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PROJECT JUSTICE (U) [T1219N]

Post by Mozgus » Wed Apr 11, 2007 11:14 am

Hardware ID: SEGA SEGAKATANA
Hardware Vendor ID: SEGA ENTERPRISES
Media ID: 1EAC
Media Config: GD-ROM1/1
Region(s): U
Peripheral String: 07BBA10
Product Number: T1219N
Version: V1.001
Release Date: 26/01/2001
First-read Filename: 1ST_READ.BIN
Manufacturer's Name / ID: SEGA LC-T-12
Application Title: PROJECT JUSTICE

PROJECT JUSTICE (U) [T1219N].log

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#,Lba,Sectors,Downloaded,Time,State
1,150,450,0.9/0.9MB,00:42:09 > 00:42:34,
2,600,526,1.2/1.2MB,00:42:40 > 00:42:43,
3,45150,504150,984.7/984.7MB,00:42:49 > 01:02:23,
PROJECT JUSTICE (U) [T1219N].gdi

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1 0 4 2048 track01.iso 0
2 450 0 2352 track02.raw 0
3 45000 4 2048 track03.iso 0
PROJECT JUSTICE (U) [T1219N].md5

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61643A043C89373C17CC4AC553DE8391 *track01.iso
87AF6D21A8B10AEFFB90874118531E29 *track02.raw
ACFFC669DFC4653E28ED3CBBB1F5C0D5 *track03.iso
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Post by az_bont » Wed Apr 11, 2007 11:38 am

Cheers, Mozgus. I have a couple of small requests, though.

1) I'm not sure if this has been publically posted, but we would like it if you could format the product number as it appears on the disc/case (including the dashes). We ran into a few problems where games would include double-spaces or an otherwise peculiar product number in the IP.BIN, so we decided it would be best to format it accordingly.

2) If you're ripping with the coder's cable, could you copy-and-paste the console window's output into a log file?

Sorry about all the complicatedness, but hopefully we should now be settled as far as the formatting/posting rules go. :oops:
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Post by Mozgus » Wed Apr 11, 2007 11:49 am

az_bont wrote:Cheers, Mozgus. I have a couple of small requests, though.

1) I'm not sure if this has been publically posted, but we would like it if you could format the product number as it appears on the disc/case (including the dashes). We ran into a few problems where games would include double-spaces or an otherwise peculiar product number in the IP.BIN, so we decided it would be best to format it accordingly.

2) If you're ripping with the coder's cable, could you copy-and-paste the console window's output into a log file?

Sorry about all the complicatedness, but hopefully we should now be settled as far as the formatting/posting rules go. :oops:
Crap, I just put the torrent up at dctorrents.org. And I'll have to do that product number method after this release. Cant change it now. Shenmue 2 is coming up, 3rd disc ripping.
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Post by az_bont » Wed Apr 11, 2007 12:07 pm

Mozgus wrote:
az_bont wrote:Cheers, Mozgus. I have a couple of small requests, though.

1) I'm not sure if this has been publically posted, but we would like it if you could format the product number as it appears on the disc/case (including the dashes). We ran into a few problems where games would include double-spaces or an otherwise peculiar product number in the IP.BIN, so we decided it would be best to format it accordingly.

2) If you're ripping with the coder's cable, could you copy-and-paste the console window's output into a log file?

Sorry about all the complicatedness, but hopefully we should now be settled as far as the formatting/posting rules go. :oops:
Crap, I just put the torrent up at dctorrents.org. And I'll have to do that product number method after this release. Cant change it now. Shenmue 2 is coming up, 3rd disc ripping.
Don't worry - the good thing about having just the ISO/RAW inside the 7z is that any formatting or naming errors, or missing logs or anything like that, have absolutely no effect on what's inside the archive. The rest of it normally comes to less than a single kilobyte, so that can hopefully be corrected at a later date without much fuss. :)

Thanks again for the contribution, and I'm especially glad to hear we've got some real gems like Shenmue 2 on the way. :D
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Post by darcagn » Wed Apr 11, 2007 2:06 pm

Looks great, nice!

And yeah, it's our fault the product number is incorrect, we have fucked around trying to figure out what to do about that quite a bit. We can fix it later though.
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Post by Mozgus » Thu May 03, 2007 11:02 pm

Replaced serial rip info with BBA rip info.
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