1,426

I don't know sg-raw, but the length is always 4098.

FormatCode: 00, Sendable:  No, Readable: Yes, FormatLength: 4098
========== DiscInformationFromPIC ==========
                DiscInformationIdentifier: DI
                    DiscInformationFormat: 01
             NumberOfDIUnitsInEachDIBlock: 08
                         DiscTypeSpecific: 00
    DIUnitSequenceNumber/ContinuationFlag: 00
           NumberOfBytesInUseInThisDIUnit: 20
                       DiscTypeIdentifier: BDO
                   DiscSize/Class/Version: 01
            DIUnitFormatDependentContents: 1101010000000000002ea1ff00100000002ea1fe0000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000
                                   Others: 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1,427

PS4 Kiosk discs (dev discs?) are dumping with different checksums each time.

Logs: https://drive.google.com/open?id=1XxYCa … TmnFAiqa47

1,428

How about other DVD-ROM, BD-ROM, BD-R etc?

1,429

>DVD-Rom

I dumped a PS2 DVD and it matched, so that's fine. Also for whatever release a "DMI.bin" and "PFI.bin" output along with it as if it were an xbox game...

>BD-ROM, BD-R

I don't have any of these / any PS4 retail games to check.

1,430

user7 wrote:

Also for whatever release a "DMI.bin" and "PFI.bin" output along with it

Will most likelly be included to all DVD-based dumps.

PX-760A (+30), PX-W4824TA (+98), GSA-H42L (+667), GDR-8164B (+102), SH-D162D (+6), SOHD-167T (+12)

1,431

I tested some PS3 disc and confirmed these discs matched the db.

user7 wrote:

PS4 Kiosk discs (dev discs?) are dumping with different checksums each time.

Did you try other tool (e.g. isobuster etc.)?

1,432

I dumped with ISO Buster twice, different checksums and different sizes both times, discs are in flawless condition.

1,433

There isn't a bug of both tools, I'm not sure. But your disc is no scratch and it seems there is no problem of your drive.

1. Does this disc have protect?
2. How about other PS4 Kiosk discs (if you have)?
3. And how about the result of the other blu-ray drive (if you have)?

1,434 (edited by user7 2018-06-22 04:18:58)

>1. Does this disc have protect?

I have no idea how to check

>2. How about other PS4 Kiosk discs (if you have)?

Same situation. I have 3 kiosk discs and more coming.

>3. And how about the result of the other blu-ray drive (if you have)?

I have a LITE-ON IHBS112 which is listed as PS4 compatible, this is the only BD-Drive I have.

Here's a file in one of the disc root which seems to be a catalog of the discs contents (not sure if it's useful info): https://pastebin.com/CbwLr4UF

Note: I bought a retail disc on ebay to confirm I can get reliable checksums with that, will help us narrow down the issue.

1,435 (edited by AmiSapphire 2018-06-23 04:13:30)

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.

--

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.

Post's attachments

ifd-20170702-40x.cue 1.19 kb, 1 downloads since 2018-06-22 

ifd-20170702-40x_img.cue 643 b, 1 downloads since 2018-06-22 

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Plextor UltraPLeX PX-40TSi (Offset +676)
2x Plextor PX-760A (Offset +30) - One May 2006 and One June 2006

1,436

AmiSapphire wrote:

UltraPleX drive CUEsheet is bugged

AmiSapphire wrote:

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

Uploaded. http://www.mediafire.com/file/eq80y20l9 … st.7z/file

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
Plextor UltraPLeX PX-40TSi (Offset +676)
2x Plextor PX-760A (Offset +30) - One May 2006 and One June 2006

1,438 (edited by jhmiller 2018-06-24 13:25:45)

I found that DIC crash after the "Checking SubRtoW (Track)" when dumping these 2  Dreamcast games:

NFL BLITZ 2000 (T-9703N USA)

AppVersion
        x86, AnsiBuild, 20180623 112408
CurrentDirectory
        D:\Sistemas\Dreamcast\DC Dumper
WorkingPath
         Argument: T-9703N.bin
         FullPath: D:\Sistemas\Dreamcast\DC Dumper\T-9703N
            Drive: D:
        Directory: \Sistemas\Dreamcast\DC Dumper\
         Filename: T-9703N
        Extension: .bin
StartTime: 2018/06/24(Sun) 11:04:00
[WARNING] /c2 isn't set. The result of dumping may be incorrect if c2 error exists.
This drive can read a data sector at scrambled mode [OpCode: 0xbe, C2flag: 0, SubCode: 0]
This drive can read a data sector at scrambled mode [OpCode: 0xbe, C2flag: 0, SubCode: 1]
This drive can read a data sector at scrambled mode [OpCode: 0xbe, C2flag: 0, SubCode: 2]
LBA[045000, 0x0afc8]: [F:ExecSearchingOffset][L:114]
        Opcode: 0xbe
        ScsiStatus: 0x02 = CHECK_CONDITION
        SenseData Key-Asc-Ascq: 05-24-00 = ILLEGAL_REQUEST - INVALID FIELD IN CDB
lpCmd: be, 04, 00, 00, af, c8, 00, 00, 01, f8, 04, 00
dwBufSize: 2448
Couldn't read a data sector at scrambled mode [OpCode: 0xbe, C2flag: 0, SubCode: 4]
Checking SubQ adr (Track)  5/ 5
Checking SubRtoW (Track)  5/ 5

Virtua Tennis (51054 USA)

AppVersion
        x86, AnsiBuild, 20180623 112408
CurrentDirectory
        D:\Sistemas\Dreamcast\DC Dumper
WorkingPath
         Argument: 51054.bin
         FullPath: D:\Sistemas\Dreamcast\DC Dumper\51054
            Drive: D:
        Directory: \Sistemas\Dreamcast\DC Dumper\
         Filename: 51054
        Extension: .bin
StartTime: 2018/06/24(Sun) 11:19:44
[WARNING] /c2 isn't set. The result of dumping may be incorrect if c2 error exists.
This drive can read a data sector at scrambled mode [OpCode: 0xbe, C2flag: 0, SubCode: 0]
This drive can read a data sector at scrambled mode [OpCode: 0xbe, C2flag: 0, SubCode: 1]
This drive can read a data sector at scrambled mode [OpCode: 0xbe, C2flag: 0, SubCode: 2]
LBA[045000, 0x0afc8]: [F:ExecSearchingOffset][L:114]
        Opcode: 0xbe
        ScsiStatus: 0x02 = CHECK_CONDITION
        SenseData Key-Asc-Ascq: 05-24-00 = ILLEGAL_REQUEST - INVALID FIELD IN CDB
lpCmd: be, 04, 00, 00, af, c8, 00, 00, 01, f8, 04, 00
dwBufSize: 2448
Couldn't read a data sector at scrambled mode [OpCode: 0xbe, C2flag: 0, SubCode: 4]
Checking SubQ adr (Track)  3/ 3
Checking SubRtoW (Track)  3/ 3

I do not know if it's important but I've noticed that these 2 games have an offset of -12 on the HDA.


Edit:
Another two with the same behaviour, and too with an offset of -12:
Conflict Zone (T-17721N USA)
Evolution - The World of Sacred Device (T-17706N USA)

Post's attachments

NFL Blitz 2000 (T-9703N) DIC files HDA - BAD.rar 15.92 kb, 4 downloads since 2018-06-24 

Virtua Tennis (51054) DIC files HDA - BAD.rar 15.9 kb, 3 downloads since 2018-06-24 

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1,439

jhmiller wrote:

I do not know if it's important but I've noticed that these 2 games have an offset of -12 on the HDA.


Edit:
Another two with the same behaviour, and too with an offset of -12:

My other offset disc is no problem, so the problem is perhaps the offset of -12. Plz wait until I get the offset disc.

1,440

Another two with the same behaviour, and too with an offset of -12:
Deep Fighter (T-17705N USA) Disc 1 and Disc 2
F1 World Grand Prix (51030 USA)

There is definitely an error with offset -12
All the others games that I have dumped today, have gone well:
Razor Freestyle Scooter (T-40219N) +13
World Series Baseball 2K1 (51055) -432
Sega Marine Fishing (51096) +13
Centipede (T-40602N) -336
The Next Tetris - On-Line Edition (T-40214N) +13
Ultimate Fighting Championship (T-40204N Usa) +13

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1,441

Thanks report. Btw, how about other offsets (especially from -13 to -99) e.g. http://redump.org/disc/45789/

1,442

Advanced Daisenryaku 2001 (HDR-0158) chash too

AppVersion
        x86, AnsiBuild, 20180623 112408
CurrentDirectory
        D:\Sistemas\Dreamcast\DC Dumper
WorkingPath
         Argument: HDR-0158.bin
         FullPath: D:\Sistemas\Dreamcast\DC Dumper\HDR-0158
            Drive: D:
        Directory: \Sistemas\Dreamcast\DC Dumper\
         Filename: HDR-0158
        Extension: .bin
StartTime: 2018/06/25(Mon) 08:39:15
[WARNING] /c2 isn't set. The result of dumping may be incorrect if c2 error exists.
This drive can read a data sector at scrambled mode [OpCode: 0xbe, C2flag: 0, SubCode: 0]
This drive can read a data sector at scrambled mode [OpCode: 0xbe, C2flag: 0, SubCode: 1]
This drive can read a data sector at scrambled mode [OpCode: 0xbe, C2flag: 0, SubCode: 2]
LBA[045000, 0x0afc8]: [F:ExecSearchingOffset][L:114]
        Opcode: 0xbe
        ScsiStatus: 0x02 = CHECK_CONDITION
        SenseData Key-Asc-Ascq: 05-24-00 = ILLEGAL_REQUEST - INVALID FIELD IN CDB
lpCmd: be, 04, 00, 00, af, c8, 00, 00, 01, f8, 04, 00
dwBufSize: 2448
Couldn't read a data sector at scrambled mode [OpCode: 0xbe, C2flag: 0, SubCode: 4]
Checking SubQ adr (Track)  3/ 3
Checking SubRtoW (Track)  3/ 3
Reading DirectoryRecord    2/  18
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1,443

Uploaded test version.
I tested http://redump.org/disc/40278/ and could dump it until the end.

1,444 (edited by jhmiller 2018-06-28 21:46:32)

Dumped OK:
F1 World Grand Prix (51030 USA)
Deep Fighter (T-17705N USA) Disc 1
Deep Fighter (T-17705N USA) Disc 2
Advanced Daisenryaku 2001 (HDR-0158)
Evolution - The World of Sacred Device (T-17706N USA)

Testing now with the others.

Edit:

All dumped OK :
Centipede (T-40602N)
Championship Surfer (T-41402D-50)
Conflict Zone (T-17721N)
NFL Blitz 2000 (T-9703N)
Razor Freestyle Scooter (T-40219N)
Ready 2 Rumble Boxing Round 2 (T-9717N)
Sega Marine Fishing (51096)
The Next Tetris - On-Line Edition (T-40214N)
Ultimate Fighting Championship (T-40204N Usa)
Virtua Tennis (51054)
World Series Baseball 2K1 (51055)
WWF Attitude (T-8103N Usa)

Thanks sarami !!!

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1,445

Uploaded test version.
- added: support CSS authentication of DVD
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CSS.exe is needed. Please download and put exe into Release_ANSI directory of DIC.
https://github.com/saramibreak/CSS/releases

1,446 (edited by darksabre76 2018-07-05 23:16:21)

Quick question: What is the purpose of /ss ? I know that it scans every single sector looking for copy protection, but it seems like the only place that finds protection is at LBA -1, which seems to be covered anyway. Are there forms of protection that are on other sectors that I'm unaware of (seems like the most likely option)? And is the output of that scan stored somewhere if it finds something?

1,447 (edited by darksabre76 2018-07-05 23:44:09)

Also, one other question that might fall into the realm of "is that possible?" - would it be viable to have the GD-ROM dumping mode automatically use a known hacked TOC instead of requiring the disc to be swapped out? Or is it impossible to skip over getting the TOC before reading the disc? I only ask because that swap trick, though seemingly consistent for those who can get it to work, has never worked for me, and an easier solution would be welcome, if at all possible.

1,448

darksabre76 wrote:

What is the purpose of /ss ?

For this.
http://forum.redump.org/post/55333/#p55333

sarami wrote:

VobProtectCD
http://redump.org/disc/42648/

I bought this. This is surely VobProtectCD (wiggles.exe). But this disc is almost compressed by a specific archive (archive.bin). So this can't be also detected by ProtectionID, A-RAY scanner.
To detect:
1. decompress archive, but it's difficult.
2. read main channel and search the invalid sync ("00 FF 00 FF ...")

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darksabre76 wrote:

would it be viable to have the GD-ROM dumping mode automatically use a known hacked TOC instead of requiring the disc to be swapped out? Or is it impossible to skip over getting the TOC before reading the disc?

It is important for drive not to get the hacked TOC but to recognize the data disc as audio disc.

Thanks for the responses Sarami! Okay, knew it was probably some protection I didn't know about.

And I'm guessing for the GD-ROM stuff, that's why it has to be swapped. Unfortunate, but makes sense.

1,450 (edited by sarami 2018-07-08 14:48:53)

Updated DIC and CSS
- added output key to file
http://www.mediafire.com/file/eq80y20l9 … st.7z/file
https://github.com/saramibreak/CSS/releases

EDIT
- fixed: disc log of DVD (Region)