Silver (G) [T-15109D-18]

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Silver (G) [T-15109D-18]

Post by executter » Fri Aug 07, 2009 5:11 am

Title : SILVER
Media ID : 125B
Media Config : GD-ROM1/1
Regions : E
Peripheral String : 0799A10
Product Number : T15109D
Version : V1.000
Release Date : 20000630
Manufacturer ID : SEGA LC-T-151
Ring Code : T-15109D-0216SS EMI CD HOLLAND @ 2

Dump Tools : Dreamcast PAL HKT-3030 (1) with Broadband HIT-0400 | dcload-ip-1.0.3 & httpd-ack-20071123 | Ubuntu 9.04 with wget & custom script :)

Emu compatibility : doesn't work with nullDC v1.0.3 (crash many times) | works with Makaron T11/2
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GDI Structure wrote:3
1 0 4 2352 track01.bin 0
2 775 0 2352 track02.raw 0
3 45000 4 2352 track03.bin 0
Files Infos wrote:disc.gdi size 87 crc b220115c md5 9d1f603062285fdb7bc099ed4d1e5ff1 sha1 2a37adc5e75d6f43b27bc61dc4fc09d5ad473ce0
track01.bin size 1470000 crc 6a095129 md5 5972b6aa3bb15abd194ccf184e600477 sha1 d8cc80e0f31712ceb0e785ddbb7aea081c62f02e
track02.raw size 13994400 crc 15e73429 md5 d1838bcbca4a24b39deddeae2a9d371a sha1 b643df4def042b6c23f90f54c690ac7df431233f
track03.bin size 1185760800 crc 8400a5f5 md5 8dc377eb25f04f0a7a6a32d64b5815a1 sha1 4822de8116bb26e099a05c6281a4aaec45daf341
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Post by Iggi » Sat Mar 12, 2011 6:28 pm

Matches my own dump :)
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Re: Silver (G) [T-15109D-18]

Post by Maddog » Sat Nov 17, 2018 1:35 am

Matched my personal dump. This was never available online before (at least to my knowledge), it will now appear in the next dats.
All info matches executter's dump above. Thanks, executter! :)
The missing barcode is 3546430-00904-8.
Interestingly enough, track01.bin also matched with the FR-IT-PT version seen here: viewtopic.php?f=5&t=1331 ,which means it's harder than usual telling them apart.

Big thanks also go to Paperman, who generously donated half of the cost of buying this relatively expensive game for dumping. Now everyone can enjoy it. Thank you man! :D :D :D
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