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(7 replies, posted in Guests & account requests)

We can only accept dumps from original disc sources, dumped with the methods explained in the wiki section of the website. What is the game that is not listed in the wiki page? Any info on the serial number?

PX-7XX series reads CDs and DVDs, while the other drives reads only CDs.
Aside from that i haven't noticed anything different between models, the drive reliability all depends on the state of laser wear IMO. Sometimes you may find a better model or a worst model, based on how many discs was readed with that particular drive. I own a PX-708A, a PX-716SA, a PX-W4012TU and a PX-W4824TA.

There's not a recommended model for CD-i games, it's a standard CD and any Plextor drive from the wiki page http://wiki.redump.org/index.php?title= … patibility can be used to dump it. Personally i've used a PX-716SA to dump a CD-i game without a problem, but like i said any drives from the wiki guide could read it.

Yes, it's L330 and A01 reversed. I've fixed the ringcode.

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(2 replies, posted in Guests & account requests)

He's here to contribute mainly with PS3 and PS4 stuff, and recently joined our Discord server.

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(2 replies, posted in General discussion)

We gave you the dumper status and i've added your PSP verifications. http://redump.org/discs/dumper/catlanx/
If you have other PSP and PS3 verifications please add it to the forum, or use the "new disc" form from the main page (under the discs menu) if you want to submit something that's not yet inside our database.

AFAIK, it's not mantained anymore. Personally, i don't use it anymore because DICUI can find the EXE date and the Libcrypt sectors automatically, and after all the dumping procedures, the program will add all the obtained data to the submissioninfo.txt file. When i was using the "old school" DIC dumping with batch files and command line, i've noticed too that psxt001z sometimes may fail to obtain the data from the disc, because the EXE file it's not in the place where the program is searching, usually the root of the disc. You may use this guide http://wiki.redump.org/index.php?title= … andard_EXE if you still don't want to use DICUI to obtain manually the same data.

You have tested the ULES-00811 PAL version, i've tested the NTSC version CDRomance linked and i found it's actually only in English. Thanks for the info.

Dump added, please as i said before check for Mastering SID and Mould SID codes on the discs. From the next time you can use the "New Dumps" section to add everything that you won't find inside our database and the "Verifications" section to add a verification of a game that you can already found in our database.

Thanks for your submissions. I'll add everything soon. If you have other PSP missing games or you're planning to buy something else please let us know smile
Regarding your UCJB-98302 submission it's the only one i can't add it yet, because you've only dumped the game partition (that is matching our dump) but it's still incomplete. The UCJB-98302 demo have two different partitions, one for the games and one for the video on the disc. Please follow this guide to dump it again: http://wiki.redump.org/index.php?title= … ping_Guide
And while doing the ringcodes, can you please check for the Mould SID codes? They're really small but present in all the PSP discs near the metal spindle on the data side.

iR0b0t wrote:

@Lizard, please read this:
http://forum.redump.org/topic/20249/ (important !!! people assured they read it but still did this mistake)

Everything else you will figure out on your own or with some help if needed, welcome to the staff crew.

Thank you! I'll try to do my best smile

I'd like to request the mod status to help you guys with the pending PSP submissions on the forum. No one is taking care of them, unless someone of us add them with the "new disc" form. It already happened in the past and it's going to happen again in the future, but instead of just submit everything i want to really get my hands dirty and help when i can. And also, this long time to check for the forum stuff it's not helping with the verifications, there's a whole lot of PSP verifications never added, maybe adding them more frequently can be a motivation for other collectors to dump and verify all their stuff. I can understand perfectly that every one of us have a lot of "real life" problems and maybe more important things to do during a single work day, that's why i would like to help you, at least with the PSP, PS1 and PS2 submissions, my favourite systems. I've dumped a lot of games already for these three systems and i guess i should know almost everything about them, i can't be online 24/7 but i'm offering to you my free time because i really want to see this database growing every day. If in doubt, i'm in contact with the other mods so asking for help and learning everything it's not a problem to me.

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(32 replies, posted in General discussion)

I got a similar problem with a game, Medal Of Honor Frontline http://redump.org/disc/53375/
The disc is literally LIKE NEW not a single visible scratch no dirt no fingerprints and so on.
I just tried 10 times in a row, the dump always locked at around 50-55% to completion.
I got tired, and hooked it up the kreon drive to the pc again the day after... And it worked at the first try.
It's probably a firmware bug, if you ask me. Just keep trying a lot of times or like yilez said before, buy another copy and maybe it will solve the problem...

Hey, i would like to help with the missing lists. Can i have access to an account for the redump wiki? I will try to help to keep everything in a good order. Thank you!!

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(3 replies, posted in General discussion)

The A stands for ATA connection, if you found a SA model you know that stands for SATA connection. Both models of PX-716 works fine anyway. There's a third model that is the PX-716UF that is the portable version with USB and Firewire connection and external power supply, and is working well like the other two version. Don't worry about the letters, just check the right model and you're in smile

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(2,833 replies, posted in General discussion)

With your latest test version now the dump is working and it's 100% identical to the previous dump already in database. Thank you!

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(2,833 replies, posted in General discussion)

I've tried to dump this PS1 game called Formula GP SLES-03994 http://redump.org/disc/18346/ without any success. With the 20180127 and the 20180301 test version the result is the same. I have a PX-716SA drive. You can see some screenshot below:

https://prnt.sc/ilejue

https://prnt.sc/ilelfo

The game can't work as is, F1 2000 it's one of the game with known libcrypt protection.

First dump the game including /c2 /nl at the end of the command.

example: DiscImageCreator.exe cd F MyGameTitle_Dump1.bin 16 /c2 /nl

then while the disc is still inside use this command

psxt001z --libcrypt MyGameTitle_Dump1.sub MyGameTitle_Dump1.sbi

if you want to submit the entry for the game with the http://redump.org/newdisc/ modules (only when you got dumper status) then output the .log files for submitting the entry with the command

psxt001z.exe --libcryptdrvfast     F: > sectors1.log

of course while the game disc is still in the drive, then copy and paste the .log file in the "libcrypt" section of the new disc module. that's what i usually do while dumping libcrypt games, feel free to correct me if i did something wrong.

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(7 replies, posted in General discussion)

I have a PX-W4824TA that i want to sell. I have two Plextor drives, so i don't really need this one as i have another unit smile
Feel free to contact me with a PM if you still need it.

I don't know if it's my phone or not, but it's a bit hard to find the right position. But in the end i found easier if you put your phone over a box like your photo, and the disc under the light until you find the position good enough to take a photo with the visible ring. It's worth a try with a better camera, i guess. I will make some other tries with different camera-phone-angles until i can find the best way. With the clear disc anyway it's probably easier than trying with the damn PS1 black discs...

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(4 replies, posted in General discussion)

ack2121 wrote:

Please post the ring codes for Technomage, as they seem to be missing.

Thanks!

Probably i forgot to add it. You can find everything on the last topic i made for verifications. http://forum.redump.org/topic/16676/psx … additions/

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(4 replies, posted in General discussion)

Jackal wrote:

Use psxt001z --libcryptdrvfast

This was the response for Technomage:

MSF: 03:13:10 Q-Data: 41 01 01 03 13 10 00 03 53 10 50 ec
MSF: 03:13:15 Q-Data: 41 01 01 43 11 15 00 01 13 15 23 1e
MSF: 03:18:49 Q-Data: 41 01 01 03 1e 49 00 03 08 49 32 c5
MSF: 03:18:54 Q-Data: 41 01 01 01 16 54 00 43 18 54 d4 79
MSF: 03:20:56 Q-Data: 41 01 01 03 18 57 00 03 20 d6 bc 27
MSF: 03:20:61 Q-Data: 41 01 01 03 38 61 00 03 24 61 91 a9
MSF: 03:21:55 Q-Data: 41 01 01 0b 19 55 00 13 21 55 14 07
MSF: 03:21:60 Q-Data: 41 01 01 03 19 62 00 03 21 20 5d 48
MSF: 03:24:12 Q-Data: 41 01 01 03 02 12 00 03 20 12 49 43
MSF: 03:24:17 Q-Data: 41 01 01 03 22 07 00 03 24 1f 3a b1
MSF: 03:25:03 Q-Data: 41 01 01 03 23 13 00 03 25 0b 93 c9
MSF: 03:25:08 Q-Data: 41 01 01 0b 23 08 00 13 25 08 ce 5d
MSF: 03:28:28 Q-Data: 41 01 01 03 06 28 00 03 2c 28 d7 d6
MSF: 03:28:33 Q-Data: 41 01 01 0b 26 33 00 13 28 33 9c 29
MSF: 03:35:42 Q-Data: 41 01 01 03 32 42 00 03 b5 42 69 e2
MSF: 03:35:47 Q-Data: 41 01 01 03 33 07 00 03 35 45 1a 10
MSF: 09:25:57 Q-Data: 41 01 01 09 23 53 00 09 25 77 21 03
MSF: 09:25:62 Q-Data: 41 01 01 0b 23 62 00 49 25 62 68 4c
MSF: 09:30:63 Q-Data: 41 01 01 0b 28 63 00 49 30 63 ed 18
MSF: 09:30:68 Q-Data: 41 01 01 09 29 68 00 09 b0 68 b0 8c
MSF: 09:33:37 Q-Data: 41 01 01 29 31 37 00 0d 33 37 6c 68
MSF: 09:33:42 Q-Data: 41 01 01 09 31 4a 00 09 33 52 7c 8b
MSF: 09:35:52 Q-Data: 41 01 01 09 73 52 00 09 37 52 4b 06
MSF: 09:35:57 Q-Data: 41 01 01 19 33 57 00 01 35 57 38 f4
MSF: 09:38:04 Q-Data: 41 01 01 01 36 04 00 19 38 04 9c df
MSF: 09:38:09 Q-Data: 41 01 01 09 36 0b 00 09 38 49 6c 08
MSF: 09:38:58 Q-Data: 41 01 01 49 36 58 00 0b 38 58 99 bf
MSF: 09:38:63 Q-Data: 41 01 01 09 36 73 00 09 38 6b fe 96
MSF: 09:41:59 Q-Data: 41 01 01 0b 39 59 00 49 41 59 54 0d
MSF: 09:41:64 Q-Data: 41 01 01 09 39 24 00 09 41 66 9e 67
MSF: 09:50:62 Q-Data: 41 01 01 09 08 62 00 09 52 62 03 5a
MSF: 09:50:67 Q-Data: 41 01 01 19 48 67 00 01 50 67 70 a8

Original sectors: 32
LC1 sectors:      32
LC2 sectors:      0
Other sectors:    0

At first it wasn't accepted and it was giving the same error, but then i have removed the last few text lines and that worked. If everything is fine i will proceed to dump the other games too.

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(4 replies, posted in General discussion)

Using this command

DiscImageCreator.exe cd K MyGameTitle_Dump1.bin 48 /c2 /nl 

i have dumped these three games with Libcrypt protection, following the instruction given to me when i failed to dump Actua Ice Hockey 2. http://forum.redump.org/topic/16646/addedpsx-9x-verify/ I guess something is wrong actually, i can't submit all three games because when i use the new disc modules it keeps saying "Please check LibCrypt data!"

Checking carefully, i have tried to dump many times this games at different speeds and with both the Plextor drives i have without success in dumping the protection with the /nl command.
This is the first game: PGA European Tour Golf SLES-02396

psxt001z by Dremora, v0.21 beta 1

MSF: 03:13:10 Q-Data: 410101 03:13:10 00 03:53:10 50ec  xor 8001 068d P2 xor 02 40
MSF: 03:13:15 Q-Data: 410101 43:11:15 00 01:13:15 231e  xor 8001 338d P1 xor 40 02
MSF: 03:18:49 Q-Data: 410101 03:1e:49 00 03:08:49 32c5  xor 8001 8e30 P2 xor 08 10
MSF: 03:18:54 Q-Data: 410101 01:16:54 00 43:18:54 d479  xor 8001 fd4f P1 xor 02 40
MSF: 03:19:18 Q-Data: 410101 03:17:18 00 03:19:18 39e2  xor 0800 0800 ?
MSF: 03:21:55 Q-Data: 410101 0b:19:55 00 13:21:55 1407  xor 8001 50cf P1 xor 08 10
MSF: 03:21:60 Q-Data: 410101 03:19:62 00 03:21:20 5d48  xor 8001 8c46 P3 xor 02 40
MSF: 03:24:12 Q-Data: 410101 03:02:12 00 03:20:12 4943  xor 8001 79cd P2 xor 20 04
MSF: 03:24:17 Q-Data: 410101 03:22:07 00 03:24:1f 3ab1  xor 8001 0553 P3 xor 10 08
MSF: 03:25:03 Q-Data: 410101 03:23:13 00 03:25:0b 93c9  xor 8001 0553 P3 xor 10 08
MSF: 03:25:08 Q-Data: 410101 0b:23:08 00 13:25:08 ce5d  xor 8001 50cf P1 xor 08 10
MSF: 03:32:19 Q-Data: 410101 03:30:59 00 03:32:1b 2cc6  xor 8001 b12b P3 xor 40 02
MSF: 03:32:24 Q-Data: 410101 03:20:24 00 03:3a:24 e6ac  xor 8001 132c P2 xor 10 08
MSF: 03:34:51 Q-Data: 410101 01:32:51 00 43:34:51 d7a9  xor 8001 fd4f P1 xor 02 40
MSF: 03:34:56 Q-Data: 410101 03:33:56 00 03:b4:56 c09a  xor 8001 de39 P2 xor 01 80
MSF: 09:25:57 Q-Data: 410101 09:23:53 00 09:25:77 2103  xor 8001 2d65 P3 xor 04 20
MSF: 09:25:62 Q-Data: 410101 0b:23:62 00 49:25:62 684c  xor 8001 fd4f P1 xor 02 40
MSF: 09:30:63 Q-Data: 410101 0b:28:63 00 49:30:63 ed18  xor 8001 fd4f P1 xor 02 40
MSF: 09:30:68 Q-Data: 410101 09:29:68 00 09:b0:68 b08c  xor 8001 de39 P2 xor 01 80
MSF: 09:35:52 Q-Data: 410101 09:73:52 00 09:37:52 4b06  xor 8001 8c73 P2 xor 40 02
MSF: 09:35:57 Q-Data: 410101 19:33:57 00 01:35:57 38f4  xor 8001 1edb P1 xor 10 08
MSF: 09:38:04 Q-Data: 410101 01:36:04 00 19:38:04 9cdf  xor 8001 50cf P1 xor 08 10
MSF: 09:38:09 Q-Data: 410101 09:36:0b 00 09:38:49 6c08  xor 8001 8c46 P3 xor 02 40
MSF: 09:38:58 Q-Data: 410101 49:36:58 00 0b:38:58 99bf  xor 8001 338d P1 xor 40 02
MSF: 09:38:63 Q-Data: 410101 09:36:73 00 09:38:6b fe96  xor 8001 0553 P3 xor 10 08
MSF: 09:46:13 Q-Data: 410101 09:44:1b 00 09:46:03 780d  xor 8001 901d P3 xor 08 10
MSF: 09:46:18 Q-Data: 410101 09:46:18 00 09:06:18 2599  xor 8001 068d P2 xor 02 40
MSF: 09:48:59 Q-Data: 410101 09:44:59 00 09:08:59 6e0a  xor 8001 068d P2 xor 02 40
MSF: 09:48:64 Q-Data: 410101 49:46:64 00 0b:48:64 a460  xor 8001 338d P1 xor 40 02
Number of modified sectors: 29

Why only 29 sectors on .sub appears as modified but the sectors.log reports 32 LC1 sectors?

MSF: 03:08:05 Q-Data: 41 01 01 07 06 05 00 23 08 05 38 39
MSF: 03:08:10 Q-Data: 41 01 01 03 06 11 00 03 08 90 5d a0
MSF: 03:13:10 Q-Data: 41 01 01 03 13 10 00 03 53 10 50 ec
MSF: 03:13:15 Q-Data: 41 01 01 43 11 15 00 01 13 15 23 1e
MSF: 03:18:49 Q-Data: 41 01 01 03 1e 49 00 03 08 49 32 c5
MSF: 03:18:54 Q-Data: 41 01 01 01 16 54 00 43 18 54 d4 79
MSF: 03:21:55 Q-Data: 41 01 01 0b 19 55 00 13 21 55 14 07
MSF: 03:21:60 Q-Data: 41 01 01 03 19 62 00 03 21 20 5d 48
MSF: 03:24:12 Q-Data: 41 01 01 03 02 12 00 03 20 12 49 43
MSF: 03:24:17 Q-Data: 41 01 01 03 22 07 00 03 24 1f 3a b1
MSF: 03:25:03 Q-Data: 41 01 01 03 23 13 00 03 25 0b 93 c9
MSF: 03:25:08 Q-Data: 41 01 01 0b 23 08 00 13 25 08 ce 5d
MSF: 03:32:19 Q-Data: 41 01 01 03 30 59 00 03 32 1b 2c c6
MSF: 03:32:24 Q-Data: 41 01 01 03 20 24 00 03 3a 24 e6 ac
MSF: 03:34:51 Q-Data: 41 01 01 01 32 51 00 43 34 51 d7 a9
MSF: 03:34:56 Q-Data: 41 01 01 03 33 56 00 03 b4 56 c0 9a
MSF: 09:20:45 Q-Data: 41 01 01 09 18 65 00 09 20 41 40 72
MSF: 09:20:50 Q-Data: 41 01 01 19 18 50 00 01 20 50 25 eb
MSF: 09:25:57 Q-Data: 41 01 01 09 23 53 00 09 25 77 21 03
MSF: 09:25:62 Q-Data: 41 01 01 0b 23 62 00 49 25 62 68 4c
MSF: 09:30:63 Q-Data: 41 01 01 0b 28 63 00 49 30 63 ed 18
MSF: 09:30:68 Q-Data: 41 01 01 09 29 68 00 09 b0 68 b0 8c
MSF: 09:35:52 Q-Data: 41 01 01 09 73 52 00 09 37 52 4b 06
MSF: 09:35:57 Q-Data: 41 01 01 19 33 57 00 01 35 57 38 f4
MSF: 09:38:04 Q-Data: 41 01 01 01 36 04 00 19 38 04 9c df
MSF: 09:38:09 Q-Data: 41 01 01 09 36 0b 00 09 38 49 6c 08
MSF: 09:38:58 Q-Data: 41 01 01 49 36 58 00 0b 38 58 99 bf
MSF: 09:38:63 Q-Data: 41 01 01 09 36 73 00 09 38 6b fe 96
MSF: 09:46:13 Q-Data: 41 01 01 09 44 1b 00 09 46 03 78 0d
MSF: 09:46:18 Q-Data: 41 01 01 09 46 18 00 09 06 18 25 99
MSF: 09:48:59 Q-Data: 41 01 01 09 44 59 00 09 08 59 6e 0a
MSF: 09:48:64 Q-Data: 41 01 01 49 46 64 00 0b 48 64 a4 60

Original sectors: 32
LC1 sectors:      32
LC2 sectors:      0
Other sectors:    0

The same thing happened with Sydney 2000 SLES-02860:

psxt001z by Dremora, v0.21 beta 1

MSF: 03:13:10 Q-Data: 410101 03:13:10 00 03:53:10 50ec  xor 8001 068d P2 xor 02 40
MSF: 03:13:15 Q-Data: 410101 43:11:15 00 01:13:15 231e  xor 8001 338d P1 xor 40 02
MSF: 03:18:49 Q-Data: 410101 03:1e:49 00 03:08:49 32c5  xor 8001 8e30 P2 xor 08 10
MSF: 03:18:54 Q-Data: 410101 01:16:54 00 43:18:54 d479  xor 8001 fd4f P1 xor 02 40
MSF: 03:20:56 Q-Data: 410101 03:18:57 00 03:20:d6 bc27  xor 8001 bbd8 P3 xor 01 80
MSF: 03:20:61 Q-Data: 410101 03:38:61 00 03:24:61 91a9  xor 8001 79cd P2 xor 20 04
MSF: 03:21:55 Q-Data: 410101 0b:19:55 00 13:21:55 1407  xor 8001 50cf P1 xor 08 10
MSF: 03:21:58 Q-Data: 410101 03:19:58 00 03:21:58 64f1  xor 0020 0020 ?
MSF: 03:21:60 Q-Data: 410101 03:19:62 00 03:21:20 5d48  xor 8001 8c46 P3 xor 02 40
MSF: 03:23:17 Q-Data: 410101 03:23:17 00 03:63:17 6dc6  xor 8001 068d P2 xor 02 40
MSF: 03:23:22 Q-Data: 410101 43:21:22 00 01:23:22 2489  xor 8001 338d P1 xor 40 02
MSF: 03:28:28 Q-Data: 410101 03:06:28 00 03:2c:28 d7d6  xor 8001 79cd P2 xor 20 04
MSF: 03:28:33 Q-Data: 410101 0b:26:33 00 13:28:33 9c29  xor 8001 50cf P1 xor 08 10
MSF: 03:29:27 Q-Data: 410101 03:27:27 00 03:29:27 b5d0  xor 0080 0080 ?
MSF: 03:33:39 Q-Data: 410101 03:31:39 00 03:33:39 f600  xor 0080 0080 ?
MSF: 03:34:51 Q-Data: 410101 01:32:51 00 43:34:51 d7a9  xor 8001 fd4f P1 xor 02 40
MSF: 03:34:56 Q-Data: 410101 03:33:56 00 03:b4:56 c09a  xor 8001 de39 P2 xor 01 80
MSF: 09:25:57 Q-Data: 410101 09:23:53 00 09:25:77 2103  xor 8001 2d65 P3 xor 04 20
MSF: 09:25:62 Q-Data: 410101 0b:23:62 00 49:25:62 684c  xor 8001 fd4f P1 xor 02 40
MSF: 09:30:63 Q-Data: 410101 0b:28:63 00 49:30:63 ed18  xor 8001 fd4f P1 xor 02 40
MSF: 09:30:68 Q-Data: 410101 09:29:68 00 09:b0:68 b08c  xor 8001 de39 P2 xor 01 80
MSF: 09:33:37 Q-Data: 410101 29:31:37 00 0d:33:37 6c68  xor 8001 3237 P1 xor 20 04
MSF: 09:33:42 Q-Data: 410101 09:31:4a 00 09:33:52 7c8b  xor 8001 901d P3 xor 08 10
MSF: 09:35:52 Q-Data: 410101 09:73:52 00 09:37:52 4b06  xor 8001 8c73 P2 xor 40 02
MSF: 09:35:57 Q-Data: 410101 19:33:57 00 01:35:57 38f4  xor 8001 1edb P1 xor 10 08
MSF: 09:37:14 Q-Data: 410101 09:35:04 00 09:37:1c 546a  xor 8001 0553 P3 xor 10 08
MSF: 09:37:19 Q-Data: 410101 09:31:19 00 09:17:19 a4bd  xor 8001 8046 P2 xor 04 20
MSF: 09:41:59 Q-Data: 410101 0b:39:59 00 49:41:59 540d  xor 8001 fd4f P1 xor 02 40
MSF: 09:41:64 Q-Data: 410101 09:39:24 00 09:41:66 9e67  xor 8001 b12b P3 xor 40 02
MSF: 09:48:59 Q-Data: 410101 09:44:59 00 09:08:59 6e0a  xor 8001 068d P2 xor 02 40
MSF: 09:48:64 Q-Data: 410101 49:46:64 00 0b:48:64 a460  xor 8001 338d P1 xor 40 02
Number of modified sectors: 31

Apparently is working perfectly with Technomage SLES-03243 but i still can't add the game to the database, so i guess something's wrong:

psxt001z by Dremora, v0.21 beta 1

MSF: 03:13:10 Q-Data: 410101 03:13:10 00 03:53:10 50ec  xor 8001 068d P2 xor 02 40
MSF: 03:13:15 Q-Data: 410101 43:11:15 00 01:13:15 231e  xor 8001 338d P1 xor 40 02
MSF: 03:18:49 Q-Data: 410101 03:1e:49 00 03:08:49 32c5  xor 8001 8e30 P2 xor 08 10
MSF: 03:18:54 Q-Data: 410101 01:16:54 00 43:18:54 d479  xor 8001 fd4f P1 xor 02 40
MSF: 03:20:56 Q-Data: 410101 03:18:57 00 03:20:d6 bc27  xor 8001 bbd8 P3 xor 01 80
MSF: 03:20:61 Q-Data: 410101 03:38:61 00 03:24:61 91a9  xor 8001 79cd P2 xor 20 04
MSF: 03:21:55 Q-Data: 410101 0b:19:55 00 13:21:55 1407  xor 8001 50cf P1 xor 08 10
MSF: 03:21:60 Q-Data: 410101 03:19:62 00 03:21:20 5d48  xor 8001 8c46 P3 xor 02 40
MSF: 03:24:12 Q-Data: 410101 03:02:12 00 03:20:12 4943  xor 8001 79cd P2 xor 20 04
MSF: 03:24:17 Q-Data: 410101 03:22:07 00 03:24:1f 3ab1  xor 8001 0553 P3 xor 10 08
MSF: 03:25:03 Q-Data: 410101 03:23:13 00 03:25:0b 93c9  xor 8001 0553 P3 xor 10 08
MSF: 03:25:08 Q-Data: 410101 0b:23:08 00 13:25:08 ce5d  xor 8001 50cf P1 xor 08 10
MSF: 03:28:28 Q-Data: 410101 03:06:28 00 03:2c:28 d7d6  xor 8001 79cd P2 xor 20 04
MSF: 03:28:33 Q-Data: 410101 0b:26:33 00 13:28:33 9c29  xor 8001 50cf P1 xor 08 10
MSF: 03:35:42 Q-Data: 410101 03:32:42 00 03:b5:42 69e2  xor 8001 de39 P2 xor 01 80
MSF: 03:35:47 Q-Data: 410101 03:33:07 00 03:35:45 1a10  xor 8001 b12b P3 xor 40 02
MSF: 09:25:57 Q-Data: 410101 09:23:53 00 09:25:77 2103  xor 8001 2d65 P3 xor 04 20
MSF: 09:25:62 Q-Data: 410101 0b:23:62 00 49:25:62 684c  xor 8001 fd4f P1 xor 02 40
MSF: 09:30:63 Q-Data: 410101 0b:28:63 00 49:30:63 ed18  xor 8001 fd4f P1 xor 02 40
MSF: 09:30:68 Q-Data: 410101 09:29:68 00 09:b0:68 b08c  xor 8001 de39 P2 xor 01 80
MSF: 09:33:37 Q-Data: 410101 29:31:37 00 0d:33:37 6c68  xor 8001 3237 P1 xor 20 04
MSF: 09:33:42 Q-Data: 410101 09:31:4a 00 09:33:52 7c8b  xor 8001 901d P3 xor 08 10
MSF: 09:35:52 Q-Data: 410101 09:73:52 00 09:37:52 4b06  xor 8001 8c73 P2 xor 40 02
MSF: 09:35:57 Q-Data: 410101 19:33:57 00 01:35:57 38f4  xor 8001 1edb P1 xor 10 08
MSF: 09:38:04 Q-Data: 410101 01:36:04 00 19:38:04 9cdf  xor 8001 50cf P1 xor 08 10
MSF: 09:38:09 Q-Data: 410101 09:36:0b 00 09:38:49 6c08  xor 8001 8c46 P3 xor 02 40
MSF: 09:38:58 Q-Data: 410101 49:36:58 00 0b:38:58 99bf  xor 8001 338d P1 xor 40 02
MSF: 09:38:63 Q-Data: 410101 09:36:73 00 09:38:6b fe96  xor 8001 0553 P3 xor 10 08
MSF: 09:41:59 Q-Data: 410101 0b:39:59 00 49:41:59 540d  xor 8001 fd4f P1 xor 02 40
MSF: 09:41:64 Q-Data: 410101 09:39:24 00 09:41:66 9e67  xor 8001 b12b P3 xor 40 02
MSF: 09:50:62 Q-Data: 410101 09:08:62 00 09:52:62 035a  xor 8001 8c73 P2 xor 40 02
MSF: 09:50:67 Q-Data: 410101 19:48:67 00 01:50:67 70a8  xor 8001 1edb P1 xor 10 08
Number of modified sectors: 32

Someone know what to do and how i should proceed in this case? Any kind of help is appreciated.

I'm still waiting to receive my Plextor drive to dump games, but at least after reading this thread i have tried to get barcodes from my games.
First attempt with my copy of Gran Turismo 2 PAL Disc 2 SCES-12380
Setup with a lamp light and a Samsung scanner.
Image codes are barely readable but i guess it's sufficient.
Codes are different from the one that i can see on http://redump.org/disc/83/
DADC IFPI L555 A0100306121-0202 15 B3
Stamped on disc but unreadable in photo: IFPI 947R
If for you it's good, that's obviously just an example, i can do that for all the other games i have.

user7 wrote:

Welcome Lizard,

Your drive works for dumping PS2 discs (DVD ones only, not indigo-bottomed CDs). You will need a Plextor for PSX discs and other CD-Roms.

Dumping guides are here http://wiki.redump.org/index.php?title=Dumping-Guides

Fine, at least I know that I can start doing some work with PS2 DVDs, i'll be checking out the guides on the wiki page. Now I only need to find a Plextor drive, searching on eBay the sellers asks more than 100€ for a compatible drive (damn, what's so special about these cd drives?)