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Old 02 July 2018, 09:22   #101
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Thanks, Retroplay.
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Old 02 July 2018, 09:56   #102
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The ones I've got back, Menace, Shockwave and Unreal are already available. Denis did send me Gazza II, not sure if that's in the wild though, but sharing it might upset Denis unless he's OK for it to be shared?
I have been doing a compromise : in order for people to contribute, i have said to my colleagues that i would make them wait for official (read: with number attributed) IPF, by giving them a temporary IPF with no number.

I have been asked in return to pass the word that those IPF without numbering must not go public.

I have the same problem with Amstrad IPF : there are some official ones, but it's only a few part (300 titles), when i did on my part something like 1200 softwares for Amstrad CPC disks (wet finger count).
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Old 02 July 2018, 11:15   #103
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@dlfrsilver: So I think my Gazza II you sent is a temporary IPF then and not for distribution or is it the sme as SPS 1366 and can be distributed?
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Old 02 July 2018, 11:36   #104
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If it (Gazza II) has a crc of 3530ea33 (size 540130) then it's the official numbered SPS 1366.
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I'm currently at work, i can't access any of the files for checking. I'll see that this evening once at home.
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Old 02 July 2018, 15:09   #106
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I'm currently at work, i can't access any of the files for checking. I'll see that this evening once at home.
You can't remote access your home computer? Denis, It's 2018
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Old 02 July 2018, 16:45   #107
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You can't remote access your home computer? Denis, It's 2018
If i do that, i'll get fired from my work, plain and simple.
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Old 02 July 2018, 16:48   #108
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If it (Gazza II) has a crc of 3530ea33 (size 540130) then it's the official numbered SPS 1366.
I don't remember, but since i got Gazza II official IPF, it must be IPF 1366. I don't give a temporary IPF if an official one exists.

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Old 02 July 2018, 18:03   #109
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I have the same problem with Amstrad IPF : there are some official ones, but it's only a few part (300 titles), when i did on my part something like 1200 softwares for Amstrad CPC disks (wet finger count).
Do you know anything about SPS C64 files? Like, are they NIB or G64 type?
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Old 02 July 2018, 18:29   #110
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Do you know anything about SPS C64 files? Like, are they NIB or G64 type?
I don't have access to the C64 IPF, this because this computer flopped in my country.

Those are in IPF format.

I can only help on any Amiga, Atari ST, Amstrad CPC and Spectrum Disk dumps.
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Old 02 July 2018, 19:11   #111
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Just checked the IPF Denis sent and its zipped as GazzaII_1366.zip

The file inside has the same size and CRC as in Retroplay's post so it looks like the official Gazza II IPF!
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Old 02 July 2018, 20:25   #113
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INCOMING!!!

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Just checked the IPF Denis sent and its zipped as GazzaII_1366.zip

The file inside has the same size and CRC as in Retroplay's post so it looks like the official Gazza II IPF!
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...and file rebuilt to "1366 - Gazza II (Europe) (En,Fr,De,It).zip" plus also moved to "/Commodore_Amiga/TOSEC/[not in TOSEC] IPFs - Official"
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Old 02 July 2018, 22:00   #115
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On a1k.org I did the same, starting with GERMAN games, but now having many seldom international Amiga Titel also. Work was done over many years, having now over 250 checked Amiga games.
I start releasing the images to some people, before they got lost. I gave up hope that SPS will check them. C64 First, since years!!!
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Is there anything there that's missing from "Commodore Amiga - Games - SPS (TOSEC-v2018-03-05)"?

See this thread: Locating / sorting / uploading .IPFs...

If not, then you wasted your time...

Please check my Upload. I got it directly from CAPSDI FTP when i was part of this project My uploads contains also Box scans and manuals inside zips (for example bardstale,the-talesoftheunknown_10.zip).

If there is nothing new please delete it...
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On a1k.org I did the same, starting with GERMAN games, but now having many seldom international Amiga Titel also. Work was done over many years, having now over 250 checked Amiga games.
I start releasing the images to some people, before they got lost. I gave up hope that SPS will check them. C64 First, since years!!!
There are too many titles to check on C64. An Army would be required.......
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Please check my Upload. I got it directly from CAPSDI FTP when i was part of this project My uploads contains also Box scans and manuals inside zips (for example bardstale,the-talesoftheunknown_10.zip).

If there is nothing new please delete it...
Well, shame you still aren't a member


Looks like you have some ST images in there too, I am downloading them now, will let DamienD know which ones maybe new so he can move them if required.
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There are too many titles to check on C64. An Army would be required.......
Your not kidding, just how many C64 dumps have SPS actually got?
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Please check my Upload. I got it directly from CAPSDI FTP when i was part of this project My uploads contains also Box scans and manuals inside zips (for example bardstale,the-talesoftheunknown_10.zip).

If there is nothing new please delete it...
Amiga wise... CAPSDI is ancient; TOSEC and myself probably already have everything from there

I'm not going to download all your uploads and then run through ClrMAMEPro; that's absolute madness and a total waste of my precious time

You have the files locally on your hard drive; please follow these instructions and report back:

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To make sure whatever you have isn't already included in TOSEC; best to run everything through ClrMAMEPro and the latest DATs as listed in post #13
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