1C 23 72 [024]: AA 54 CC 8A CE [025]: 99 52 63 DC BE
[026]: 67 09 57 74 FE [027]: E7 F9 40 CB 43 [028]: 8D 4C 4D 6E 38 [029]: 1D A0 BA 21 F2
[030]: FE 15 E3 0C A0 [031]: 90 77 DA 1C 89 [032]: FD 74 1E B5 7B [033]: 1D 38 75 19 96
[034]: CF F5 26 1F A7 [035]: E7 F9 40 CB 43 [036]: 8D 4C 4D 6E 38 [037]: B7 04 AC A2 CC
[038]: EF 38 CF 5F DC [039]: 30 9F B1 4D 31 [040]: 1D 38 75 19 96 [041]: B0 AC EA 1A 69
[042]: C8 50 B5 AE 6B [043]: FE 15 E3 0C A0 [044]: 74 2A 89 EF 47 [045]: B7 04 AC A2 CC
[046]: 67 09 57 74 FE [047]: EE DA 96 8E 5A [048]: 1D 38 75 19 96 [049]: CF F5 26 1F A7
[050]: A4 76 64 8B 4A [051]: 3C 20 41 F5 57 [052]: 8D 4C 4D 6E 38 [053]: 78 02 2A AD B1
[054]: 8D 4C 4D 6E 38 [055]: C8 50 B5 AE 6B [056]: 07 96 01 47 2E [057]: EE DA 96 8E 5A
[058]: A4 76 64 8B 4A [059]: 30 9F B1 4D 31 [060]: B7 04 AC A2 CC [061]: 57 6E 27 A7 F2
[062]: EE DA 96 8E 5A [063]: 57 6E 27 A7 F2 [064]: EF 38 CF 5F DC [065]: 1B 43 89 B0 00
[066]: 14 CA A5 2E A1 [067]: EE DA 96 8E 5A [068]: 28 4C 1C 23 72 [069]: 88 F9 66 E3 8C
[070]: 78 02 2A AD B1 [071]: 28 4C 1C 23 72 [072]: 99 52 63 DC BE [073]: 07 96 01 47 2E
[074]: AB 8B C5 FE 7F [075]: FE 15 E3 0C A0 [076]: 88 F9 66 E3 8C [077]: B0 AC EA 1A 69
[078]: 1D 38 75 19 96 [079]: 57 6E 27 A7 F2 [080]: 74 2A 89 EF 47 [081]: FE 15 E3 0C A0
[082]: 99 52 63 DC 28 [083]: 34 C7 3C EA 00 [084]: 8D 89 2D 78 DC [085]: 82 47 B9 05 02
[086]: 3D 35 EC DD 37 [087]: C3 65 DD A1 D4 [088]: 01 B3 55 D0 E4 [089]: 3D 35 EC DD 37
[090]: 7E 91 6E 54 64 [091]: B0 AD 2A 2F 28 [092]: 16 C3 83 BD 88 [093]: 80 C2 C1 15 A3
[094]: 51 FD 63 5E 27 [095]: D7 EA AA FF 36 [096]: C7 25 DF 7D CC [097]: 15 DF 08 06 C1
[098]: 34 C7 3C EA 00 [099]: CE 06 09 38 D5 [100]: 4E F6 1E 87 68 [101]: C7 25 DF 7D CC
[102]: A1 06 2F 10 1A [103]: E6 0A 6F EC 31 [104]: D7 EA AA FF 36 [105]: 34 C7 3C EA 00
[106]: 2E 69 48 B4 B8 [107]: B9 88 93 EF 1F [108]: 99 53 A3 E9 FF [109]: 2E 69 48 B4 B8
[110]: 15 DF 08 06 C1 [111]: A1 06 2F 10 1A [112]: E1 AF FC 5D FD [113]: 9E FB E5 51 5A
[114]: 3F F8 F0 FD 8E [115]: E1 AF FC 5D FD [116]: 16 C3 83 BD 88 [117]: 32 BC C0 43 96
[118]: 9E FB E5 51 5A [119]: 99 53 A3 E9 FF [120]: 34 5F F3 D2 64 [121]: 8D 89 2D 78 DC
[122]: C3 65 DD A1 D4 [123]: E6 0A 6F EC 31 [124]: 82 74 8C 0D E9 [125]: 51 FD 63 5E 27
[126]: 2E 69 48 B4 B8 [127]: 32 BC C0 43 96 [128]: A1 06 2F 10 1A [129]: 2E 69 48 B4 B8
[130]: 7E 91 6E 54 64 [131]: 3D 35 EC DD 37 [132]: A1 06 2F 10 1A [133]: 34 5F F3 D2 64
[134]: 01 B3 55 D0 E4 [135]: B9 88 93 EF 1F [136]: 34 5F F3 D2 64 [137]: 8D 89 2D 78 DC
[138]: A4 B3 04 9D AE [139]: 51 FD 63 5E 27 [140]: 2E 69 48 B4 B8 [141]: 5D D5 C0 1C D1
[142]: 82 47 B9 05 02 [143]: 7E 91 6E 54 64 [144]: E1 AF FC 5D FD [145]: 8D 89 2D 78 DC
[146]: A4 B3 04 9D AE [147]: 34 5F F3 D2 64 [148]: 01 B3 55 D0 E4 [149]: 82 47 B9 05 02
[150]: 51 FD 63 5E 27 [151]: 80 C2 C1 15 A3 [152]: A1 06 2F 10 1A [153]: 51 FD 63 5E 27
[154]: 34 C7 3C EA 00 [155]: 80 C2 C1 15 A3 [156]: C6 C7 86 AC 4A [157]: 15 DF 08 06 C1
[158]: 16 C3 83 BD 88 [159]: 83 AB 85 79 58 [160]: 01 B3 55 D0 E4 [161]: 19 60 F8 BE A7
[162]: D7 EA AA FF 36 [163]: 51 FD 63 5E 27 [164]: D7 EA AA FF 36 [165]: 82 74 8C 0D E9
[166]: 19 60 F8 BE A7 [167]: B0 AD 2A 2F 28 [168]: 82 74 8C 0D E9 [169]: D7 EA AA FF 36
[170]: 34 5F F3 D2 64 [171]: B9 88 93 EF 1F [172]: 19 60 F8 BE A7 [173]: A1 06 2F 10 1A
[174]: E6 0A 6F EC 31 [175]: C6 C7 86 AC 4A [176]: A1 06 2F 10 1A [177]: 99 53 A3 E9 FF
[178]: C7 25 DF 7D CC [179]: D4 8B 57 46 ED [180]: B0 AD 2A 2F 28 [181]: E1 AF FC 5D FD
[182]: 32 BC C0 43 96 [183]: 5D D5 C0 1C D1 [184]: 2E 69 48 B4 B8 [185]: 82 47 B9 05 02
[186]: 51 FD 63 5E 27 [187]: 01 B3 55 D0 E4 [188]: B9 88 93 EF 1F [189]: B0 AD 2A 2F 28
[190]: 99 53 A3 E9 FF [191]: 82 47 B9 05 02 [192]: 4E F6 1E 87 68 [193]: 5D D5 C0 1C D1
[194]: C3 65 DD A1 D4 [195]: 01 B3 55 D0 E4 [196]: 83 AB 85 79 58 [197]: 4E F6 1E 87 68
[198]: C3 65 DD A1 D4 [199]: E1 AF FC 5D FD [200]: 16 C3 83 BD 88 [201]: C6 C7 86 AC 4A
[202]: 51 FD 63 5E 27 [203]: 01 B3 55 D0 E4 [204]: 83 AB 85 79 58 [205]: 16 C3 83 BD 88
[206]: B9 88 93 EF 1F [207]: 51 FD 63 5E 27 [208]: B9 88 93 EF 1F [209]: 8D 89 2D 78 DC
[210]: C6 C7 86 AC 4A [211]: 16 C3 83 BD 88 [212]: E1 AF FC 5D FD [213]: 34 5F F3 D2 64
[214]: CE 06 09 38 D5 [215]: 82 47 B9 05 02 [216]: A1 06 2F 10 1A [217]: B9 88 93 EF 1F
[218]: 5D D5 C0 1C D1 [219]: 2E 69 48 B4 B8 [220]: 01 B3 55 D0 E4 [221]: B9 88 93 EF 1F
[222]: 7E 91 6E 54 64 [223]: 32 BC C0 43 96 [224]: 16 C3 83 BD 88 [225]: 9E FB E5 51 5A
[226]: 32 BC C0 43 96 [227]: C3 65 DD A1 D4 [228]: E6 0A 6F EC 31 [229]: 80 C2 C1 15 A3
[230]: 8D 89 2D 78 DC [231]: 99 53 A3 E9 FF [232]: 01 B3 55 D0 E4 [233]: 32 BC C0 43 96
[234]: 7E 91 6E 54 64 [235]: 99 53 A3 E9 FF [236]: 82 47 B9 05 02 [237]: 82 74 8C 0D E9
[238]: 3D 35 EC DD 37 [239]: E6 0A 6F EC 31 [240]: CE 06 09 38 D5 [241]: 34 5F F3 D2 64
[242]: CE 06 09 38 D5 [243]: 16 C3 83 BD 88 [244]: 2E 69 48 B4 B8 [245]: C7 25 DF 7D CC
[246]: 82 47 B9 05 02 [247]: 80 C2 C1 15 A3 [248]: E1 AF FC 5D FD [249]: D4 8B 57 46 ED
[250]: 2E 69 48 B4 B8 [251]: 16 C3 83 BD 88 [252]: 82 74 8C 0D E9 [253]: 34 C7 3C EA 00
[254]: B0 AD 2A 2F 28 [255]: A4 B3 04 9D AE [256]: 3D 35 EC DD 37 [257]: 34 C7 3C EA 00
[258]: B9 88 93 EF 1F [259]: 34 C7 3C EA 00 [260]: 8D 89 2D 78 DC [261]: 15 DF 08 06 C1
[262]: C6 C7 86 AC 4A [263]: 82 47 B9 05 02 [264]: 34 5F F3 D2 64 [265]: E6 0A 6F EC 31
[266]: 15 DF 08 06 C1 [267]: B9 88 93 EF 1F [268]: 15 DF 08 06 C1 [269]: D4 8B 57 46 ED
[270]: C6 C7 86 AC 4A [271]: 7E 91 6E 54 64 [272]: 34 C7 3C EA 00 [273]: 4E F6 1E 87 68
[274]: 34 5F F3 D2 64 [275]: B0 AD 2A 2F 28 [276]: 83 AB 85 79 58 [277]: 3D 35 EC DD 37
[278]: C3 65 DD A1 D4 [279]: E1 AF FC 5D FD [280]: 3D 35 EC DD 37 [281]: C7 25 DF 7D CC
[282]: 19 60 F8 BE A7 [283]: 82 74 8C 0D E9 [284]: 99 53 A3 E9 FF [285]: 8D 89 2D 78 DC
[286]: B9 88 93 EF 1F [287]: 3D 35 EC DD 37 [288]: 80 C2 C1 15 A3 [289]: 16 C3 83 BD 88
[290]: 80 C2 C1 15 A3 [291]: C7 25 DF 7D CC [292]: D7 EA AA FF 36 [293]: 7E 91 6E 54 64
[294]: 82 47 B9 05 02 [295]: 15 DF 08 06 C1 [296]: A4 B3 04 9D AE [297]: B0 AD 2A 2F 28
[298]: D7 EA AA FF 36 [299]: 32 BC C0 43 96 [300]: 99 53 A3 E9 FF [301]: B0 AD 2A 2F 28
[302]: CE 06 09 38 D5 [303]: 82 74 8C 0D E9 [304]: 9E FB E5 51 5A [305]: 80 C2 C1 15 A3
[306]: D4 8B 57 46 ED [307]: 7E 91 6E 54 64 [308]: 82 74 8C 0D E9 [309]: 15 DF 08 06 C1
[310]: 19 60 F8 BE A7 [311]: D4 8B 57 46 ED [312]: 34 5F F3 D2 64 [313]: 19 60 F8 BE A7
[314]: E6 0A 6F EC 31 [315]: 19 60 F8 BE A7 [316]: 4E F6 1E 87 68 [317]: CE 06 09 38 D5
[318]: D7 EA AA FF 36 [319]: E6 0A 6F EC 31 [320]: 82 47 B9 05 02 [321]: 9E FB E5 51 5A
[322]: 99 53 A3 E9 FF [323]: 4E F6 1E 87 68 [324]: 34 5F F3 D2 64 [325]: C6 C7 86 AC 4A
[326]: A4 B3 04 9D AE [327]: 15 DF 08 06 C1 [328]: 83 AB 85 79 58 [329]: A4 B3 04 9D AE
[330]: 4E F6 1E 87 68 [331]: C6 C7 86 AC 4A [332]: 9E FB E5 51 5A [333]: C7 25 DF 7D CC
[334]: 83 AB 85 79 58 [335]: 82 74 8C 0D E9 [336]: E6 0A 6F EC 31 [337]: 8D 89 2D 78 DC
[338]: A4 B3 04 9D AE [339]: C6 C7 86 AC 4A [340]: 9E FB E5 51 5A [341]: 4E F6 1E 87 68
[342]: 32 BC C0 43 96 [343]: 5D D5 C0 1C D1 [344]: B0 AD 2A 2F 28 [345]: 5D D5 C0 1C D1
[346]: CE 06 09 38 D5 [347]: 3D 35 EC DD 37 [348]: 32 BC C0 43 96 [349]: 9E FB E5 51 5A
[350]: CE 06 09 38 D5 [351]: E1 AF FC 5D FD [352]: A4 B3 04 9D AE [353]: 83 AB 85 79 58
[354]: C3 65 DD A1 D4 [355]: 3D 35 EC DD 37 [356]: 82 74 8C 0D E9 [357]: 19 60 F8 BE A7
[358]: CE 06 09 38 D5 [359]: 32 BC C0 43 96 [360]: 16 C3 83 BD 88 [361]: D4 8B 57 46 ED
[362]: 83 AB 85 79 58 [363]: 80 C2 C1 15 A3 [364]: 15 DF 08 06 C1 [365]: 4E F6 1E 87 68
[366]: C3 65 DD A1 D4 [367]: 83 AB 85 79 58 [368]: D4 8B 57 46 ED [369]: 5D D5 C0 1C D1
[370]: D4 8B 57 46 ED [371]: 19 60 F8 BE A7 [372]: 4E F6 1E 87 68 [373]: C3 65 DD A1 D4
[374]: D4 8B 57 46 ED [375]: 83 AB 85 79 58 [376]: 80 C2 C1 15 A3 [377]: 83 AB 85 79 58
[378]: CE 06 09 38 D5 [379]: 5D D5 C0 1C D1 [380]: C3 65 DD A1 D4 [381]: D4 8B 57 46 ED
[382]: 80 C2 C1 15 A3 [383]: C3 65 DD A1 D4 [384]: 5D D5 C0 1C D1 [385]: D4 8B 57 46 ED
[386]: 2E 69 48 B4 B8 [387]: D7 EA AA FF 36 [388]: B9 88 93 EF 1F [389]: C3 65 DD A1 D4
[390]: 19 60 F8 BE A7 [391]: 99 53 A3 E9 FF [392]: E1 AF FC 5D FD [393]: A4 B3 04 9D AE
[394]: 15 DF 08 06 C1 [395]: 16 C3 83 BD 88 [396]: C6 C7 86 AC 4A [397]: 9E FB E5 51 5A
[398]: 3D 35 EC DD 37 [399]: 32 BC C0 43 96 [400]: B0 AD 2A 2F 28 [401]: CE 06 09 38 D5
[402]: C7 25 DF 7D CC [403]: 4E F6 1E 87 68 [404]: 51 FD 63 5E 27 [405]: 01 B3 55 D0 E4
[406]: 80 C2 C1 15 A3 [407]: 8D 89 2D 78 DC [408]: A1 06 2F 10 1A [409]: D4 8B 57 46 ED
PlayerKey[1]: 01 AF E3 12 80
DecryptedDiscKey[020]: 2B AB 2D 1E CA

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I have some more:

16
Game Title: Castlevania: The Dracula X Chronicles
Link: http://redump.org/disc/3601/

Serial: ULUS-10277. UPDL-018710
Upper Level Mastering Code: UPDL-018710A1    3
Lower Level Mastering Code: UPDL-018710B1    2
Upper Level Mastering SID Code: IFPI L331
Upper Level Mastering SID Code: IFPI L331
Upper Level Toolstamp: B06
Lower Level Toolstamp: A09
Data Side Mould SID Code: None

0320 : 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20  20 20 20 20 20 32 30 30                200
0330 : 37 30 39 31 30 31 32 30  39 30 37 30 30 24 30 30   7091012090700$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 02 00 55 4C 55 53 2D  31 30 32 37 37 7C 34 42   ...ULUS-10277|4B
0380 : 45 42 37 36 37 39 41 30  45 38 32 31 43 31 7C 30   EB7679A0E821C1|0
0390 : 30 30 31 20 20 20 20 20  20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20   001

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Game Title: Wipeout Pure
Link: http://redump.org/disc/5476/


Edition: Greatest Hits
Serial:UCUS 98612. UPSS 000721
Upper Level Mastering Code: UPSS-000720A1    10
Lower Level Mastering Code: UMXX-000206B1    11 TESTCM11
Upper Level Mastering SID Code: IFPI L331
Upper Level Mastering SID Code: IFPI L331
Upper Level Toolstamp: A07
Lower Level Toolstamp: A17
Data side Mould Text: 50M7

0320 : 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20  20 20 20 20 20 32 30 30                200
0330 : 35 30 36 30 32 31 34 32  39 32 33 30 30 24 30 30   5060214292300$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 02 00 55 43 55 53 2D  39 38 36 31 32 7C 42 30   ...UCUS-98612|B0
0380 : 37 45 41 39 33 38 36 32  45 33 42 44 37 42 7C 30   7EA93862E3BD7B|0
0390 : 30 30 31 20 20 20 20 20  20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20   001


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Game Title: WipEout Pure
Link: http://redump.org/disc/609/


Serial: UCES-00001
Upper Level Mastering Code: Sony DADC   A0100618114-A511    76
Lower Level Mastering Code: Sony DADC   A0600666666-B511    176
Upper Level Mastering SID Code: IFPI L556
Upper Level Mastering SID Code: IFPI L556
Upper Level Toolstamp: B07
Lower Level Toolstamp: B45
Data Side Mould SID Code: IFPI 944D

Barcode: 7 11719 17907 8
Edition: PSP Essentials
This is the Italian version


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Game Title:  WipEout Pulse
Link: http://redump.org/disc/3602/


Serial: UCES-00465
Upper Level Mastering Code: Sony DADC   A0100885571-A511    17
Lower Level Mastering Code: Sony DADC   A0600666666-B511    176
Upper Level Mastering SID Code: IFPI L557
Upper Level Mastering SID Code: IFPI L556
Upper Level Toolstamp: A9
Lower Level Toolstamp: B05
Data Side Mould SID Code: IFPI 947D
Yes. There is an "IFPI" moulded on the data side. I don't want to risk opening it to see if there is anything on the label side.

Barcode: 7 11719 13227 1
This is an Italian copy
Edition: PSP Essentials

I had previously dumped this with a TS-H353B. I recently got a TS-H352C, so I dumped Sneak King again with the TS-H352C drive, and I got the same checksum (ff275180aa89968f37c40658352161ff636c3957)

As for dumping it with DIC, I can't get it to work with Xbox discs. I get this error:

'[F:ReadDVDForFileSystem][L:711] GetLastError: 121, The semaphore timeout period has expired.

EndTime: 2018/06/15(Fri) 17:57:52"

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(9 replies, posted in Fixes & additions)

I recently dumped a copy of Moto Racer 2 that was bundled in the "Ultimate Motorcycle Series" box that also included Road Rash and Superbike World Championship.

Tracks 1-16 match, but track 17 doesn't.

Sectors 1-75 of mine just a bunch of "00"s, while darksabre76's and Nexy's dump has a bunch of scrambled data.

Info:

Mastering Ring Code: 792307RE2 R1N JVC
Mastering SID Code: IFPI L243
Mould SID Code: IFPI 4141
Toolstamp: None
Additional Mould Text: None

Serial: 792307
Barcode: 0 14633 11701 1
ISBN: 0-7845-2214-6


Logs, and my track 17:

https://mega.nz/#!2pgDWQJB!MajApOeGrww- … PYkjhACuNk

EDIT: Also, Exact Audio Copy got a Sync Error on Track 16. DIC dumped that track without problems.

My position on this issue:
For most consoles: Meh, go ahead. Nintendo and Sony make sure version info is consistent. Don't do this for the GameWave though.

For PC: NO NO NO NO NO NO!

Version info is FAR too messy on PC for this to be in the filename. It doesn't belong there.


If you disagree, look at these and consider what the revised filename would be:
http://redump.org/disc/21147/
http://redump.org/disc/45369/
http://redump.org/disc/49850/

And I believe putting the version information for http://redump.org/disc/11223/ in the filename will break stuff since slashes aren't allowed on Windows files.  Yes, that game has two versions. Running sshock.exe gives a version of F1.6S, and running cdshock.exe gives a version of F1.6C.

Besides, I doubt Jackal will ever agree to this change.

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(1,648 replies, posted in General discussion)

Hi sarami. I have a stupid question. All of my batch files I use for dumping CDs with DIC have the "/d8" flag. However, some people I've talked to said that they don't use the /d8 flag.

As long as a proper Plextor is used, will it make a difference if that flag is or isn't used?

You're right. It's missing a digit, and it's IFPI 9QH8, that's just the result of bad templates on my part. Sorry.

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(3 replies, posted in Dumps)

Do you think you could get the PVD info for these discs?

UMDs have a ISO9660 filesystem like most other discs. Just open up Isobuster, open the PSP iso, right click on the filesystem and open "Sector View", got to LBA 16, and copy 320 to 370.