Re: Mega-CD / Sega Saturn dumping

no, no after that. after i substract.
but i've found out it's my mistake. i went to check one sector back from first pregap to see if it's data track (wasn't sure about 2sec)
and if i do that, turns out isobuster does not get offset correct afterwards.
it's 1803 after all.
i'll post crcs tomorrow.

Re: Mega-CD / Sega Saturn dumping

Please see the comments I posted on Tenkafubu dump

Re: Mega-CD / Sega Saturn dumping

I have a question.

Some Mega CD discs have a 2 tracks layout (1 large data track + 1 very small audio track).

For these discs EAC reports a 0.00 pregap for track 2, CDRwin reports a 2.00 pregap.

If EAC is right, I shouldn't remove any pregap from the data track, since track 2 pregap is 0, should I?

Re: Mega-CD / Sega Saturn dumping

This could be a bug in EAC.. You can try right click Track02 > Sector View in IsoBuster, then going back 152 sectors and then forward again until the sync (00 FF FF FF FF FF FF FF etc) is no longer visible.. then you will know where the data track ends and what the pregap length really is.

Re: Mega-CD / Sega Saturn dumping

By the way, all that who copies the Japanese disks for SS and MCD I urgently would recommend to check correctness of last audio  track as at offset equal 1000 + the probability of loss data in last sectors of last audiotrack is great.
For an example. From 20 disks for SS which I have copied, only at pair last audiotrack on a drive with offset +6 (EAC) was correctly copied.
I should use other drive with offest equal -1164 to extinguish huge positive offset the Japanese disks.
Forgive my English smile

31 (edited by madmonkey 2007-11-06 22:04:40)

Re: Mega-CD / Sega Saturn dumping

hmm, it seems I ran into some problems while dumping CLOCKWORK KNIGHT Pepperouchau's Adventure volume 2 (J)
first, eac0.99pb3 is unable to determine pregap of the second track(no luck with all 3 modes)
pregap for the first track is 2 seconds (there should not be any gaps?)
pregap for the second track is 0 seconds (there is a gap, probably 1.74)
onto the offset
drive used: PIONEER DVD-RW  DVR-109 +48 (I checked with the MITSUMI CR-48XATE +733, but that drive is unable to read pregap, and the last few samples from the last track, so I can't really say the results were the same, though they were *almost* the same smile)
the second track starts from sector 122899
assuming pregap is 2 seconds, I look up sector#122749
for this sector I always get random data(different data on each read), except when sector 122748 read first, in which case the data is not random(mode1 sector)
for the next sector(#122750) I get 192 bytes of *scrambled* data(not random) and zeroes after that
so I dumped the second track with offset +48(is this correct? there is 0x504 leading zeroes in resulting Track02.bin, so the offset could be 369 at max)
and shortened the first track by 149 sectors (not 150)
now onto the cue
that's original cue I got from eac

REM DISCID 0D074902
REM COMMENT "ExactAudioCopy v0.99pb3"
PERFORMER "Unknown Artist"
TITLE "Unknown Title"
FILE "<Filename>.iso" BINARY
  TRACK 01 MODEx/2xxx
    TITLE "Track01"
    PERFORMER "Unknown Artist"
    INDEX 01 00:00:00
FILE "Track02.wav" WAVE
  TRACK 02 AUDIO
    TITLE "Track02"
    PERFORMER "Unknown Artist"
    INDEX 01 00:00:00

obviously, this cant't be mounted with daemon tools, so I modified it a little

REM DISCID 0D074902
FILE "Track01.bin" BINARY
  TRACK 01 MODE1/2352
    INDEX 01 00:00:00
FILE "Track02.bin" BINARY
  TRACK 02 AUDIO
    INDEX 01 00:00:00

however, when opened with isobuster, the second track starts from sector 122750, and the pregap is missing

REM DISCID 0D074902
FILE "Track01.bin" BINARY
  TRACK 01 MODE1/2352
    INDEX 01 00:00:00
FILE "Track02.bin" BINARY
  TRACK 02 AUDIO
    PREGAP 00:02:00
    INDEX 01 00:00:00

now there is a pregap, ok, but the second track starts from sector 122900

REM DISCID 0D074902
FILE "Track01.bin" BINARY
  TRACK 01 MODE1/2352
    INDEX 01 00:00:00
FILE "Track02.bin" BINARY
  TRACK 02 AUDIO
    PREGAP 00:01:74
    INDEX 01 00:00:00

now (finally) copy "feels" the same as original disk
hmm, why PREGAP 00:01:74 is only one sector less than PREGAP 00:02:00?(upd: I get that one, "74" is "frames", not "microseconds")

so the question is
is that a "normal", *correct* way to dump these disks?
if so, I post this game and a couple of others in "dumps"
and, maybe you could mail me that PerfectRip thing?

You don't need a reason to kill people.

32 (edited by Z_Kenpachi 2007-11-22 09:39:10)

Re: Mega-CD / Sega Saturn dumping

I have over 200 original SS-J discs I could dump, but all of this crap is hurting my head. 

Alone in the Dark 2 NTSC-J.  No Pregap for Track 2, two second pregap for Track 1 (no other tracks on disc).  It seems like nobody has definitely solved this problem.

On Alone in the Dark 2 in Sector V of IsoBuster I get an error at  78324.  I can go to 78323, and 78325 without any problems.  All zeroes at and after hex value 0780.  My discs are all like new condition, so no scratches.

My main drive has an offset of +676.

EDIT:

If I do what Vigi says, then I find out where the data ends.  What I find unusual is the behavior during the sector search (the error at 78324).  I used ISOBuster to rip the data.  CDMage reports 174 uncorrectable errors.  CloneCD rip produced 150 uncorrectable errors in the data track.  I used CloneCD to make it easier, and I extracted the image with CDMage.  I resized the file down by 150 sectors.  I no longer have any errors.  I think I have a clean rip, but I'm not completely sure.  Afterwards, I used ISOBuster again and tried to resize 409248 bytes to get rid of the 174 errors.  Unfortunately, both files do not match in size or HashCalc values.  I don't really know which is the correct method (if any at all).  It seems like ISOBuster's rip is not as good because the sectors it is looking at (when it is corrupted) are too far down compared to the other analyses I made earlier.  I ripped the audio cleanly ... I think.  Before I get killed on here, I would like to note that I didn't know jack shit about any of this until about 2 days ago, so I am NOT an expert.  Thanks.

Re: Mega-CD / Sega Saturn dumping

Hi and welcome..

I hope we can find a solution to these track02 pregap detection issues shortly. Right now the best thing you can do is try dumping the discs that aren't giving you problems.
Also make sure you have tried other gap detection modes in EAC to see if they give better results.

If your drive is a Plextor, I can send you a test version of PerfectRip, which should have no problems with detecting the proper gaps.

Otherwise, chances are the Cdrwin gap detection still works better for you. Here's the part that was removed from an earlier guide:

--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Cdrwin 4.0

Determining the pregap length

Start Cdrwin;
Click on the third icon from the left (Extract Disc/Tracks/Sectors);
Make sure you select the correct CD Reader;
For Extract Mode, choose Disc Image/Cuesheet (this should be the default setting);
Choose a destination filename and location in the 'Image Filename' box;
Press START.

After analysing the disc layout, it will start reading the sectors. It is safe to cancel this process, because we only need the .cue file. The .cue file can be found in the destination folder.

Close Cdrwin and open up the .cue with Notepad. You will see a segment of text similar to this one:

TRACK 02 AUDIO
    FLAGS DCP
    PREGAP 00:02:00
    INDEX 01 39:35:69

--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

The last possible solution for now would be to try looking up the proper gaps on the TOSECISO site (http://toseciso.org/list.php?sys=7) tongue However, please note that the audio track images on there are 44 bytes larger than neccesary, and the track02 images there, unlike our dumps, don't include the pregap date, so the only useful information for you on that site would be track02 pregap length (if both EAC and Cdrwin fail to detect).

Re: Mega-CD / Sega Saturn dumping

This is why I have postpone any SS dumping: To much trouble to get and/or confirm the audio pregap (1.73, 1.74, 2.00, 2.01 and 2.02 on many of my NTSC-J dics).
I have a Plextor burner so if I can get a hold on this PerfectRip software maybe I can get accurate pregap...

Re: Mega-CD / Sega Saturn dumping

batleth92 wrote:

This is why I have postpone any SS dumping: To much trouble to get and/or confirm the audio pregap (1.73, 1.74, 2.00, 2.01 and 2.02 on many of my NTSC-J dics).
I have a Plextor burner so if I can get a hold on this PerfectRip software maybe I can get accurate pregap...

Check your mail.

@ Z_Kenpachi, let me know if you also have a Plextor drive

36 (edited by Z_Kenpachi 2007-11-23 17:15:26)

Re: Mega-CD / Sega Saturn dumping

Vigi, I have a Plextor drive. 

I ripped a CDRWIN version beforehand as a comparison, so I will take a look at the cuesheet for this game. 

This is my cuesheet:

Track 01 Mode1/2352
Index 01 00:00:00
Track 02 Audio
Pregap 00:02:00
Index 01 17:24:24

Either EAC or CDRWIN is giving me an incorrect result, but I have no idea to tell which is correct.  Also, TOSEC has approx. 12% of Saturn rls on its DB (last time I looked), so it's not a good option in most cases.

Even if one of the audio readings is incorrect, why can't I get a good rip of the data?  I tried using CDRWIN to rip Track 01 only with multiple drives, and I get an error.  It will not rip it.  I do not have a modded Saturn to play burned games, but the emulator does better with the CloneCD image and the straight CDRWIN rip than the ISOBuster version.  The game is on non-working status, but the ISOBuster rip seems to have a scene skip, while the other two versions do not.

EDIT:

I extracted the data from the CDRWIN rip with CDMage, which was suggested by gigadeath on page1 where he posted his whole cuesheet.  Hashcalc finds all matches between the CloneCD image and the CDRWIN version.  ISOBuster version is a "bust." 

Method 1:  I made a CloneCD image, extracted data with CDMage to bin file and used resize.

Method 2:  I made a CDRWIN image and then extracted data with CDMage.

I am sure the data file is correct, or both methods are crap.  Multiple drives were used, all drives yielded the same results.

Now my question is this.  With this new found knowledge, does this mean my audio is correct or not?  I have no idea.  I can tell you the steps I took for EAC.  I did everything the redump guide said and found the data to be all zeroes at 0780 or 1920.  I divided by 4 for the sampling size and arrived at 480.  I followed all of the rest of the steps exactly.  I think I have a good rip.  Where can I upload this thing for a check?

If I try Method B to detect the gaps, then it gives me vastly different results.  First, it detects 5 or 6 seconds more audio than all of my other results.  Second, it gives me really odd pregap numbers in comparison to other methods.  Method C has been running for about 10 minutes with no results.  For this particular disc and my drive, I think Method A is the best.

EDIT 2:  In sector view, on my Plextor drive, the sectors are shifted one over.  Meaning, sector 78324 gives errors.  If I click on ignore, then it shifts the numbers it finds on 78325 back one.  I do not believe I ripped the audio precisely the first time.  My Sony drive reads sector 78324 perfectly fine.  If someone is getting an error while in sector view of ISOBuster when trying to subtract the pregap length (for example, 150 sectors), then he should use a different drive.  This gives me a new hex value of 1616.

EDIT 3:  Results posted in the dump forum.  Suggestions, etc., beating me with a stick, whatever, please post.  Thanks.

Re: Mega-CD / Sega Saturn dumping

Z_Kenpachi,
I have pal version Alone in the Dark. The size of audio of a track is identical to yours. It is very strange disk. I try Countdown 150 sectors from the beginning of an audiotrack. In this sector (94893) instead of garbage there is a date!:
0000 : 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00  00 00 00 00 00 00 F1 DE   ................
0010 : CF FC A1 39 9F 1B 00 00  00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00   ...9............
0020 : 00 00 00 00 00 00 38 65  90 01 62 09 EB 6A 00 00   ......8e..b..j..
0030 : 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00  00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00   ................
0040 : 00 00 EC 74 1A F9 90 47  66 CA 00 00 00 00 00 00   ...t...Gf.......
0050 : 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00  00 00 22 90 A3 04 6A FE   .........."...j.

And The drive cannot read sectors 94891 and 94892  smile

Re: Mega-CD / Sega Saturn dumping

Z_Kenpachi, have you used the D8 method to detect offset? http://forum.redump.org/viewtopic.php?id=2057 it's a much more reliable method, especially when dealing with discs with 0 sec pregaps

39 (edited by Z_Kenpachi 2007-11-24 07:49:08)

Re: Mega-CD / Sega Saturn dumping

pstar: Try using a different drive.  I am able to read previously unreadable sectors in my Sony drive when dealing with sector 78324.  I have no data in the sectors you mentioned for the JP release.  Unfortunately, if the drive CAN READ certain error sectors, then it might be a mistake (or it might not be).  Read on to see what I found when further analyzing the JP Alone in The Dark 2 disc.

I used the px_d8 utility (or w/e) to analyze the disc.

119.5 half rows are filled up before it finds the proper place.  Does that mean my original rip was closer at +480 in EAC than the +404?  I put *** stars in the place where I made my calculation.  If I do it by 119 rows I get +476, but 119.5 gives me +478.  Should I use 119.5 rows when making the rip?  Are these calculations incorrect, considering, I could read the errored areas at sector 78424 with my Sony drive, but not with my Plextor drive?  Any help would be appreciated.  If someone can figure this out for sure to find the correct rip, then I don't mind re-ripping the audio properly and redoing the verification for the file.  Figuring out this audio is a pain.  It seems the Sony drive, which can read the sector my Plextor drive could not read, may have contributed to a miscalculation.  Or, the px_d8 utility is simply mis-reporting the data because the Plextor drive can't read the data in that area.  Which rip is correct???  Someone help me be the judge.  THANKS!

94332F55DC3F19D00ADC0719C28AD1A7
1C7A89E326C9DAD6DB1EDB485B76BB66
F36AC5EF130C0DC5C593132DCDDD9599
AF2AFC1F01C80056803EE010480C3685
D6E31EC9C856D6BEDEF058443AB35335
FDD7019E8068602EA81C7E89E066C82A
D69F1EE8084E86B462F76986AEE2FC49
81F6E046C832D6959EEF284C1EB5C877
16A68EFAE4430B71C76452AB7DBF61B0
28741EA7487AB6A336F9D6C2DED1985C
6AB9EF32CC1595CF2F141C0F49C436D3
56DDFED9805AE03B0813468DF2E5858B
232759DABADB331B55CB7F17600EA804
7E836061E8284E9EB468776EA6AC7AFD
E30189C066D02ADC1F19C80AD6871EE2
8849A6B6FAF6C306D1C2DC5199FC6AC1
EF104C0C35C5D7131E8DC86596AB2EFF
5C4039F012C40D9345ADF33D85D1A31C
79C9E2D6C99ED6E85ECEB85472BF65B0
2B341F57483EB69076EC26CDDAD59B1F
2B481F768826E69ACAEB170F4E843463
5769FEAEC07C5021FC1841CAB057343E
97506EBC2C71DDE4598B7AE7630AA9C7
3ED2905DAC39BDD2F19D8469A36EF9EC
42CDF195846F236C19EDCACD9715AE8F
3C6411EB4C4F75F427075A82BB21B358
75FAA7033A81D3205DD8399A92EB2D8F
5DA439BB52F37D85E1A30879C6A2D2F9
9D82E9A18EF86442AB71BF64702B641F
6B482F769C26E9DACEDB145B4F7B7423
6759EABACF331415CF4F14340F57443E
B35075FC2701DA805B203B58137A8DE3
2589DB26DB5ADB7B1B634B69F76EC6AC
52FDFD8181A0607828229E99A86AFEAF
007C0021C018500ABC0731C29451AF7C
7C21E1D8485AB6BB36F356C5FED3005D
C0399012EC0D8DC5A5933B2DD35D9DF9
A982FEE180486036A816FE8EC064502B
7C1F61C828569EBEE8704EA4347B5763
7EA9E07EC82056983EEA904F2C341DD7
499EB6E876CEA6D47ADF631829CA9ED7
285E9EB86872AEA5BC7B31E35449FF76
C026D01ADC0B19C74AD2B71DB689B6E6
F6CAC6D712DE8D9865AAAB3F3F50103C
0C11C5CC5315FDCF0194006F402C301D
D4099F46E832CE95946F2F6C1C2DC9DD
96D9AEDAFC5B01FB40437031E4144B4F
777426A75AFABB033341D5F05F043803
5281FDA041B830729425AF5B3C3B51D3
7C5DE1F98842E6B18AF467076A82AF21
BC1871CAA4573B7E93606DE82D8E9DA4
69BB6EF36C45EDF30D85C5A31339CDD2
D59D9F29A81EFE884066B02AF41F0748
02B681B6E076C826D69ADEEB184F4AB4
37375696BEEEF04C4435F35705FE8300
61C028501EBC0871C6A452FB7D8361A1
E8784EA2B479B762F6A986FEE2C04990
36EC16CDCED5945F2F781C2289D9A6DA
FADB031B41CB7057643EAB507F7C2021
D8185A8ABB27335A95FB2F035C01F9C0
42D0319C1469CF6ED42C5F5DF8398292
E1AD887DA6A1BAF87302A5C1BB10734C
25F5DB071B428B71A7647AAB633F69D0
2EDC1C59C9FAD6C31ED1C85C56B9FEF2
C04590332C15DDCF19940AEF470C3285
D5A31F39C812D68D9EE5A84B3EB75076
BC26F1DAC45B137B4DE37589E726CA9A
D72B1E9F486836AE96FC6EC1EC504DFC
3581D7205E98386A92AF2DBC1DB1C9B4
56F77EC6A052F83D8291A1AC787DE2A1
89B866F2AAC5BF13300DD4059F432831
DE94586F7AAC233DD9D19ADC6B19EF4A
CC3715D68F1EE4084B46B772F6A586FB
22C35991FAEC430DF1C58453237DD9E1
9AC86B16AF4EFC3441D7705EA4387B52
A37DB9E1B2C87596A72EFA9C4329F1DE
C458537ABDE33189D466DF6AD82F1A9C
0B29C75ED2B85DB2B9B5B2F735869722
EE998C6AE5EF0B0C0745C2B311B5CC77
15E68F0AE4070B428771A2A479BB62F3
6985EEE30C49C5F6D306DDC2D9919AEC
6B0DEF458C3325D5DB1F1B480B768766
E2AAC9BF16F00EC40453437DF1E18448
6376A9E6FECAC057103E8C1065CC2B15
DF4F18340A97472EB29C75A9E73ECA90
572C3E9DD0699C2EE9DC4ED9F45AC77B
12A34DB9F5B2C73592972DAE9DBC69B1
EEF44C4775F2A705BA833321D5D85F1A
B80B328755A2BF39B012F40D8745A2B3
39B5D2F71D8689A2E6F98AC2E7118A8C
6725EA9B0F2B441F734825F69B06EB42
CF7194246F5B6C3B6DD36D9DEDA98DBE
E5B04B34375756BEBEF0704424335B55
FB7F036001E8004E80346017680EAE84
7C6361E9E84ECEB454777F66A02AF81F
028801A6807AE0230819C68AD2E71D8A
89A726FA9AC32B11DF4C5835FA97032E
81DC6059E83ACE93146DCF6D942DAF5D
BC39B1D2F45D8779A2A2F9B982F2E185
886326A9DAFEDB005B403B7013640DEB
458F732425DB5B1B7B4B637769E6AECA
FC5701FE80406030A325E867486436AB
56FF7EC020A5B1C90A91C72C529DFDA9
81BEE0704824369B56EB7ECF6054283F
5E90386C12ADCDBD95B1AF347C1761CE
A8547EBF607028241E9B486B76AF66FC
2AC1DF10580C3A85D3231DD9C99A56B8
19EA485436BF56F03EC410A796C9F5D1
871C6289E9A6CEFAD4431F71C824569B
7EEB604F68342E975C6EB9EC72CDE595
8B2F275C1AB9CB32D7559EBF28701EA4
087B46A372F9E582CB2197586EBAAC73
3DE5D18B1705B827B6CF36D416DF4ED8
34F4977B2EA35C79F9E2C2C99196EC6E
CDEC558DFF25EBC0B2FCFF382491A321
B9D872DAA59B3B2B535F7DF821826D04
5E2B7E76A0BF780C2285D9A31AF9CB02
D7419EB068742EA75C7A24D02C2A0337
8A5FD81C5A89FB26C35AD1FB1C4349F1
***F6C41A435C5F972400FFFFFFFFFFFFFF***
FFFFFF00018174610028001E80086006
A802FE8180606028281E9E886866AEAA
FC7F01E0004800368016E00EC8045683
7EE1E0484836B696F6EEC6CC52D5FD9F
01A8007E80206018280A9E8728629EA9
A87EFEA0407830229419AF4AFC3701D6
805EE0384812B68DB6E5B6CB36D756DE
BED8705AA43B3B53537DFDE181886066
A82AFE9F0068002E801C6009E806CE82
D4619F68682EAE9C7C69E1EEC84C56B5
FEF700468032E015880F26841AE34B09
F746C6B2D2F59D8729A29EF9A842FEB1
80746027681AAE8B3C6751EABC4F31F4
14474F72B425B75B36BB56F37EC5E053
083DC69192EC6D8DEDA58DBB25B35B35
FB57037E81E0604828369E96E86ECEAC
547DFF618028601EA8087E86A062F829
829EE1A8487EB6A076F826C29AD1AB1C
7F49E036C816D68EDEE4584B7AB76336
A9D6FEDEC058503ABC1331CDD4559F7F
28201E98086A86AF22FC1981CAE05708
3E869062EC298DDEE5984B2AB75F36B8
16F28EC5A4533B7DD3619DE8698EAEE4
7C4B61F76846AEB2FC7581E7204A9837
2A969F2EE81C4E89F466C76AD2AF1DBC
09B1C6F452C77D92A1ADB87DB2A1B5B8
7732A695BAEF330C15C5CF13140DCF45

EDIT:  I redumped the data track with 3 different drives.  All of them give the same result.  I can only conclude the data track is 100% accurate.  Although, if you resize by 150 sectors you lose 1616 bytes of data in 78324.  I can only think that 1616 should be the right rip for the audio, since it is the only way to pick up this information.  DO NOT USE ISOBUSTER.  It makes everything way off.

Re: Mega-CD / Sega Saturn dumping

First of all, the Plextor is definately not misreading. You have to include the extra half row, so the combined offset for plextor becomes +478.

What's the accuraterip offset for your plextor drive? This way we can tell if the Plextor indicates the same write offset as the sony (by substracting the drive read offset from the combined offset)

Also, if the sony gives you +404 amount of data in sector -150, I think this means that the gap is 2 seconds. The dump that you submitted had 0 sec gap in the cue. Next time plz mention if the gap in the cue isn't correct tongue

One last thing. It's best to use cdreader ('View Sectors') to look for scrambled data. If the plextor doesn't show any data in sector 78324, try reading 78326 first and then going back 2 sectors.

cdreader download: http://www.cdtool.pwp.blueyonder.co.uk/ … 1_2b20.zip

41 (edited by Z_Kenpachi 2007-11-24 11:46:04)

Re: Mega-CD / Sega Saturn dumping

My apologies for incorrect cue file.  I merely submitted the file it produced on its own without my intervention.  The cdtool you posted does not work for me.  Many tools malfunction or work improperly with this particular CD.  It is very aggravating, but I think if the mystery is solved it will help with other discs.

"Sector could not be read.  Error while processing ReadCD command.  Invalid command operation code."  I read another thread where someone (maybe it was you) posted directions for this piece of software, but none of the options work to view sectors on any of my drives. 

The accuraterip offset for my plextor drive is +676.  The Sony drive is +12.  I have another Plextor drive that seems to be goofy right now, so I'm not going to post that one. 

If I view the sector data in ISOBuster on the Sony drive, then I can see sector data all the way to 0650 in 78324.  The Plextor drives cannot read this sector no matter if I go back two sectors, one sector or go straight to the sector.  By analyzing the data track I ripped earlier, I can no longer go past 78323 (makes sense).  Do we lose the data from 78324 by doing these methods?  Should +478 be used to place the data in 78324 into the audio track?  I apologize for any stupidities I may have displayed here.  My knowledge of precision rips is still very limited.  I have many CDs for this system, and there are many like this one.  Once this is figured out, I hope I can be of better help.  Thanks for all your help.

Re: Mega-CD / Sega Saturn dumping

+478 +588 (full sector offset) - 676 (plextor read offset) = +390, which is a common saturn offset

This means that there should be 402 samples of garbage in the sector on sony drive and not 404.. are you sure you counted it correctly? could you post the sector data here?

43 (edited by Z_Kenpachi 2007-11-24 13:43:16)

Re: Mega-CD / Sega Saturn dumping

ISOBuster sector view of 78324

0000 : 2B 34 1F 57 48 3E B6 90  76 EC 26 CD DA D5 9B 1F   +4.WH>..v.&.....
0010 : 2B 48 1F 76 88 26 E6 9A  CA EB 17 0F 4E 84 34 63   +H.v.&......N.4c
0020 : 57 69 FE AE C0 7C 50 21  FC 18 41 CA B0 57 34 3E   Wi...|P!..A..W4>
0030 : 97 50 6E BC 2C 71 DD E4  59 8B 7A E7 63 0A A9 C7   .Pn.,q..Y.z.c...
0040 : 3E D2 90 5D AC 39 BD D2  F1 9D 84 69 A3 6E F9 EC   >..].9.....i.n..
0050 : 42 CD F1 95 84 6F 23 6C  19 ED CA CD 97 15 AE 8F   B....o#l........
0060 : 3C 64 11 EB 4C 4F 75 F4  27 07 5A 82 BB 21 B3 58   <d..LOu.'.Z..!.X
0070 : 75 FA A7 03 3A 81 D3 20  5D D8 39 9A 92 EB 2D 8F   u...:.. ].9...-.
0080 : 5D A4 39 BB 52 F3 7D 85  E1 A3 08 79 C6 A2 D2 F9   ].9.R.}....y....
0090 : 9D 82 E9 A1 8E F8 64 42  AB 71 BF 64 70 2B 64 1F   ......dB.q.dp+d.
00A0 : 6B 48 2F 76 9C 26 E9 DA  CE DB 14 5B 4F 7B 74 23   kH/v.&.....[O{t#
00B0 : 67 59 EA BA CF 33 14 15  CF 4F 14 34 0F 57 44 3E   gY...3...O.4.WD>
00C0 : B3 50 75 FC 27 01 DA 80  5B 20 3B 58 13 7A 8D E3   .Pu.'...[ ;X.z..
00D0 : 25 89 DB 26 DB 5A DB 7B  1B 63 4B 69 F7 6E C6 AC   %..&.Z.{.cKi.n..
00E0 : 52 FD FD 81 81 A0 60 78  28 22 9E 99 A8 6A FE AF   R.....`x("...j..
00F0 : 00 7C 00 21 C0 18 50 0A  BC 07 31 C2 94 51 AF 7C   .|.!..P...1..Q.|
0100 : 7C 21 E1 D8 48 5A B6 BB  36 F3 56 C5 FE D3 00 5D   |!..HZ..6.V....]
0110 : C0 39 90 12 EC 0D 8D C5  A5 93 3B 2D D3 5D 9D F9   .9........;-.]..
0120 : A9 82 FE E1 80 48 60 36  A8 16 FE 8E C0 64 50 2B   .....H`6.....dP+
0130 : 7C 1F 61 C8 28 56 9E BE  E8 70 4E A4 34 7B 57 63   |.a.(V...pN.4{Wc
0140 : 7E A9 E0 7E C8 20 56 98  3E EA 90 4F 2C 34 1D D7   ~..~. V.>..O,4..
0150 : 49 9E B6 E8 76 CE A6 D4  7A DF 63 18 29 CA 9E D7   I...v...z.c.)...
0160 : 28 5E 9E B8 68 72 AE A5  BC 7B 31 E3 54 49 FF 76   (^..hr...{1.TI.v
0170 : C0 26 D0 1A DC 0B 19 C7  4A D2 B7 1D B6 89 B6 E6   .&......J.......
0180 : F6 CA C6 D7 12 DE 8D 98  65 AA AB 3F 3F 50 10 3C   ........e..??P.<
0190 : 0C 11 C5 CC 53 15 FD CF  01 94 00 6F 40 2C 30 1D   ....S......o@,0.
01A0 : D4 09 9F 46 E8 32 CE 95  94 6F 2F 6C 1C 2D C9 DD   ...F.2...o/l.-..
01B0 : 96 D9 AE DA FC 5B 01 FB  40 43 70 31 E4 14 4B 4F   .....[..@Cp1..KO
01C0 : 77 74 26 A7 5A FA BB 03  33 41 D5 F0 5F 04 38 03   wt&.Z...3A.._.8.
01D0 : 52 81 FD A0 41 B8 30 72  94 25 AF 5B 3C 3B 51 D3   R...A.0r.%.[<;Q.
01E0 : 7C 5D E1 F9 88 42 E6 B1  8A F4 67 07 6A 82 AF 21   |]...B....g.j..!
01F0 : BC 18 71 CA A4 57 3B 7E  93 60 6D E8 2D 8E 9D A4   ..q..W;~.`m.-...
0200 : 69 BB 6E F3 6C 45 ED F3  0D 85 C5 A3 13 39 CD D2   i.n.lE.......9..
0210 : D5 9D 9F 29 A8 1E FE 88  40 66 B0 2A F4 1F 07 48   ...)....@f.*...H
0220 : 02 B6 81 B6 E0 76 C8 26  D6 9A DE EB 18 4F 4A B4   .....v.&.....OJ.
0230 : 37 37 56 96 BE EE F0 4C  44 35 F3 57 05 FE 83 00   77V....LD5.W....
0240 : 61 C0 28 50 1E BC 08 71  C6 A4 52 FB 7D 83 61 A1   a.(P...q..R.}.a.
0250 : E8 78 4E A2 B4 79 B7 62  F6 A9 86 FE E2 C0 49 90   .xN..y.b......I.
0260 : 36 EC 16 CD CE D5 94 5F  2F 78 1C 22 89 D9 A6 DA   6......_/x."....
0270 : FA DB 03 1B 41 CB 70 57  64 3E AB 50 7F 7C 20 21   ....A.pWd>.P.| !
0280 : D8 18 5A 8A BB 27 33 5A  95 FB 2F 03 5C 01 F9 C0   ..Z..'3Z../.\...
0290 : 42 D0 31 9C 14 69 CF 6E  D4 2C 5F 5D F8 39 82 92   B.1..i.n.,_].9..
02A0 : E1 AD 88 7D A6 A1 BA F8  73 02 A5 C1 BB 10 73 4C   ...}....s.....sL
02B0 : 25 F5 DB 07 1B 42 8B 71  A7 64 7A AB 63 3F 69 D0   %....B.q.dz.c?i.
02C0 : 2E DC 1C 59 C9 FA D6 C3  1E D1 C8 5C 56 B9 FE F2   ...Y.......\V...
02D0 : C0 45 90 33 2C 15 DD CF  19 94 0A EF 47 0C 32 85   .E.3,.......G.2.
02E0 : D5 A3 1F 39 C8 12 D6 8D  9E E5 A8 4B 3E B7 50 76   ...9.......K>.Pv
02F0 : BC 26 F1 DA C4 5B 13 7B  4D E3 75 89 E7 26 CA 9A   .&...[.{M.u..&..
0300 : D7 2B 1E 9F 48 68 36 AE  96 FC 6E C1 EC 50 4D FC   .+..Hh6...n..PM.
0310 : 35 81 D7 20 5E 98 38 6A  92 AF 2D BC 1D B1 C9 B4   5.. ^.8j..-.....
0320 : 56 F7 7E C6 A0 52 F8 3D  82 91 A1 AC 78 7D E2 A1   V.~..R.=....x}..
0330 : 89 B8 66 F2 AA C5 BF 13  30 0D D4 05 9F 43 28 31   ..f.....0....C(1
0340 : DE 94 58 6F 7A AC 23 3D  D9 D1 9A DC 6B 19 EF 4A   ..Xoz.#=....k..J
0350 : CC 37 15 D6 8F 1E E4 08  4B 46 B7 72 F6 A5 86 FB   .7......KF.r....
0360 : 22 C3 59 91 FA EC 43 0D  F1 C5 84 53 23 7D D9 E1   ".Y...C....S#}..
0370 : 9A C8 6B 16 AF 4E FC 34  41 D7 70 5E A4 38 7B 52   ..k..N.4A.p^.8{R
0380 : A3 7D B9 E1 B2 C8 75 96  A7 2E FA 9C 43 29 F1 DE   .}....u.....C)..
0390 : C4 58 53 7A BD E3 31 89  D4 66 DF 6A D8 2F 1A 9C   .XSz..1..f.j./..
03A0 : 0B 29 C7 5E D2 B8 5D B2  B9 B5 B2 F7 35 86 97 22   .).^..].....5.."
03B0 : EE 99 8C 6A E5 EF 0B 0C  07 45 C2 B3 11 B5 CC 77   ...j.....E.....w
03C0 : 15 E6 8F 0A E4 07 0B 42  87 71 A2 A4 79 BB 62 F3   .......B.q..y.b.
03D0 : 69 85 EE E3 0C 49 C5 F6  D3 06 DD C2 D9 91 9A EC   i....I..........
03E0 : 6B 0D EF 45 8C 33 25 D5  DB 1F 1B 48 0B 76 87 66   k..E.3%....H.v.f
03F0 : E2 AA C9 BF 16 F0 0E C4  04 53 43 7D F1 E1 84 48   .........SC}...H
0400 : 63 76 A9 E6 FE CA C0 57  10 3E 8C 10 65 CC 2B 15   cv.....W.>..e.+.
0410 : DF 4F 18 34 0A 97 47 2E  B2 9C 75 A9 E7 3E CA 90   .O.4..G...u..>..
0420 : 57 2C 3E 9D D0 69 9C 2E  E9 DC 4E D9 F4 5A C7 7B   W,>..i....N..Z.{
0430 : 12 A3 4D B9 F5 B2 C7 35  92 97 2D AE 9D BC 69 B1   ..M....5..-...i.
0440 : EE F4 4C 47 75 F2 A7 05  BA 83 33 21 D5 D8 5F 1A   ..LGu.....3!.._.
0450 : B8 0B 32 87 55 A2 BF 39  B0 12 F4 0D 87 45 A2 B3   ..2.U..9.....E..
0460 : 39 B5 D2 F7 1D 86 89 A2  E6 F9 8A C2 E7 11 8A 8C   9...............
0470 : 67 25 EA 9B 0F 2B 44 1F  73 48 25 F6 9B 06 EB 42   g%...+D.sH%....B
0480 : CF 71 94 24 6F 5B 6C 3B  6D D3 6D 9D ED A9 8D BE   .q.$o[l;m.m.....
0490 : E5 B0 4B 34 37 57 56 BE  BE F0 70 44 24 33 5B 55   ..K47WV...pD$3[U
04A0 : FB 7F 03 60 01 E8 00 4E  80 34 60 17 68 0E AE 84   ...`...N.4`.h...
04B0 : 7C 63 61 E9 E8 4E CE B4  54 77 7F 66 A0 2A F8 1F   |ca..N..Tw.f.*..
04C0 : 02 88 01 A6 80 7A E0 23  08 19 C6 8A D2 E7 1D 8A   .....z.#........
04D0 : 89 A7 26 FA 9A C3 2B 11  DF 4C 58 35 FA 97 03 2E   ..&...+..LX5....
04E0 : 81 DC 60 59 E8 3A CE 93  14 6D CF 6D 94 2D AF 5D   ..`Y.:...m.m.-.]
04F0 : BC 39 B1 D2 F4 5D 87 79  A2 A2 F9 B9 82 F2 E1 85   .9...].y........
0500 : 88 63 26 A9 DA FE DB 00  5B 40 3B 70 13 64 0D EB   .c&.....[@;p.d..
0510 : 45 8F 73 24 25 DB 5B 1B  7B 4B 63 77 69 E6 AE CA   E.s$%.[.{Kcwi...
0520 : FC 57 01 FE 80 40 60 30  51 C2 5F 87 48 64 36 AB   .W...@`0Q._.Hd6.
0530 : 56 FF 7E C0 3A 9F D1 C9  0A 91 C7 2C 52 9D FD A9   V.~.:......,R...
0540 : 81 BE E0 70 48 24 36 9B  56 EB 7E CF 60 54 28 3F   ...pH$6.V.~.`T(?
0550 : 5E 90 38 6C 12 AD CD BD  95 B1 AF 34 7C 17 61 CE   ^.8l.......4|.a.
0560 : A8 54 7E BF 60 70 28 24  1E 9B 48 6B 76 AF 66 FC   .T~.`p($..Hkv.f.
0570 : 2A C1 DF 10 58 0C 3A 85  D3 23 1D D9 C9 9A 5D 8C   *...X.:..#....].
0580 : DD D7 48 54 36 BF 56 F0  3E C4 1D BA A6 C9 F5 D1   ..HT6.V.>.......
0590 : 87 1C 62 89 E9 A6 CE FA  D4 43 1F 71 C8 24 56 9B   ..b......C.q.$V.
05A0 : 7E EB 60 4F 68 34 2E 97  5C 6E B9 EC 72 CD E5 95   ~.`Oh4..\n..r...
05B0 : 8B 2F 27 5C 1A B9 CB 32  D7 55 9E BF 28 70 1E A4   ./'\...2.U..(p..
05C0 : 08 7B 46 A3 72 F9 E5 82  CB 21 97 58 6E BA AC 73   .{F.r....!.Xn..s
05D0 : 3D E5 D1 8B EE D6 CB FA  B6 CF 36 D4 16 DF 4E D8   =.........6...N.
05E0 : 6B FD 97 7B 2E A3 5C 79  F9 E2 C2 C9 91 96 EC 6E   k..{..\y.......n
05F0 : CD EC 55 8D FF 25 C4 FE  02 42 FF 5D BB 74 A3 21   ..U..%...B.].t.!
0600 : B9 D8 72 DA A5 9B 3B 2B  53 5F 7D F8 21 82 0B 04   ..r...;+S_}.!...
0610 : 07 25 1E 71 E8 91 78 0C  22 85 D9 A3 1A F9 CB 02   .%.q..x.".......
0620 : D7 41 9E B0 68 74 2E A7  5C 7A BC 0E AA 4E 7B BB   .A..ht..\z...N{.
0630 : EC 69 D8 1C 5A 89 FB 26  C3 5A D1 FB 1C 43 49 F1   .i..Z..&.Z...CI.
0640 : F6 C4 1C 43 2F 6B AA 3E  00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00   ...C/k.>........
0650 : 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00  00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00   ................
0660 : 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00  00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00   ................
0670 : 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00  00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00   ................
0680 : 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00  00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00   ................
0690 : 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00  00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00   ................
06A0 : 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00  00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00   ................
06B0 : 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00  00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00   ................
06C0 : 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00  00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00   ................
06D0 : 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00  00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00   ................
06E0 : 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00  00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00   ................
06F0 : 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00  00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00   ................
0700 : 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00  00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00   ................
0710 : 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00  00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00   ................
0720 : 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00  00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00   ................
0730 : 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00  00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00   ................
0740 : 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00  00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00   ................
0750 : 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00  00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00   ................
0760 : 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00  00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00   ................
0770 : 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00  00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00   ................
0780 : 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00  00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00   ................
0790 : 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00  00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00   ................
07A0 : 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00  00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00   ................
07B0 : 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00  00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00   ................
07C0 : 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00  00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00   ................
07D0 : 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00  00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00   ................
07E0 : 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00  00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00   ................
07F0 : 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00  00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00   ................
0800 : 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00  00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00   ................
0810 : 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00  00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00   ................
0820 : 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00  00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00   ................
0830 : 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00  00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00   ................
0840 : 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00  00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00   ................
0850 : 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00  00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00   ................
0860 : 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00  00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00   ................
0870 : 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00  00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00   ................
0880 : 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00  00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00   ................
0890 : 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00  00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00   ................
08A0 : 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00  00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00   ................
08B0 : 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00  00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00   ................
08C0 : 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00  00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00   ................
08D0 : 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00  00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00   ................
08E0 : 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00  00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00   ................
08F0 : 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00  00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00   ................
0900 : 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00  00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00   ................
0910 : 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00  00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00   ................
0920 : 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00  00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00   ................

I can't even pull this data with the Plextor drive.  It comes up in sector 78325 in the Plextor.  Here are the Plextor numbers @ 78325:

0000 : 94 33 2F 55 DC 3F 19 D0  0A DC 07 19 C2 8A D1 A7   .3/U.?..........
0010 : 1C 7A 89 E3 26 C9 DA D6  DB 1E DB 48 5B 76 BB 66   .z..&......H[v.f
0020 : F3 6A C5 EF 13 0C 0D C5  C5 93 13 2D CD DD 95 99   .j.........-....
0030 : AF 2A FC 1F 01 C8 00 56  80 3E E0 10 48 0C 36 85   .*.....V.>..H.6.
0040 : D6 E3 1E C9 C8 56 D6 BE  DE F0 58 44 3A B3 53 35   .....V....XD:.S5
0050 : FD D7 01 9E 80 68 60 2E  A8 1C 7E 89 E0 66 C8 2A   .....h`...~..f.*
0060 : D6 9F 1E E8 08 4E 86 B4  62 F7 69 86 AE E2 FC 49   .....N..b.i....I
0070 : 81 F6 E0 46 C8 32 D6 95  9E EF 28 4C 1E B5 C8 77   ...F.2....(L...w
0080 : 16 A6 8E FA E4 43 0B 71  C7 64 52 AB 7D BF 61 B0   .....C.q.dR.}.a.
0090 : 28 74 1E A7 48 7A B6 A3  36 F9 D6 C2 DE D1 98 5C   (t..Hz..6......\
00A0 : 6A B9 EF 32 CC 15 95 CF  2F 14 1C 0F 49 C4 36 D3   j..2..../...I.6.
00B0 : 56 DD FE D9 80 5A E0 3B  08 13 46 8D F2 E5 85 8B   V....Z.;..F.....
00C0 : 23 27 59 DA BA DB 33 1B  55 CB 7F 17 60 0E A8 04   #'Y...3.U...`...
00D0 : 7E 83 60 61 E8 28 4E 9E  B4 68 77 6E A6 AC 7A FD   ~.`a.(N..hwn..z.
00E0 : E3 01 89 C0 66 D0 2A DC  1F 19 C8 0A D6 87 1E E2   ....f.*.........
00F0 : 88 49 A6 B6 FA F6 C3 06  D1 C2 DC 51 99 FC 6A C1   .I.........Q..j.
0100 : EF 10 4C 0C 35 C5 D7 13  1E 8D C8 65 96 AB 2E FF   ..L.5......e....
0110 : 5C 40 39 F0 12 C4 0D 93  45 AD F3 3D 85 D1 A3 1C   \@9.....E..=....
0120 : 79 C9 E2 D6 C9 9E D6 E8  5E CE B8 54 72 BF 65 B0   y.......^..Tr.e.
0130 : 2B 34 1F 57 48 3E B6 90  76 EC 26 CD DA D5 9B 1F   +4.WH>..v.&.....
0140 : 2B 48 1F 76 88 26 E6 9A  CA EB 17 0F 4E 84 34 63   +H.v.&......N.4c
0150 : 57 69 FE AE C0 7C 50 21  FC 18 41 CA B0 57 34 3E   Wi...|P!..A..W4>
0160 : 97 50 6E BC 2C 71 DD E4  59 8B 7A E7 63 0A A9 C7   .Pn.,q..Y.z.c...
0170 : 3E D2 90 5D AC 39 BD D2  F1 9D 84 69 A3 6E F9 EC   >..].9.....i.n..
0180 : 42 CD F1 95 84 6F 23 6C  19 ED CA CD 97 15 AE 8F   B....o#l........
0190 : 3C 64 11 EB 4C 4F 75 F4  27 07 5A 82 BB 21 B3 58   <d..LOu.'.Z..!.X
01A0 : 75 FA A7 03 3A 81 D3 20  5D D8 39 9A 92 EB 2D 8F   u...:.. ].9...-.
01B0 : 5D A4 39 BB 52 F3 7D 85  E1 A3 08 79 C6 A2 D2 F9   ].9.R.}....y....
01C0 : 9D 82 E9 A1 8E F8 64 42  AB 71 BF 64 70 2B 64 1F   ......dB.q.dp+d.
01D0 : 6B 48 2F 76 9C 26 E9 DA  CE DB 14 5B 4F 7B 74 23   kH/v.&.....[O{t#
01E0 : 67 59 EA BA CF 33 14 15  CF 4F 14 34 0F 57 44 3E   gY...3...O.4.WD>
01F0 : B3 50 75 FC 27 01 DA 80  5B 20 3B 58 13 7A 8D E3   .Pu.'...[ ;X.z..
0200 : 25 89 DB 26 DB 5A DB 7B  1B 63 4B 69 F7 6E C6 AC   %..&.Z.{.cKi.n..
0210 : 52 FD FD 81 81 A0 60 78  28 22 9E 99 A8 6A FE AF   R.....`x("...j..
0220 : 00 7C 00 21 C0 18 50 0A  BC 07 31 C2 94 51 AF 7C   .|.!..P...1..Q.|
0230 : 7C 21 E1 D8 48 5A B6 BB  36 F3 56 C5 FE D3 00 5D   |!..HZ..6.V....]
0240 : C0 39 90 12 EC 0D 8D C5  A5 93 3B 2D D3 5D 9D F9   .9........;-.]..
0250 : A9 82 FE E1 80 48 60 36  A8 16 FE 8E C0 64 50 2B   .....H`6.....dP+
0260 : 7C 1F 61 C8 28 56 9E BE  E8 70 4E A4 34 7B 57 63   |.a.(V...pN.4{Wc
0270 : 7E A9 E0 7E C8 20 56 98  3E EA 90 4F 2C 34 1D D7   ~..~. V.>..O,4..
0280 : 49 9E B6 E8 76 CE A6 D4  7A DF 63 18 29 CA 9E D7   I...v...z.c.)...
0290 : 28 5E 9E B8 68 72 AE A5  BC 7B 31 E3 54 49 FF 76   (^..hr...{1.TI.v
02A0 : C0 26 D0 1A DC 0B 19 C7  4A D2 B7 1D B6 89 B6 E6   .&......J.......
02B0 : F6 CA C6 D7 12 DE 8D 98  65 AA AB 3F 3F 50 10 3C   ........e..??P.<
02C0 : 0C 11 C5 CC 53 15 FD CF  01 94 00 6F 40 2C 30 1D   ....S......o@,0.
02D0 : D4 09 9F 46 E8 32 CE 95  94 6F 2F 6C 1C 2D C9 DD   ...F.2...o/l.-..
02E0 : 96 D9 AE DA FC 5B 01 FB  40 43 70 31 E4 14 4B 4F   .....[..@Cp1..KO
02F0 : 77 74 26 A7 5A FA BB 03  33 41 D5 F0 5F 04 38 03   wt&.Z...3A.._.8.
0300 : 52 81 FD A0 41 B8 30 72  94 25 AF 5B 3C 3B 51 D3   R...A.0r.%.[<;Q.
0310 : 7C 5D E1 F9 88 42 E6 B1  8A F4 67 07 6A 82 AF 21   |]...B....g.j..!
0320 : BC 18 71 CA A4 57 3B 7E  93 60 6D E8 2D 8E 9D A4   ..q..W;~.`m.-...
0330 : 69 BB 6E F3 6C 45 ED F3  0D 85 C5 A3 13 39 CD D2   i.n.lE.......9..
0340 : D5 9D 9F 29 A8 1E FE 88  40 66 B0 2A F4 1F 07 48   ...)....@f.*...H
0350 : 02 B6 81 B6 E0 76 C8 26  D6 9A DE EB 18 4F 4A B4   .....v.&.....OJ.
0360 : 37 37 56 96 BE EE F0 4C  44 35 F3 57 05 FE 83 00   77V....LD5.W....
0370 : 61 C0 28 50 1E BC 08 71  C6 A4 52 FB 7D 83 61 A1   a.(P...q..R.}.a.
0380 : E8 78 4E A2 B4 79 B7 62  F6 A9 86 FE E2 C0 49 90   .xN..y.b......I.
0390 : 36 EC 16 CD CE D5 94 5F  2F 78 1C 22 89 D9 A6 DA   6......_/x."....
03A0 : FA DB 03 1B 41 CB 70 57  64 3E AB 50 7F 7C 20 21   ....A.pWd>.P.| !
03B0 : D8 18 5A 8A BB 27 33 5A  95 FB 2F 03 5C 01 F9 C0   ..Z..'3Z../.\...
03C0 : 42 D0 31 9C 14 69 CF 6E  D4 2C 5F 5D F8 39 82 92   B.1..i.n.,_].9..
03D0 : E1 AD 88 7D A6 A1 BA F8  73 02 A5 C1 BB 10 73 4C   ...}....s.....sL
03E0 : 25 F5 DB 07 1B 42 8B 71  A7 64 7A AB 63 3F 69 D0   %....B.q.dz.c?i.
03F0 : 2E DC 1C 59 C9 FA D6 C3  1E D1 C8 5C 56 B9 FE F2   ...Y.......\V...
0400 : C0 45 90 33 2C 15 DD CF  19 94 0A EF 47 0C 32 85   .E.3,.......G.2.
0410 : D5 A3 1F 39 C8 12 D6 8D  9E E5 A8 4B 3E B7 50 76   ...9.......K>.Pv
0420 : BC 26 F1 DA C4 5B 13 7B  4D E3 75 89 E7 26 CA 9A   .&...[.{M.u..&..
0430 : D7 2B 1E 9F 48 68 36 AE  96 FC 6E C1 EC 50 4D FC   .+..Hh6...n..PM.
0440 : 35 81 D7 20 5E 98 38 6A  92 AF 2D BC 1D B1 C9 B4   5.. ^.8j..-.....
0450 : 56 F7 7E C6 A0 52 F8 3D  82 91 A1 AC 78 7D E2 A1   V.~..R.=....x}..
0460 : 89 B8 66 F2 AA C5 BF 13  30 0D D4 05 9F 43 28 31   ..f.....0....C(1
0470 : DE 94 58 6F 7A AC 23 3D  D9 D1 9A DC 6B 19 EF 4A   ..Xoz.#=....k..J
0480 : CC 37 15 D6 8F 1E E4 08  4B 46 B7 72 F6 A5 86 FB   .7......KF.r....
0490 : 22 C3 59 91 FA EC 43 0D  F1 C5 84 53 23 7D D9 E1   ".Y...C....S#}..
04A0 : 9A C8 6B 16 AF 4E FC 34  41 D7 70 5E A4 38 7B 52   ..k..N.4A.p^.8{R
04B0 : A3 7D B9 E1 B2 C8 75 96  A7 2E FA 9C 43 29 F1 DE   .}....u.....C)..
04C0 : C4 58 53 7A BD E3 31 89  D4 66 DF 6A D8 2F 1A 9C   .XSz..1..f.j./..
04D0 : 0B 29 C7 5E D2 B8 5D B2  B9 B5 B2 F7 35 86 97 22   .).^..].....5.."
04E0 : EE 99 8C 6A E5 EF 0B 0C  07 45 C2 B3 11 B5 CC 77   ...j.....E.....w
04F0 : 15 E6 8F 0A E4 07 0B 42  87 71 A2 A4 79 BB 62 F3   .......B.q..y.b.
0500 : 69 85 EE E3 0C 49 C5 F6  D3 06 DD C2 D9 91 9A EC   i....I..........
0510 : 6B 0D EF 45 8C 33 25 D5  DB 1F 1B 48 0B 76 87 66   k..E.3%....H.v.f
0520 : E2 AA C9 BF 16 F0 0E C4  04 53 43 7D F1 E1 84 48   .........SC}...H
0530 : 63 76 A9 E6 FE CA C0 57  10 3E 8C 10 65 CC 2B 15   cv.....W.>..e.+.
0540 : DF 4F 18 34 0A 97 47 2E  B2 9C 75 A9 E7 3E CA 90   .O.4..G...u..>..
0550 : 57 2C 3E 9D D0 69 9C 2E  E9 DC 4E D9 F4 5A C7 7B   W,>..i....N..Z.{
0560 : 12 A3 4D B9 F5 B2 C7 35  92 97 2D AE 9D BC 69 B1   ..M....5..-...i.
0570 : EE F4 4C 47 75 F2 A7 05  BA 83 33 21 D5 D8 5F 1A   ..LGu.....3!.._.
0580 : B8 0B 32 87 55 A2 BF 39  B0 12 F4 0D 87 45 A2 B3   ..2.U..9.....E..
0590 : 39 B5 D2 F7 1D 86 89 A2  E6 F9 8A C2 E7 11 8A 8C   9...............
05A0 : 67 25 EA 9B 0F 2B 44 1F  73 48 25 F6 9B 06 EB 42   g%...+D.sH%....B
05B0 : CF 71 94 24 6F 5B 6C 3B  6D D3 6D 9D ED A9 8D BE   .q.$o[l;m.m.....
05C0 : E5 B0 4B 34 37 57 56 BE  BE F0 70 44 24 33 5B 55   ..K47WV...pD$3[U
05D0 : FB 7F 03 60 01 E8 00 4E  80 34 60 17 68 0E AE 84   ...`...N.4`.h...
05E0 : 7C 63 61 E9 E8 4E CE B4  54 77 7F 66 A0 2A F8 1F   |ca..N..Tw.f.*..
05F0 : 02 88 01 A6 80 7A E0 23  08 19 C6 8A D2 E7 1D 8A   .....z.#........
0600 : 89 A7 26 FA 9A C3 2B 11  DF 4C 58 35 FA 97 03 2E   ..&...+..LX5....
0610 : 81 DC 60 59 E8 3A CE 93  14 6D CF 6D 94 2D AF 5D   ..`Y.:...m.m.-.]
0620 : BC 39 B1 D2 F4 5D 87 79  A2 A2 F9 B9 82 F2 E1 85   .9...].y........
0630 : 88 63 26 A9 DA FE DB 00  5B 40 3B 70 13 64 0D EB   .c&.....[@;p.d..
0640 : 45 8F 73 24 25 DB 5B 1B  7B 4B 63 77 69 E6 AE CA   E.s$%.[.{Kcwi...
0650 : FC 57 01 FE 80 40 60 30  51 C2 5F 87 48 64 36 AB   .W...@`0Q._.Hd6.
0660 : 56 FF 7E C0 3A 9F D1 C9  0A 91 C7 2C 52 9D FD A9   V.~.:......,R...
0670 : 81 BE E0 70 48 24 36 9B  56 EB 7E CF 60 54 28 3F   ...pH$6.V.~.`T(?
0680 : 5E 90 38 6C 12 AD CD BD  95 B1 AF 34 7C 17 61 CE   ^.8l.......4|.a.
0690 : A8 54 7E BF 60 70 28 24  1E 9B 48 6B 76 AF 66 FC   .T~.`p($..Hkv.f.
06A0 : 2A C1 DF 10 58 0C 3A 85  D3 23 1D D9 C9 9A 5D 8C   *...X.:..#....].
06B0 : DD D7 48 54 36 BF 56 F0  3E C4 1D BA A6 C9 F5 D1   ..HT6.V.>.......
06C0 : 87 1C 62 89 E9 A6 CE FA  D4 43 1F 71 C8 24 56 9B   ..b......C.q.$V.
06D0 : 7E EB 60 4F 68 34 2E 97  5C 6E B9 EC 72 CD E5 95   ~.`Oh4..\n..r...
06E0 : 8B 2F 27 5C 1A B9 CB 32  D7 55 9E BF 28 70 1E A4   ./'\...2.U..(p..
06F0 : 08 7B 46 A3 72 F9 E5 82  CB 21 97 58 6E BA AC 73   .{F.r....!.Xn..s
0700 : 3D E5 D1 8B EE D6 CB FA  B6 CF 36 D4 16 DF 4E D8   =.........6...N.
0710 : 6B FD 97 7B 2E A3 5C 79  F9 E2 C2 C9 91 96 EC 6E   k..{..\y.......n
0720 : CD EC 55 8D FF 25 C4 FE  02 42 FF 5D BB 74 A3 21   ..U..%...B.].t.!
0730 : B9 D8 72 DA A5 9B 3B 2B  53 5F 7D F8 21 82 0B 04   ..r...;+S_}.!...
0740 : 07 25 1E 71 E8 91 78 0C  22 85 D9 A3 1A F9 CB 02   .%.q..x.".......
0750 : D7 41 9E B0 68 74 2E A7  5C 7A BC 0E AA 4E 7B BB   .A..ht..\z...N{.
0760 : EC 69 D8 1C 5A 89 FB 26  C3 5A D1 FB 1C 43 49 F1   .i..Z..&.Z...CI.
0770 : F6 C4 1C 43 2F 6B AA 3E  00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00   ...C/k.>........
0780 : 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00  00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00   ................
0790 : 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00  00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00   ................
07A0 : 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00  00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00   ................
07B0 : 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00  00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00   ................
07C0 : 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00  00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00   ................
07D0 : 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00  00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00   ................
07E0 : 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00  00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00   ................
07F0 : 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00  00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00   ................
0800 : 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00  00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00   ................
0810 : 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00  00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00   ................
0820 : 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00  00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00   ................
0830 : 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00  00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00   ................
0840 : 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00  00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00   ................
0850 : 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00  00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00   ................
0860 : 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00  00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00   ................
0870 : 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00  00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00   ................
0880 : 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00  00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00   ................
0890 : 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00  00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00   ................
08A0 : 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00  00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00   ................
08B0 : 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00  00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00   ................
08C0 : 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00  00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00   ................
08D0 : 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00  00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00   ................
08E0 : 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00  00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00   ................
08F0 : 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00  00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00   ................
0900 : 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00  00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00   ................
0910 : 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00  00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00   ................
0920 : 00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00  00 00 00 00 00 00 00 00   ................

If you can help me connect the dots that would be great.  For instance, how do I convert what I'm seeing on the Plextor over to what I can clearly see on the Sony Drive?  And, how did you arrive at 402, when the data that is zero'ed out is at 404?  Is it because the garbage data starts out halfway on the line above it?

Re: Mega-CD / Sega Saturn dumping

1608/4 = 402 samples, so it should indeed be dumped with +402 (and write offset is +390)

could you redump the audio track plz? (unless it's a dummy)

45 (edited by Z_Kenpachi 2007-11-24 13:56:48)

Re: Mega-CD / Sega Saturn dumping

Working on it now ... I will post in a few minutes.  Write offset is important for when you want to write back to the CD, correct?

    rom ( name track02.bin size 31749648 crc d4837c73 md5 38afb06c00935e4a06b1663825292cc9 sha1 5b4a059f68ddf449532da2b6229a7c48ce97ef80 )

I ripped it on all three drives.  For all my dumbness, I actually did a pretty decent job the first time.  If I had just caught that half line of zeroes and didn't skip a line like a douchebag, then it would have been right the first time.

Re: Mega-CD / Sega Saturn dumping

No problem. At least everything is good now. Thx

Re: Mega-CD / Sega Saturn dumping

Version is 1.000 for that game.  I noticed I did not mention it.  I will be much more complete on my next dump.

Re: Mega-CD / Sega Saturn dumping

About Saturn discs, if someone doesn't know, the following code in the header at 0x60 - 0x6F stands for peripheral compatibility or needs
Copied from Gamefaqs:

J : Every games and demos have this code. Compatible with the Joypad. This is
    the minimum required.
M : Compatible with the Mouse. Games using the mouse have this code.
G : Compatible with the Gun (Virtua Gun or another).
W : Compatible with RAM Carts (1MB or/and 4MB)
S : Compatible with the Steering Wheel (aka Racing Controller or Arcade Racer).
A : Compatible with the Virtua Stick (aka Mission Stick) or/and the Analog
    Controller.
E : Compatible with the Analog Controller (3D-pad) [in fact Multi controller].
T : Compatible with the Multi-Tap.
C : Compatible with the Link Cable. You can play with 2 Saturn-TV-Games
    connected. "C" code is mostly for japanese games.
D : Compatible with the Link Cable [DirectLink]. You can play with 2 Saturn-TV-
    Games connected. "D" code is mostly for games released in the USA.
X : Compatible with the X-Band modem [for japanese games] or compatible with
    the Netlink modem [for american games].
K : Compatible with the Keyboard.
Q : Compatible with the Pachinko Controller ("Pachinko Handle Model Personal
    Use Controller").
F : Compatible with the Floppy Disk Drive.
R : Compatible with a ROM cart (in fact you need it to play).
P : Compatible with the Video CD Card (Mpeg Movie Card).

I found also code "L" but I don't know what it stands for.

My patch requests thread
--------------------------------