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Nexy wrote:

What would I check with cdtoimg when it cannot dump safedisc?

This.

Nexy wrote:

the first bad MSF sector has an ecc/edc error and the additional blocks the sync is shifted over in the blocks by 16 bytes, where the first 16 bytes are some random bytes or from the previous sector.

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I'm going to try it with another drive first, I think this is a firmware problem with the 716.

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I have confirmed that PX-716SA has a firmware bug, FatArnold also has a PX-716A.

Hegemonia dumps fine with 4824TA and 5224TA.

This needs to be noted.

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@sarami did you receive the Bleemcast discs? http://forum.redump.org/topic/21597/how … ast-discs/

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http://forum.redump.org/topic/23179/som … or-expert/

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XTac Had same safedisc issue with PX-760a and an OEM version of Need For Speed Porsche 2000. Disc dumped fine with premium.

Not sure if this is DIC or firmware.

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sarami wrote:
F1ReB4LL wrote:

Still doesn't work properly.

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

Works in this version, hope it won't get broken again smile

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/vn     Search specific bytes
For VideoNow
val     insert empty bytes in the head of the 1st track if value is set

What does that mean? It shouldn't insert bytes, it should be treated like a forced offset. /vn 18032 should be equal to /a -4508.

And 18032 should be the default value (if no value is set after "/vn").

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I'll fix it like this

val    Combined offset is shifted for negative direction if positive value is set
F1ReB4LL wrote:

And 18032 should be the default value

No.
I created PVDTools(https://github.com/saramibreak/PVDTools) to decode VideoNow disc.
Please decode your VideoNow disc, using this tool.

Some reasons, VideoNow player may require 18032 zero bytes in the head of the 1st track, but it is obvious that "e1 e1 e1 01 e1 e1 e1 00" (black&white disc) is the head of the 1st track as the disc format.

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sarami wrote:

Some reasons, VideoNow player may require 18032 zero bytes in the head of the 1st track, but it is obvious that "e1 e1 e1 01 e1 e1 e1 00" (black&white disc) is the head of the 1st track as the disc format.

Could you explain that? What offset should be used for the B&W discs, for the Color discs, for the Jr. discs, for the XP discs?

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http://forum.redump.org/post/71739/#p71739 -- what do you think about "Assassin's Creed - Brotherhood (Japan) (Premium Disc)"? How can it have CSS, but no protected files?

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Any word on that safedisc switch? I would really like to examine these sectors without having to fix the disc offset.

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F1ReB4LL wrote:

Could you explain that? What offset should be used for the B&W discs, for the Color discs, for the Jr. discs, for the XP discs?

http://www.mediafire.com/file/zsdsslyhq … 29.7z/file
If /vn 18032 is set, wav file isn't decoded properly and the last frame of previous track appears to the 1st frame of current track.

F1ReB4LL wrote:

How can it have CSS, but no protected files?

1. How about other app (DVDDecrypter, AnyDVD)?
2. Before execute CSS.exe, try to copy VTS_xx_x.VOB to any directory. If "Copy protection error" dialog shows, CSS exists.

Nexy wrote:

Any word on that safedisc switch?

Do not use EccEdc.exe (move to other directory or rename app name).

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OK, wish you had said so before.

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sarami wrote:

If /vn 18032 is set, wav file isn't decoded properly and the last frame of previous track appears to the 1st frame of current track.

How to find out the proper offset for each disc, then? Can DIC autodetect it? We have 4 dumpers waiting for a proper VideoNow dumping solution (and we still need to add your own dumps, so, 5 dumpers total).

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F1ReB4LL wrote:

How to find out the proper offset for each disc, then?

1st non zero bytes are here.

            // VideoNow Color Jr. XP
            CONST BYTE aVideoNowBytes[] = {
                0x81, 0xe3, 0xe3, 0xc7, 0xc7, 0x81, 0x81, 0xe3,
            };
            // VideoNow B&W
            CONST BYTE aVideoNowBytesOrg[] = {
                0xe1, 0xe1, 0xe1, 0x01, 0xe1, 0xe1, 0xe1, 0x00,
            };
F1ReB4LL wrote:

Can DIC autodetect it?

Yes.

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sarami wrote:
F1ReB4LL wrote:

Can DIC autodetect it?

Yes.

"/vn" without val for autodetection?

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F1ReB4LL wrote:

"/vn" without val for autodetection?

Yes.

1,969 (edited by Nexy 2019-07-26 09:29:53)

the /r command is in the audio section in the source instead of the data section, can you fix that? I'm trying to do some backwards dumping of a Tages CD. Could you add that option to DVD as well?

Also the SafeDisc sectors are fully readable other than the byte 312 error, I need to do some test reads of them many times to see if they differ at all, but I think they don't and this is a false error. The EDC/ECC is always showing errors. Only question I have is does the drive make up any data after this byte or is it actually good as well.

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https://drive.google.com/file/d/1t_nCkh … sp=sharing

Sarami, here is an unlicensed PS2 disc that does not work with /sf flag. I wonder if there are any clues for getting this one to dump? I have been buying many unlicensed PS2 discs lately, some of them behave very strangely, others dump fine with /sf.

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SmartE sectors seem to have corrupt MSF only, there are no C2 errors when dumping the sectors. I will try also reading these discs backwards to see if there is twin sector protection when it's possible.

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1,972 (edited by LuxKiller65 2019-07-27 09:48:29)

Running Windows 7 64 bit, DICUI 1.13when I press the "Start Dumping", Windows error message "DICUI has stopped working" appears every time. When I press "Close the program", the dumping process starts... so I'm not sure if the dumping is proceeding correctly or not.

I have NET Framework 4.8 and ms visual c++ redist 2005, 2008, 2010, 2013 and 2015-2019
(both 32 and 64 bit)

1,973 (edited by reentrant 2019-07-27 17:53:29)

I have some multisession discs and I wanted to check those. I don't understand one thing. I made a DIC dump few months ago and got:

========== FULL TOC ==========
    FirstCompleteSession: 1
     LastCompleteSession: 2
    Session 1, Ctl 0, Adr 1, Point 0xa0, FirstTrack  1, Format: CD-DA or CD-ROM
    Session 1, Ctl 0, Adr 1, Point 0xa1,  LastTrack  1
    Session 1, Ctl 0, Adr 1, Point 0xa2,      Lead-out, MSF 25:22:08 (LBA[114158, 0x1bdee])
    Session 1, Ctl 0, Adr 1, Point 0x01,      Track  1, MSF 00:02:00 (LBA[000150, 0x00096])
    Session 1, Ctl 0, Adr 5, Point 0xb0,   NextSession, MSF 27:52:08 (LBA[125408, 0x1e9e0])
                        Outermost Lead-out of the disc, MSF 78:32:36 (LBA[353436, 0x5649c])
                             Num of pointers in Mode 5, 02
    Session 1, Ctl 0, Adr 5, Point 0xc0, Optimum recording power, 00
                             First Lead-in of the disc, MSF 95:00:00 (LBA[427500, 0x685ec])
    Session 2, Ctl 4, Adr 1, Point 0xa0, FirstTrack  2, Format: CD-ROM-XA
    Session 2, Ctl 4, Adr 1, Point 0xa1,  LastTrack  2
    Session 2, Ctl 4, Adr 1, Point 0xa2,      Lead-out, MSF 78:32:36 (LBA[353436, 0x5649c])
    Session 2, Ctl 4, Adr 1, Point 0x02,      Track  2, MSF 27:54:08 (LBA[125558, 0x1ea76])
========== OpCode[0xd8]: SubCode[8]: Track[01]: Check CD + G ==========
    <rom name="Max_Kids_2_2009 (Track 1).bin" size="268146816" crc="d9189fa7" md5="384c32d53e044f977495d82e9a3230dc" sha1="d4cefd6d597221813663c784b2cbe5fe79e32013" />
    <rom name="Max_Kids_2_2009 (Track 2).bin" size="535969056" crc="72a7f75c" md5="e2c0fd53846c600c740c458faf567e9a" sha1="7e21e6515863c0acc380411753049a42abec1070" />

Now I redumped the disc with newest DIC from git and got:

========== FULL TOC ==========
    FirstCompleteSession: 1
     LastCompleteSession: 2
    Session 1, Ctl 0, Adr 1, Point 0xa0, FirstTrack  1, Format: CD-DA or CD-ROM
    Session 1, Ctl 0, Adr 1, Point 0xa1,  LastTrack  1
    Session 1, Ctl 0, Adr 1, Point 0xa2,      Lead-out, AMSF 25:22:08 (LBA[114008, 0x1bd58])
    Session 1, Ctl 0, Adr 1, Point 0x01,      Track  1, AMSF 00:02:00 (LBA[000000, 0000000])
    Session 1, Ctl 0, Adr 5, Point 0xb0,   NextSession, AMSF 27:52:08 (LBA[125258, 0x1e94a])
                        Outermost Lead-out of the disc, AMSF 78:32:36 (LBA[353286, 0x56406])
                             Num of pointers in Mode 5, 02
    Session 1, Ctl 0, Adr 5, Point 0xc0, Optimum recording power, 00
                             First Lead-in of the disc, AMSF 95:00:00 (LBA[427350, 0x68556])
    Session 2, Ctl 4, Adr 1, Point 0xa0, FirstTrack  2, Format: CD-ROM-XA
    Session 2, Ctl 4, Adr 1, Point 0xa1,  LastTrack  2
    Session 2, Ctl 4, Adr 1, Point 0xa2,      Lead-out, AMSF 78:32:36 (LBA[353286, 0x56406])
    Session 2, Ctl 4, Adr 1, Point 0x02,      Track  2, AMSF 27:54:08 (LBA[125408, 0x1e9e0])
========== OpCode[0xd8]: SubCode[8]: Track[01]: Check CD + G ==========
    <rom name="Max_Kids_2_2009 (Track 1).bin" size="268499616" crc="b67cbbb8" md5="38c83f38723a04a7aaa9588b63ae5912" sha1="6ce9fa394be0b87f1d2e862794b0a0bf1e480c0b" />
    <rom name="Max_Kids_2_2009 (Track 2).bin" size="535969056" crc="72a7f75c" md5="e2c0fd53846c600c740c458faf567e9a" sha1="7e21e6515863c0acc380411753049a42abec1070" />

First track in 2nd dump is bigger by 150 sectors, is it expected that old vs new dumps are different?

New Cue:

REM SESSION 01
FILE "Max_Kids_2_2009 (Track 1).bin" BINARY
  TRACK 01 AUDIO
    INDEX 01 00:00:00
REM LEAD-OUT 00:00:00
REM SESSION 02
REM LEAD-IN 00:00:00
REM PREGAP 00:00:00
FILE "Max_Kids_2_2009 (Track 2).bin" BINARY
  TRACK 02 MODE2/2352
    INDEX 01 00:00:00

Old Cue:

FILE "Max_Kids_2_2009 (Track 1).bin" BINARY
  REM SESSION 01
  TRACK 01 AUDIO
    INDEX 01 00:00:00
FILE "Max_Kids_2_2009 (Track 2).bin" BINARY
  REM LEAD-OUT 25:20:08
  REM SESSION 02
  TRACK 02 MODE2/2352
    INDEX 01 00:00:00

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What version of Visual Studio are you compiling under.

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I've been working on dumping some DVD-Video discs recently, but I can't extract any of the title keys using CSS. Everytime, whether ran by DIC or individually, this error is thrown.

[F:ExecReadDisc][L:150] GetLastError: 1450, Insufficient system resources exist to complete the requested service.

lpCmd: a8, 00, 00, 00, 01, 05, 00, 00, 00, 02, 00, 00
dwBufSize: 4096

From there, the log only prints the AllDiscKeys, PlayerKey, and DecryptedDiscKey fields, with nothing more.

AllDiscKeys ((40 bits per 1 key) * 409 keys)
[001]: A8 1E FB 8D 8E
[002]: AC FD 70 D0 86 [003]: C7 E7 A9 78 93 [004]: DD E1 B4 68 33 [005]: B7 CC EC 2A 07
[006]: 12 EB 5C 6B 4E [007]: 8F 0F 5D 25 8B [008]: 10 7E D3 E4 0F [009]: A2 8A 3C C6 FA
[010]: 14 1D 28 A6 D0 [011]: B4 14 C1 E3 65 [012]: 5A 36 55 62 A4 [013]: F0 40 D9 8D E2
[014]: 7F BF 4C C5 8E [015]: 02 8B 91 30 50 [016]: 2E B2 2F 4B 2E [017]: 65 D0 50 E6 36
[018]: 5E 7A FE 7D CA [019]: FE 62 80 9A 80 [020]: 01 5D 24 5E 36 [021]: 4E 37 F3 85 FF
[022]: 59 D9 1E E6 ED [023]: 13 A5 3B 25 41 [024]: 5D 4E 7A 11 A0 [025]: 00 15 E6 74 1C
[026]: 6F 82 7C E3 9C [027]: 23 2F 98 6F 7C [028]: D4 CB C8 F5 A9 [029]: BB 18 33 85 0D
[030]: 67 5E A6 0A 31 [031]: 3A 0F CE D6 45 [032]: 5B CC 68 4C 26 [033]: EA 22 30 E0 07
[034]: 65 D0 50 E6 36 [035]: 23 2F 98 6F 7C [036]: D4 CB C8 F5 A9 [037]: DD E1 B4 68 33
[038]: 14 1D 28 A6 D0 [039]: C7 E7 A9 78 93 [040]: EA 22 30 E0 07 [041]: B4 14 C1 E3 65
[042]: A2 8A 3C C6 FA [043]: 67 5E A6 0A 31 [044]: 8F 0F 5D 25 8B [045]: DD E1 B4 68 33
[046]: 6F 82 7C E3 9C [047]: B7 CC EC 2A 07 [048]: EA 22 30 E0 07 [049]: 65 D0 50 E6 36
[050]: AC FD 70 D0 86 [051]: 5A 36 55 62 A4 [052]: D4 CB C8 F5 A9 [053]: 12 EB 5C 6B 4E
[054]: D4 CB C8 F5 A9 [055]: A2 8A 3C C6 FA [056]: F0 40 D9 8D E2 [057]: B7 CC EC 2A 07
[058]: AC FD 70 D0 86 [059]: C7 E7 A9 78 93 [060]: DD E1 B4 68 33 [061]: 02 8B 91 30 50
[062]: B7 CC EC 2A 07 [063]: 02 8B 91 30 50 [064]: 14 1D 28 A6 D0 [065]: 4E 37 F3 85 FF
[066]: 10 7E D3 E4 0F [067]: B7 CC EC 2A 07 [068]: 13 A5 3B 25 41 [069]: 2E B2 2F 4B 2E
[070]: 12 EB 5C 6B 4E [071]: 13 A5 3B 25 41 [072]: 00 15 E6 74 1C [073]: F0 40 D9 8D E2
[074]: FE 62 80 9A 80 [075]: 67 5E A6 0A 31 [076]: 2E B2 2F 4B 2E [077]: B4 14 C1 E3 65
[078]: EA 22 30 E0 07 [079]: 02 8B 91 30 50 [080]: 8F 0F 5D 25 8B [081]: 67 5E A6 0A 31
[082]: 00 15 E6 74 1C [083]: EA 22 30 E0 07 [084]: AC FD 70 D0 86 [085]: 01 5D 24 5E 36
[086]: 10 7E D3 E4 0F [087]: 7F BF 4C C5 8E [088]: 13 A5 3B 25 41 [089]: 10 7E D3 E4 0F
[090]: 02 8B 91 30 50 [091]: 00 15 E6 74 1C [092]: 59 D9 1E E6 ED [093]: 5E 7A FE 7D CA
[094]: 12 EB 5C 6B 4E [095]: 67 5E A6 0A 31 [096]: B7 CC EC 2A 07 [097]: 5A 36 55 62 A4
[098]: EA 22 30 E0 07 [099]: 23 2F 98 6F 7C [100]: 6F 82 7C E3 9C [101]: B7 CC EC 2A 07
[102]: 2E B2 2F 4B 2E [103]: 65 D0 50 E6 36 [104]: 67 5E A6 0A 31 [105]: EA 22 30 E0 07
[106]: F0 40 D9 8D E2 [107]: 3A 0F CE D6 45 [108]: B4 14 C1 E3 65 [109]: F0 40 D9 8D E2
[110]: 5A 36 55 62 A4 [111]: 2E B2 2F 4B 2E [112]: A2 8A 3C C6 FA [113]: DD E1 B4 68 33
[114]: 7B 0E EB 64 24 [115]: A2 8A 3C C6 FA [116]: 59 D9 1E E6 ED [117]: 4E 37 F3 85 FF
[118]: DD E1 B4 68 33 [119]: B4 14 C1 E3 65 [120]: BB 18 33 85 0D [121]: AC FD 70 D0 86
[122]: 7F BF 4C C5 8E [123]: 65 D0 50 E6 36 [124]: FE 62 80 9A 80 [125]: 12 EB 5C 6B 4E
[126]: F0 40 D9 8D E2 [127]: 4E 37 F3 85 FF [128]: 2E B2 2F 4B 2E [129]: F0 40 D9 8D E2
[130]: 02 8B 91 30 50 [131]: 10 7E D3 E4 0F [132]: 2E B2 2F 4B 2E [133]: BB 18 33 85 0D
[134]: 13 A5 3B 25 41 [135]: 3A 0F CE D6 45 [136]: BB 18 33 85 0D [137]: AC FD 70 D0 86
[138]: D4 CB C8 F5 A9 [139]: 12 EB 5C 6B 4E [140]: F0 40 D9 8D E2 [141]: 8F 0F 5D 25 8B
[142]: 01 5D 24 5E 36 [143]: 02 8B 91 30 50 [144]: A2 8A 3C C6 FA [145]: AC FD 70 D0 86
[146]: D4 CB C8 F5 A9 [147]: BB 18 33 85 0D [148]: 13 A5 3B 25 41 [149]: 01 5D 24 5E 36
[150]: 12 EB 5C 6B 4E [151]: 5E 7A FE 7D CA [152]: 2E B2 2F 4B 2E [153]: 12 EB 5C 6B 4E
[154]: EA 22 30 E0 07 [155]: 5E 7A FE 7D CA [156]: 14 1D 28 A6 D0 [157]: 5A 36 55 62 A4
[158]: 59 D9 1E E6 ED [159]: 5D 4E 7A 11 A0 [160]: 13 A5 3B 25 41 [161]: C7 E7 A9 78 93
[162]: 67 5E A6 0A 31 [163]: 12 EB 5C 6B 4E [164]: 67 5E A6 0A 31 [165]: FE 62 80 9A 80
[166]: C7 E7 A9 78 93 [167]: 00 15 E6 74 1C [168]: FE 62 80 9A 80 [169]: 67 5E A6 0A 31
[170]: BB 18 33 85 0D [171]: 3A 0F CE D6 45 [172]: C7 E7 A9 78 93 [173]: 2E B2 2F 4B 2E
[174]: 65 D0 50 E6 36 [175]: 14 1D 28 A6 D0 [176]: 2E B2 2F 4B 2E [177]: B4 14 C1 E3 65
[178]: B7 CC EC 2A 07 [179]: 5B CC 68 4C 26 [180]: 00 15 E6 74 1C [181]: A2 8A 3C C6 FA
[182]: 4E 37 F3 85 FF [183]: 8F 0F 5D 25 8B [184]: F0 40 D9 8D E2 [185]: 01 5D 24 5E 36
[186]: 12 EB 5C 6B 4E [187]: 13 A5 3B 25 41 [188]: 3A 0F CE D6 45 [189]: 00 15 E6 74 1C
[190]: B4 14 C1 E3 65 [191]: 01 5D 24 5E 36 [192]: 6F 82 7C E3 9C [193]: 8F 0F 5D 25 8B
[194]: 7F BF 4C C5 8E [195]: 13 A5 3B 25 41 [196]: 5D 4E 7A 11 A0 [197]: 6F 82 7C E3 9C
[198]: 7F BF 4C C5 8E [199]: A2 8A 3C C6 FA [200]: 59 D9 1E E6 ED [201]: 14 1D 28 A6 D0
[202]: 12 EB 5C 6B 4E [203]: 13 A5 3B 25 41 [204]: 5D 4E 7A 11 A0 [205]: 59 D9 1E E6 ED
[206]: 3A 0F CE D6 45 [207]: 12 EB 5C 6B 4E [208]: 3A 0F CE D6 45 [209]: AC FD 70 D0 86
[210]: 14 1D 28 A6 D0 [211]: 59 D9 1E E6 ED [212]: A2 8A 3C C6 FA [213]: BB 18 33 85 0D
[214]: 23 2F 98 6F 7C [215]: 01 5D 24 5E 36 [216]: 2E B2 2F 4B 2E [217]: 3A 0F CE D6 45
[218]: 8F 0F 5D 25 8B [219]: F0 40 D9 8D E2 [220]: 13 A5 3B 25 41 [221]: 3A 0F CE D6 45
[222]: 02 8B 91 30 50 [223]: 4E 37 F3 85 FF [224]: 59 D9 1E E6 ED [225]: DD E1 B4 68 33
[226]: 4E 37 F3 85 FF [227]: 7F BF 4C C5 8E [228]: 65 D0 50 E6 36 [229]: 5E 7A FE 7D CA
[230]: AC FD 70 D0 86 [231]: B4 14 C1 E3 65 [232]: 13 A5 3B 25 41 [233]: 4E 37 F3 85 FF
[234]: 02 8B 91 30 50 [235]: B4 14 C1 E3 65 [236]: 01 5D 24 5E 36 [237]: FE 62 80 9A 80
[238]: 10 7E D3 E4 0F [239]: 65 D0 50 E6 36 [240]: 23 2F 98 6F 7C [241]: BB 18 33 85 0D
[242]: 23 2F 98 6F 7C [243]: 59 D9 1E E6 ED [244]: F0 40 D9 8D E2 [245]: B7 CC EC 2A 07
[246]: 01 5D 24 5E 36 [247]: 5E 7A FE 7D CA [248]: A2 8A 3C C6 FA [249]: 5B CC 68 4C 26
[250]: F0 40 D9 8D E2 [251]: 59 D9 1E E6 ED [252]: FE 62 80 9A 80 [253]: EA 22 30 E0 07
[254]: 00 15 E6 74 1C [255]: D4 CB C8 F5 A9 [256]: 10 7E D3 E4 0F [257]: EA 22 30 E0 07
[258]: 3A 0F CE D6 45 [259]: EA 22 30 E0 07 [260]: AC FD 70 D0 86 [261]: 5A 36 55 62 A4
[262]: 14 1D 28 A6 D0 [263]: 01 5D 24 5E 36 [264]: BB 18 33 85 0D [265]: 65 D0 50 E6 36
[266]: 5A 36 55 62 A4 [267]: 3A 0F CE D6 45 [268]: 5A 36 55 62 A4 [269]: 5B CC 68 4C 26
[270]: 14 1D 28 A6 D0 [271]: 02 8B 91 30 50 [272]: EA 22 30 E0 07 [273]: 6F 82 7C E3 9C
[274]: BB 18 33 85 0D [275]: 00 15 E6 74 1C [276]: 5D 4E 7A 11 A0 [277]: 10 7E D3 E4 0F
[278]: 7F BF 4C C5 8E [279]: A2 8A 3C C6 FA [280]: 10 7E D3 E4 0F [281]: B7 CC EC 2A 07
[282]: C7 E7 A9 78 93 [283]: FE 62 80 9A 80 [284]: B4 14 C1 E3 65 [285]: AC FD 70 D0 86
[286]: 3A 0F CE D6 45 [287]: 10 7E D3 E4 0F [288]: 5E 7A FE 7D CA [289]: 59 D9 1E E6 ED
[290]: 5E 7A FE 7D CA [291]: B7 CC EC 2A 07 [292]: 67 5E A6 0A 31 [293]: 02 8B 91 30 50
[294]: 01 5D 24 5E 36 [295]: 5A 36 55 62 A4 [296]: D4 CB C8 F5 A9 [297]: 00 15 E6 74 1C
[298]: 67 5E A6 0A 31 [299]: 4E 37 F3 85 FF [300]: B4 14 C1 E3 65 [301]: 00 15 E6 74 1C
[302]: 23 2F 98 6F 7C [303]: FE 62 80 9A 80 [304]: DD E1 B4 68 33 [305]: 5E 7A FE 7D CA
[306]: 5B CC 68 4C 26 [307]: 02 8B 91 30 50 [308]: FE 62 80 9A 80 [309]: 5A 36 55 62 A4
[310]: C7 E7 A9 78 93 [311]: 5B CC 68 4C 26 [312]: BB 18 33 85 0D [313]: C7 E7 A9 78 93
[314]: 65 D0 50 E6 36 [315]: C7 E7 A9 78 93 [316]: 6F 82 7C E3 9C [317]: 23 2F 98 6F 7C
[318]: 67 5E A6 0A 31 [319]: 65 D0 50 E6 36 [320]: 01 5D 24 5E 36 [321]: DD E1 B4 68 33
[322]: B4 14 C1 E3 65 [323]: 6F 82 7C E3 9C [324]: BB 18 33 85 0D [325]: 14 1D 28 A6 D0
[326]: D4 CB C8 F5 A9 [327]: 5A 36 55 62 A4 [328]: 5D 4E 7A 11 A0 [329]: D4 CB C8 F5 A9
[330]: 6F 82 7C E3 9C [331]: 14 1D 28 A6 D0 [332]: DD E1 B4 68 33 [333]: B7 CC EC 2A 07
[334]: 5D 4E 7A 11 A0 [335]: FE 62 80 9A 80 [336]: 65 D0 50 E6 36 [337]: AC FD 70 D0 86
[338]: D4 CB C8 F5 A9 [339]: 14 1D 28 A6 D0 [340]: DD E1 B4 68 33 [341]: 6F 82 7C E3 9C
[342]: 4E 37 F3 85 FF [343]: 8F 0F 5D 25 8B [344]: 00 15 E6 74 1C [345]: 8F 0F 5D 25 8B
[346]: 23 2F 98 6F 7C [347]: 10 7E D3 E4 0F [348]: 4E 37 F3 85 FF [349]: DD E1 B4 68 33
[350]: 23 2F 98 6F 7C [351]: A2 8A 3C C6 FA [352]: D4 CB C8 F5 A9 [353]: 5D 4E 7A 11 A0
[354]: 7F BF 4C C5 8E [355]: 10 7E D3 E4 0F [356]: FE 62 80 9A 80 [357]: C7 E7 A9 78 93
[358]: 23 2F 98 6F 7C [359]: 4E 37 F3 85 FF [360]: 59 D9 1E E6 ED [361]: 5B CC 68 4C 26
[362]: 5D 4E 7A 11 A0 [363]: 5E 7A FE 7D CA [364]: 5A 36 55 62 A4 [365]: 6F 82 7C E3 9C
[366]: 7F BF 4C C5 8E [367]: 5D 4E 7A 11 A0 [368]: 5B CC 68 4C 26 [369]: 8F 0F 5D 25 8B
[370]: 5B CC 68 4C 26 [371]: C7 E7 A9 78 93 [372]: 6F 82 7C E3 9C [373]: 7F BF 4C C5 8E
[374]: 5B CC 68 4C 26 [375]: 5D 4E 7A 11 A0 [376]: 5E 7A FE 7D CA [377]: 5D 4E 7A 11 A0
[378]: 23 2F 98 6F 7C [379]: 8F 0F 5D 25 8B [380]: 7F BF 4C C5 8E [381]: 5B CC 68 4C 26
[382]: 5E 7A FE 7D CA [383]: 7F BF 4C C5 8E [384]: 8F 0F 5D 25 8B [385]: 5B CC 68 4C 26
[386]: F0 40 D9 8D E2 [387]: 67 5E A6 0A 31 [388]: 3A 0F CE D6 45 [389]: 7F BF 4C C5 8E
[390]: C7 E7 A9 78 93 [391]: B4 14 C1 E3 65 [392]: A2 8A 3C C6 FA [393]: D4 CB C8 F5 A9
[394]: 5A 36 55 62 A4 [395]: 59 D9 1E E6 ED [396]: 14 1D 28 A6 D0 [397]: DD E1 B4 68 33
[398]: 10 7E D3 E4 0F [399]: 4E 37 F3 85 FF [400]: 00 15 E6 74 1C [401]: 23 2F 98 6F 7C
[402]: B7 CC EC 2A 07 [403]: 6F 82 7C E3 9C [404]: 12 EB 5C 6B 4E [405]: 13 A5 3B 25 41
[406]: 5E 7A FE 7D CA [407]: AC FD 70 D0 86 [408]: 2E B2 2F 4B 2E [409]: 5B CC 68 4C 26
PlayerKey[1]: 01 AF E3 12 80
DecryptedDiscKey[020]: 00 77 63 D4 BC

I've tested this on two Plextors (PX-708UF & PX-712UF) and a cheap external burner (Verbatim 98938), all of which yield the same error and same results. For good measure, I've also tried using administrator privileges on the command line, tried on another computer, tried closing all applications to free up as many 'resources' as possible, and tried using several older versions of DIC, but I ended up with the same thing over and over again.
Please advise?