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hotaru
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Post by hotaru » Thu Oct 23, 2008 10:32 pm

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DVD-ROM PART NO. [TE51][DVD0]
RINGCODE: [DVDSS-TE501-S 1]
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TRACK01.ISO 150 2054805 4207935488

game (
	name "[TE51][DVD0] TEKKEN 5"
	description "[SYSTEM246][TE5 DVD][NAMCO LIMITED][TEKKEN5 ARCADE][//version=1.10][//output time 2004/10/07 0:53:32]"
	rom ( name TRACK01.ISO size 4207935488 crc 1E2FEE10 md5 8923631CE4D684ABDEDC85917F6210EE sha1 2850C7A0176CDC24C18EA38069998264FCB728C9 )
	rom ( name TE5.CUE size 67 crc E2C0D3DE md5 20875C3D03FBBFF2BC99E96392DC47F9 sha1 91C7B5F2A51EC4EBE4410D2BF872C2B37F75C3F6 )
)
looking for freeware that supports dumping RAW 2352 for DVD-ROM DISK.
vectrex
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Post by vectrex » Thu Nov 20, 2008 7:35 am

what program could be used to backup a System246 DVD ??? any ideas? thanks
Vigi
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Post by Vigi » Tue Dec 02, 2008 3:38 pm

I think System246 discs are basically the same as normal PS2 DVD's?, so you should dump it like any other DVD (using isobuster or dvd decrypter for instance).. the format will be 2048 bytes/sector .iso.

RAW dumping (2064 bytes/sector) is possible if you have an LG drive which can dump gamecube/wii discs, but I don't think it's of any use for most DVD's. And you won't be able to burn these images, because there are no drives which support RAW DVD burning, so it's basically pointless.

Some more info on RAW DVD reading/burning:
http://club.cdfreaks.com/f80/dvd-burner ... ns-121634/
http://debugmo.de/?p=17
hotaru
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Post by hotaru » Sun Dec 07, 2008 2:31 pm

@Vigi- funny that. just purchased a GDR-8162B. day late, dollar short, & all that jazz. will test this against PlayStation 2 DVD-ROMs when i get around to purchasing the few that were ports of SYSTEM246/256.
serantes
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Post by serantes » Mon Feb 02, 2009 12:32 pm

i think i got a newer version of this tekken 5.1 disc as my disc is TE51 DVD0B also the ring code is different DVDSS-TE502-S 1
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