Sydney 2000 (AU) [White Label]

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Sydney 2000 (AU) [White Label]

Post by executter » Tue Aug 06, 2019 5:25 am

should be similar to australian retail T-36808D-03.
WL S/N: 950-0075-03 / 952-0070-03.
Media ID : 863D
Media Config : GD-ROM1/1
Regions : E
Peripheral String : 07D9A00
Product Number : T36808D 03
Version : V1.001
Release Date : 20000730
Manufacturer ID : SEGA LC-T-368
Ring Code : T-36808D-0204SS EMI CD HOLLAND @ 2

Dump Tools : Dreamcast PAL HKT-3030 (1) with Broadband HIT-0400 | dcload-ip-1.0.3 & httpd-ack-20080711 | Ubuntu 12.04 with custom python script :)

Emu compatibility : ** TO EDIT **
GDI Structure wrote:6
1 0 4 2352 track01.bin 0
2 6985 0 2352 track02.raw 0
3 45000 4 2352 track03.bin 0
4 200734 0 2352 track04.raw 0
5 215694 0 2352 track05.raw 0
6 233985 4 2352 track06.bin 0
Files Infos wrote:disc.gdi size 181 crc 18582ece md5 b8cfeb88cf631c29293858f4c1315344 sha1 5abb3d0db88139bf8bf40eccd4f3750a55d9d4f5
track01.bin size 16075920 crc 5e8895e6 md5 34bcb7f31904b1d909cf9439d8336c03 sha1 c30909373e75fc04613c7d3e456a8c28a0a27fc4
track02.raw size 13994400 crc 15e73429 md5 d1838bcbca4a24b39deddeae2a9d371a sha1 b643df4def042b6c23f90f54c690ac7df431233f
track03.bin size 365933568 crc 56ab8f09 md5 2af75dfbc2117ceec243b2d91478ea4d sha1 1e12b77ff7297733cd21311ac315f8d7e9a48c6f
track04.raw size 35185920 crc 12991544 md5 dfc382818ec337958203eb56543d21bc sha1 11f405fbec1852f2ababfdd1f39ee611d627aa94
track05.raw size 42667632 crc e8f86f7f md5 daec092bebe12eaf45f1a84edd6b20a6 sha1 9e9f29914e42300cd0f11179718d06172c040cd5
track06.bin size 741268080 crc 47014221 md5 bab8e63114f5b7135e62b2ad4ad24650 sha1 ccf8bc63132cf8ef21d2a5e21399fbd577a6e5dc

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Re: Sydney 2000 (AU) [White Label]

Post by darcagn » Tue Aug 06, 2019 3:15 pm

Australian retail T-36808D-03 is currently unverified. I was sent a free copy by a Reddit user to dump for the project, but unfortunately track06.bin was too damaged and I could not recover it. However, my tracks 01 - 05 match yours.

Maddog also bought a copy, but I don't know if he dumped it yet.

Australian retail T-36808D-03 also has 1 unverified dump in Redump, based on converting from Redump to TOSEC style dumps I predicted a track06 md5sum of bab8e63114f5b7135e62b2ad4ad24650 which is what you got.

If I take my damaged track06, run it through a program like CDmage to identify bad sectors, then copy only those analogous sectors from the Redump copy, I also get an md5sum of bab8e63114f5b7135e62b2ad4ad24650.

So this one should be verified very soon.
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Re: Sydney 2000 (AU) [White Label]

Post by diegorbb93 » Tue Aug 06, 2019 3:56 pm

Another three discs were dumped beyond the Darcagn disc, one in Maxoofj's hands, , and the other were recently received by Maddog's friend, who dumped them too.

All of them suffered the same problem: Damaged sectors on Track 06 (the other Tracks were dumped clean, if im not mistaken, they all match these hashes). These 3 discs have been dumped with SD Card method and not BBA.

In the following months we expect to obtain the data dumped from BBA method and even if they turn to bad again, these will be compared, as we've confirmed that each discs owns different damage sectors to each other, so each dump should confirm the expected good sectors.

In case you are wondering, we've already discussed how the hell this was possible. Thanks to Executter, we now can confirm what Maddog expected: This was just pure evil bad luck.

At the end of the day, the best is to obtain a clean Track 06 dump in order to flag this as verified but, i guess, we can finally rest in the PAL hunt, as now, we are able to finally confirm and rebuild the PAL GAME RETAIL IN THE HISTORY OF DREAMCAST!

Thanks so much to every single person that has fought for this along all these years, i cant apreciate enough what this forum has made for Dreamcast preservation and every single user that has colaborated on this!
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