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Post by atreyu187 » Tue Oct 25, 2011 6:35 pm


"disc.gdi" size="87" crc="cb5f2d61" md5="44fd0bf037defd18330131f7c4798bc5" sha1="bdf79a7f7b5ff359865de7b61661aeefd5ef11d2"/>

"ip.bin" size="32768" crc="43c05a19" md5="b69c113b98717bc11f91abac998422b5" sha1="b214f7fd5ad49c4c1514d11d94e489a89ec40805"/>

"track01.bin" size="1166592" crc="a7fc1221" md5="d0bf0f734ebf8eb3ce260969717241d6" sha1="9f50fd94eeafd8a995e6f8b0002ff904809c6f8b"

"track02.raw" size="2036832" crc="8c76ba85" md5="b62b490782ae03865592d79f13168c17" sha1="4fd817ccaa746651a1e277fdebd25ea4868ffb86"

"track03.bin" size="1185760800" crc="42ec1b59" md5="23e70871f0bc0cb0fc094ec4072b8629" sha1="a64cffa8a721b8730f8d80a908f0c3f1f823b7fd"

Disk Info:
Hardware Identifier : "SEGA SEGAKATANA"
Hardware Vender ID : "SEGA ENTERPRISES"
Media ID : "761E"
Media Information : "GD-ROM1/1"
Compatible area symbols : "J"
Peripheral Information : "0019800"
Product number : "T35401M"
Version number : "V2.000"
Release date (dd/mm/yyyy): 25/11/1998
First read file : "1ST_READ.BIN"
Maker Identifier : "SEGA LC-T-354"
Game Title : "July"

HD area TOC:
HD tracks : 3 to 3
track 3 : Start LBA 45000 , End LBA 549300, ctrl 0x4
Last Sector : LBA 549150
Dumped using DC SD Ripper, dumped twice and got same checksums on two different cards. One a 16gb SDHC San Disk microSD and the other a OLD 2gb SD card. This method has always given me the same results as TOSEC and only takes 45 minutes to dump a disc completely and only cost about $20 for an adapter. Anyhow submitted for your approval. Take it as you will but it isn't my first game I have added but it should be considered as a new method to add as it will only increase the amount of dumpers and make the list bigger faster to ensure we have a complete collection for preservation.
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Re: July.T35401M.v2.000

Post by Maddog » Sat Sep 14, 2019 1:36 pm

This was already verified against an internal dump by ackmed with ringcode T-35401M-0003A 10M3 (forgot to post about it, sorry guys...)
Now it also matches a dump from Jhmiller with 10M2 ringcode.

Thank you all! :D
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