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Can confirm CUEsheet issue is fixed with this test release. Same with using the /s 0 flag with /c2. smile Thanks!

FILE "ifd-40x-test (Track 11).bin" BINARY
  TRACK 11 AUDIO
    INDEX 01 00:00:00
FILE "ifd-40x-test (Track 12).bin" BINARY
  TRACK 12 AUDIO
    INDEX 01 00:00:00
FILE "ifd-40x-test (Track 13).bin" BINARY
  TRACK 13 AUDIO
    INDEX 00 00:00:00
    INDEX 01 00:02:05
  TRACK 11 AUDIO
    INDEX 01 63:43:13
  TRACK 12 AUDIO
    INDEX 01 65:45:15
  TRACK 13 AUDIO
    INDEX 00 67:51:12
    INDEX 01 67:53:17

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Ran into this while dumping Incoming Forces: Deliverance. UltraPleX drive CUEsheet is bugged while the PX-760A CUEsheet is correct.

Plextor UltraPleX 40max (PX-40TSi):

.cue

FILE "ifd-final-40x (Track 11).bin" BINARY
  TRACK 11 AUDIO
    INDEX 01 00:00:00
FILE "ifd-final-40x (Track 12).bin" BINARY
  TRACK 12 AUDIO
    INDEX 00 00:00:00
    INDEX 01 254:251:184
FILE "ifd-final-40x (Track 13).bin" BINARY
  TRACK 13 AUDIO
    INDEX 01 00:00:00

_img.cue

  TRACK 11 AUDIO
    INDEX 01 63:43:13
  TRACK 12 AUDIO
    INDEX 00 67:51:12
    INDEX 01 65:45:15
  TRACK 13 AUDIO
    INDEX 01 67:53:17

_disc.txt

========== TOC with pregap ==========
    Track  1, Ctl 4, Mode 2, Index0   -150, Index1      0
    Track  2, Ctl 0, Mode 0, Index0 103651, Index1 103804
    Track  3, Ctl 0, Mode 0,              , Index1 128297
    Track  4, Ctl 0, Mode 0,              , Index1 141411
    Track  5, Ctl 0, Mode 0, Index0 167021, Index1 167043
    Track  6, Ctl 0, Mode 0,              , Index1 180926
    Track  7, Ctl 0, Mode 0,              , Index1 207158
    Track  8, Ctl 0, Mode 0,              , Index1 220659
    Track  9, Ctl 0, Mode 0,              , Index1 247661
    Track 10, Ctl 0, Mode 0,              , Index1 261162
    Track 11, Ctl 0, Mode 0,              , Index1 286738
    Track 12, Ctl 0, Mode 0, Index0 305337, Index1 295890
    Track 13, Ctl 0, Mode 0,              , Index1 305492
    Data Sector, LBA      0 - 103650 (0000000 - 0x194e2)

Plextor PX-760A:

.cue

FILE "ifd-final-760a2 (Track 11).bin" BINARY
  TRACK 11 AUDIO
    INDEX 01 00:00:00
FILE "ifd-final-760a2 (Track 12).bin" BINARY
  TRACK 12 AUDIO
    INDEX 01 00:00:00
FILE "ifd-final-760a2 (Track 13).bin" BINARY
  TRACK 13 AUDIO
    INDEX 00 00:00:00
    INDEX 01 00:02:05

_img.cue

  TRACK 11 AUDIO
    INDEX 01 63:43:13
  TRACK 12 AUDIO
    INDEX 01 65:45:15
  TRACK 13 AUDIO
    INDEX 00 67:51:12
    INDEX 01 67:53:17

_disc.txt

========== TOC with pregap ==========
    Track  1, Ctl 4, Mode 2, Index0   -150, Index1      0
    Track  2, Ctl 0, Mode 0, Index0 103651, Index1 103804
    Track  3, Ctl 0, Mode 0,              , Index1 128297
    Track  4, Ctl 0, Mode 0,              , Index1 141411
    Track  5, Ctl 0, Mode 0, Index0 167021, Index1 167043
    Track  6, Ctl 0, Mode 0,              , Index1 180926
    Track  7, Ctl 0, Mode 0,              , Index1 207158
    Track  8, Ctl 0, Mode 0,              , Index1 220659
    Track  9, Ctl 0, Mode 0,              , Index1 247661
    Track 10, Ctl 0, Mode 0,              , Index1 261162
    Track 11, Ctl 0, Mode 0,              , Index1 286738
    Track 12, Ctl 0, Mode 0,              , Index1 295890
    Track 13, Ctl 0, Mode 0, Index0 305337, Index1 305492
    Data Sector, LBA      0 - 103650 (0000000 - 0x194e2)

Full logs: https://mega.nz/#!fHYQSayI!z1CpWh9qJxdR … tFJAtDa3XQ

Same issue is present in other 2018-era builds.

Bonus: CUEsheets for that same disc in the suspect drive using DiscImageCreator 20170702 (!) - On a hunch. Track 13 Index 00 is off by one frame but otherwise more correct. Used /s 0 flag for the first time (found out it was faster with very old Plextors) and got this. Used the same flag in the latest 20180619 release... program crashed just before it tries to dump the CD with that UltraPleX drive.

.../s 0 flag works without /c2 flag, but it is in pack mode now. Same results as the attached 20170702 CUEsheets.

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Seems to be a regression. Old 20170702 release brings a proper CUEsheet for the UltraPleX 40max drive not using the /s 0 flag. I still have the logs, however.

Game title: Incoming Forces
Game languages: English, French
Version:
Edition: Original
Media: CD
Barcode: 6 77990 10183 5
log files: https://mega.nz/#!PbRk3SRa!jdhYhxtxg-5C … 36lJjy9Ovw
Serial number: CDR7080/US2
Ring code info:
  Mastering Code (laser branding/etched) - MADE IN CANADA *** 952913-001 *
  Mastering SID Code - IFPI L956
  Mould SID Code - IFPI 3G24
  Additional Mould Text - CANADA

Protection: SafeDisc 2.60.052
Errors: 592

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Game title: Incoming Forces: Deliverance
Game languages: English, Spanish, French, German, Italian, Dutch, Swedish, Portuguese
Version:
Edition: Bundle Version OEM
Media: CD
Barcode: N/A
log files: https://mega.nz/#!PGA2xKZQ!Og_v2vz81Bet … sGBu2i_Jxs
Serial number: CD-W982907-CN1YZ
Ring code info:
  Mastering Code (laser branding/etched) - FM \ CA<tab>FM 23027 (MR-W982907-1YZ/IN0010)
  Mastering SID Code - IFPI LG32
  Toolstamp or Mastering Code (engraved/stamped) - C01 M01 S02
  Mould SID Code - IFPI 3V36

Contents: Manual in text format, Word (DOC) format, and Adobe (PDF) format in all listed languages

Notes: Packaged with some graphics cards, usually a GeForce3 Ti 200 variant.

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CD ring code scans and photos here. Just noticed Incoming: The Final Conflict's ring code scan's file name is misspelled and made its way to the archive. tongue

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Submitted so far to the database:

Incoming: The Final Conflict
Incoming (Creative)
Incoming (Early OEM)
Incoming (Late OEM) -> Determined to be a Compaq OEM bundle release
Incoming (Rerelease)
Incoming (AMD 3DNow!)

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Various Incoming Versions

Incoming has many OEM variations; there are probably a few yet to be found. Ironically, most of these were a result of trying to find a version similar to what came with an Acer Aspire desktop machine.


Game title: Incoming
Game languages: English, Spanish, French, German, Italian, Dutch, Swedish, Portuguese
Edition: Bundled Version OEM
Media: CD
Barcode: N/A
log files: https://mega.nz/#!Tb4VkCrS!lwVRn3QHazFo … YmbVTuJ4zU
Serial number: N/A
Ring code info:
  Mastering Code (laser branding/etched) - 1607<tab>:<tab>MODUS MEDIA
  Mastering SID Code - IFPI L126
  Mould SID Code - IFPI 4M01
 
Notes:
  This was probably bundled with some OEM manufacturers' machines. CD has an AMD K6-2 3DNow! logo.
  Non-standard 3:00 pregap, but those 75 sectors are entirely 0x00. [See incoming-amd-3dnow-track02]

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Game title: Incoming
Disc title: Incoming by Rage Software PLC
Game languages: English, Spanish, French, German, Italian, Dutch, Swedish, Portuguese
Edition: Bundled Version OEM
Media: CD
log files: https://mega.nz/#!uahTiawJ!9KsZ9WvKtn3k … kk0_wPo7uk
Serial number: 1713310304
Ring code info:
  Mastering Code (laser branding/etched) - 8C028C<tab>1713310304<tab>Made in USA
  Mastering SID Code - IFPI LA02
  Mould SID Code - IFPI 3R12

Comments:
  Bundled with Creative Labs Voodoo2 12MB
  Early version of the game

Notes:  Non-standard 3:00 pregap, but only 2 sectors of Track02 = noticeable scrambled data, rest is 0x00. [See incoming-creative-track02]

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Game title: Incoming
Game languages: English
Edition: Bundled Version OEM
Media: CD
log files: https://mega.nz/#!qPhljCaZ!Lg0yGo9eZbgP … 95x0-RVO5Y
Serial number: 75000232-100
Ring code info:
  Mastering Code (laser branding/etched) - 4756 MD0040021<tab>S80424-06 T<tab>TD42798 MD0040021<tab>DP 75000232-100
  Mastering SID Code - L809

Notes: Non-standard 3:00 pregap, but those 75 sectors are entirely 0x00. [See incoming-early-oem-track02]

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Game title: Incoming
Game languages: English, Spanish, French, German, Italian, Dutch, Swedish, Portuguese
Edition: Bundled Version OEM
Media: CD
log files: https://mega.nz/#!LCp3GKaR!xxeuKqoGzuGK … bajOIYIS2M
Serial number: N/A
Ring code info:
  Mastering Code (laser branding/etched) - 319360001CPQ R2J<tab>JVC
  Mastering SID Code - IFPI L238
  Toolstamp or Mastering Code (engraved/stamped) - 14
  Mould SID Code - IFPI 4121

Comments: Bundled with Compaq Presario machines

Notes: 319360001 -> 319360-001, a Compaq part number.

This one is submitted, but forgot JVC part in Mastering Code.

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Game title: Incoming
Game languages: English, Spanish, French, German, Italian, Dutch, Swedish, Portuguese
Version:
Edition: Rerelease
Media: CD
Barcode: 6 77990 10183 5
log files: https://mega.nz/#!qHphnaJT!5rEpt7mO9sEt … fF75B2jw0s
Serial number: CDR7080/US2
Ring code info:
  Mastering Code (laser branding/etched) - MADE IN CANADA *** 952917-001 *
  Mastering SID Code - IFPI L956
  Mould SID Code - IFPI 3G24
  Additional Mould Text - CANADA

Comments:
  Packaged with Incoming Forces (USA)

Contents:
  Manual

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Game title: Incoming
Disc title: Incoming: The Final Conflict
Game languages: English
Version:
Edition: Original
Media: CD
Barcode: 6 51337 98301 8, 6 51337 98401 5
log files: https://mega.nz/#!3OwXTQhC!0ZcqpyWM9_Xy … f1hBRAyqwQ
Serial number: 98301
Ring code info:
  Mastering Code (laser branding/etched) - 3097-2-1<tab>ALLIED DT<tab>*XIC-98301*
  Mould SID Code - ifpi 7705

Comments:
  Last sector of Track 1 contains audio silence.

Notes:
  The mould SID code is in lowercase. I actually checked it in magnified form.
  Barcodes are the box version, and the jewel case version (which I have).

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F1ReB4LL wrote:
sarami wrote:

And, system time is buggy. I don't know why didn't get the time correctly. Does your pc work well?

29552/21/111 376:21:50
DiscImageCreator cd f sonic-cd-dino-dic-20180614-760a2\sonic-cd-dino-dic-20180614-760a2.bin 24 /c2 /q 

AmiSapphire's dump, not mine - http://forum.redump.org/post/61565/#p61565

Re: system time

Noticed that yesterday. No clue what happened there, either; system time is correct on the machine. That is a Windows XP SP3 setup, however. Doesn't happen with older DiscImageCreator builds on that machine, either.

The same issue does not occur with the latest 20180614 release on my main Windows 10 Pro x64 install.

Edit: This is reproducible on Mom's aging Dell Latitude D620 running Windows XP SP3. Too lazy to uncover the only Vista laptop in the house to see if this issue exists there.

Edit 2: And... the issue exists on Windows Vista. No Windows 7 test, however. Three machines have Win7, but no optical drive installed in either.

Man, that happened to a BodyWorks CD-ROM I had owned quite a while ago. I pretty much freaked out. The CD was in a pile of other CDs and it was the only one affected. I eventually got rid of it, as I thought it would take out the other CDs.

Those CDs were also in the basement, and it tends to get somewhat humid there at times. I pretty much stopped storing my CDs down there.