Sega GT [51053] %51053 N0822H

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Sega GT [51053] %51053 N0822H

Post by comradesnarky » Mon Aug 26, 2013 2:48 am

Probably nothing really worth looking at, but when I dumped my copy of Sega GT I noticed that all of the hashes mashed except for track14.raw. Not sure of the ring code(s) for the verified version, but DC SD ripper didn't throw any errors at me. Figured I'd submit it.

The proof image is outrageously massive, so I'll just make it a link right here.

Title: Sega GT
Media ID: B465
Media Config: GD-ROM 1/1
Regions: U
Peripheral String: 0799A10
Product Number: MK-51053
Version: v1.003
Release Date: 2000/08/10
Manufacturer ID: SEGA ENTERPRISES
Barcode: 010086510539
Ring Code: %51053 N0822H

Dumped with jj10dm's SD Ripper v1.1
Disk Info:
Hardware Identifier : "SEGA SEGAKATANA"
Hardware Vender ID : "SEGA ENTERPRISES"
Media ID : "B465"
Media Information : "GD-ROM1/1"
Compatible area symbols : " U"
Peripheral Information : "0799A10"
Product number : "MK-51053"
Version number : "V1.003"
Release date (dd/mm/yyyy): 10/08/2000
First read file : "1ST_READ.BIN"
Maker Identifier : "SEGA ENTERPRISES"
Game Title : "SEGAGT"

HD area TOC:
HD tracks : 3 to 15
track 3 : Start LBA 45000 , End LBA 124572, ctrl 0x4
track 4 : Start LBA 124722 , End LBA 160725, ctrl 0x0
track 5 : Start LBA 160875 , End LBA 196875, ctrl 0x0
track 6 : Start LBA 197025 , End LBA 233026, ctrl 0x0
track 7 : Start LBA 233176 , End LBA 269166, ctrl 0x0
track 8 : Start LBA 269316 , End LBA 305302, ctrl 0x0
track 9 : Start LBA 305452 , End LBA 341456, ctrl 0x0
track 10 : Start LBA 341606 , End LBA 346107, ctrl 0x0
track 11 : Start LBA 346257 , End LBA 347759, ctrl 0x0
track 12 : Start LBA 347909 , End LBA 361052, ctrl 0x0
track 13 : Start LBA 361202 , End LBA 381411, ctrl 0x0
track 14 : Start LBA 381561 , End LBA 417640, ctrl 0x0
track 15 : Start LBA 417790 , End LBA 549300, ctrl 0x4
Last Sector : LBA 549150
[SEGAGT]
no type start(physical) size MB
session 1:
1 RDATA 0 ( 150) 300 0M
2 AUDIO 450 ( 600) 526 1M
session 2:
3 RDATA 45000 ( 45150) 79572 187M
4 AUDIO 124722 (124872) 36153 85M
5 AUDIO 160875 (161025) 36150 85M
6 AUDIO 197025 (197175) 36151 85M
7 AUDIO 233176 (233326) 36140 85M
8 AUDIO 269316 (269466) 36136 84M
9 AUDIO 305452 (305602) 36154 85M
10 AUDIO 341606 (341756) 4651 10M
11 AUDIO 346257 (346407) 1652 3M
12 AUDIO 347909 (348059) 13293 31M
13 AUDIO 361202 (361352) 20359 47M
14 AUDIO 381561 (381711) 36079 84M
15 RDATA 417790 (417940) 131360 308M
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rom name="disc.gdi"
size="466"
crc="03ef521e"
md5="63ae301593b9390769795addf8e622a2"
sha1="8c7db1c3caf592448d7306be00ae9b0e78edd77d"

rom name="track01.bin"
size="705600"
crc="c6ba9ee5"
md5="65d46a8b12807de628850adb061b23cd"
sha1="a34c69c4aa4f08ef169227a5f57b389305bb37d8"

rom name="track02.raw"
size="1237152"
crc="dd6fb107"
md5="94fde9cacd7a4b3c18d8918836e9cda5"
sha1="4b9ed2a2eefaae6691674522b9f047a066304a75"

rom name="track03.bin"
size="187153344"
crc="daa53053"
md5="1ebaed59f872f44cda23aa68e7307a88"
sha1="8c793804f29a74e4d7cb5f57fcb331b2f05e77bf"

rom name="track04.raw"
size="85031856"
crc="8f2ba9ca"
md5="da71be786e2f56c4244d4445ff9f69e4"
sha1="ce4ebaa9a1eda6640b88882f77b9d0b06b241c15"

rom name="track05.raw"
size="85024800"
crc="deef5972"
md5="56dfab07187bb3650a89b9156b15547d"
sha1="4d59bcb3195c77d965c98d5b6f82b71cd1a954d0"

rom name="track06.raw"
size="85027152"
crc="fe133a0f"
md5="308281558d81f39c19c9edf3bbf152f1"
sha1="34376078e39ab06bcac0e7473e4afcffe5c3e9da"

rom name="track07.raw"
size="85001280"
crc="29eaeb9c"
md5="4326cfdd9a69e86a884e8940d68e464a"
sha1="826643935a0c327358fe8a2ceefcb79a1c9a4e40"

rom name="track08.raw"
size="84991872"
crc="334e1dfc"
md5="17478f580ebaec232df1be0a96240e44"
sha1="130a55ca19331308cc6e5d4122765cfef3f3ec0c"

rom name="track09.raw"
size="85034208"
crc="7503ae08"
md5="036492284f40b0770e86d070febf94d1"
sha1="c53a39977a1e783f9708378a1b7fdbb02652b05e"

rom name="track10.raw"
size="10939152"
crc="39b9dedb"
md5="888b77ac0e2052b176c38dd35b1257de"
sha1="09e4ccb9dbb8d74138460f7703c8e5e87b534c2d"

rom name="track11.raw"
size="3885504"
crc="4cb8be50"
md5="c3ae68f2719d56bd337661270b851748"
sha1="c4206633d6efd059e471d448073bf8b3c8ed1621"

rom name="track12.raw"
size="31265136"
crc="d60a1278"
md5="92fc7e6fb5ebbe2ea923b66877c0b0ca"
sha1="83ddc5ad52773874944680d0e9fb73339a05cae1"

rom name="track13.raw"
size="47884368"
crc="a20f88ec"
md5="9acc4686a2b342cb1d2b5834610570ef"
sha1="42d623cafe3e4e36a270224d4e62e9cb570b428d"

rom name="track14.raw"
size="84857808"
crc="5a2c259a"
md5="2fb497227f014754f7b2e219f16a87fc"
sha1="5d4d31d0144feea9883ea969b6e0d3ca370ef471"

rom name="track15.bin"
size="308958720"
crc="724a52e1"
md5="4c3fb35ad647b2a710c332e7f44c8e17"
sha1="9e7b274d36ac737e0025dfd830a71a5438d7770f"
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Re: Sega GT [51053] %51053 N0822H

Post by atreyu187 » Mon Aug 26, 2013 8:24 am

Bad track14.raw as the ring code matches what I have of a matched dump. DC SD Ripper doesn't toss out errors unless it can not make it past the error part. Bet if you dump track14.raw again you will get a different hash.
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Re: Sega GT [51053] %51053 N0822H

Post by comradesnarky » Mon Aug 26, 2013 1:54 pm

Ah yeah, matches now. Sorry for the waste of space then, everyone.
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Re: Sega GT [51053] %51053 N0822H

Post by atreyu187 » Mon Aug 26, 2013 5:05 pm

Not a waste this is how we make sure that games are proper. I hope to god you can crack the WinCE code on this game.
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Re: Sega GT [51053] %51053 N0822H

Post by darcagn » Mon Aug 26, 2013 7:45 pm

atreyu187 wrote:Not a waste this is how we make sure that games are proper.
+1

better to have extraneous submissions than not enough.

Over time you'll get to identify when a dump is bad by yourself though, if only one of the audio tracks is off and the rest is OK it's very likely a bad dump. If it were a different version, it would mean it was a different pressing and likely all the audio tracks wouldn't match due to a different audio offset for that pressing. But like I said, more data is better than not enough, and anything can happen!
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