Please also post relevant information for Discs 2-6 as replies to this thread - we don't have time to transcribe all of the ringcodes from your scans.
1 2023-03-24 10:52:30
Re: [IBM PC Compatible] Warhammer: Mark of Chaos (Discs 1 - 6) (7 replies, posted in New Dumps)
2 2022-09-09 16:46:06
Re: Account request(PC DUMPS) (2 replies, posted in Guests & account requests)
Hello, i would love to join this project.
I mainly wanna contribute with budget series(main focus is Sold Out Software and Ubisoft eXclusives) and odd titles.
Hey, welcome and thanks for your interest!
Great that you want to contribute - I personally have an interest in UK budget labels so excited to see more on that front.
There are only a couple of people who can approve accounts and they're both very busy so it could take a little while. In the meantime, a lot of the community is active on the VGPC Discord so feel free to join that and chat while you wait for your account to be approved.
3 2021-09-18 12:07:53
Topic: Request for new system option - Pocket PC DVD (0 replies, posted in General discussion)
I have a copy of PocketPC Power-Pack (https://usk.de/usktitle/12597/), a compilation of games and applications for PocketPC published on a DVD. Could DVD be added as an option for Pocket PC submissions please?
4 2021-08-13 22:42:45
Topic: [ADDED] Requesting wiki access (1 replies, posted in Guests & account requests)
Would like wiki access please to be able to help curate some info around undumped IBM PC discs
5 2021-05-20 10:09:05
Re: So, how does everyone here read their ring codes? (6 replies, posted in General discussion)
I tried using a flatbed scanner, but the resolution wasn't high enough (Only does 300 DPI).
My phone was a little better, but getting the right angle was difficult and there were too many reflections.
I ended up going with a 15x handheld magnifying glass with a built in light.
https://www.amazon.com/dp/B08C7KN2YC?ps … ct_details
I use a combination of the smartphone method from this forum post, which works well for 99% of discs I've tried it on so far, plus a cheap loupe with 30x/60x magnification that I picked up from Amazon. That helps to get some of the really tiny mould SID details that a camera won't capture.