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Old 06 January 2014, 21:31   #21
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Schoenfeld, try to run it as-is under WINE, but then you need access to the harddrive(s) with your amigastuff from WINE.
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Old 06 January 2014, 21:52   #22
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This seems really cool. Thanks!!!
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Old 07 January 2014, 19:10   #23
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Schoenfeld, try to run it as-is under WINE, but then you need access to the harddrive(s) with your amigastuff from WINE.
I know I can bend over backwards and get almost any Windows app running under WINE, but since the developer of this app is around and he's an Amiga guy, I was hoping that he's a bit more on the "alternative OS" side.

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Old 08 January 2014, 15:49   #24
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Nice tool - I just tried scanning through some of my ADF files but somehow quite a lot of them seems to have sector errors, although most of them work just fine. Maybe sector errors are more common on Amiga disks than one would expect..

There was also a few which was could not be matched by any image in TOSEC, not even as a partial match. I will look closer at them to see if that can really be true (don't think they should be rare in any way).
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@Phiber
DMS-W supports joined DMS files (disk1a.dms + disk1b.dms in one big dms file) and you can use the "Merge Some files" function to convert in ADF, a set of split DMS files (disk1a.dms & disk1b.dms)

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I'll see what I can do but I will not promise anything. By cons, this project is closed source, sorry

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You have some sample files containing errors but works well?
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You have some sample files containing errors but works well?
They might not work 100%, only that I didn't have any problems with starting and playing part of the game, but the problems can likely show up later in the game. Some of them would not boot up, so was clearly broken.
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They might not work 100%, only that I didn't have any problems with starting and playing part of the game, but the problems can likely show up later in the game. Some of them would not boot up, so was clearly broken.
Ok, so nothing unusual!

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I added some databases in the first post : nothing essential, but is helpful.
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@Crashdisk:
Can you please explain this:
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File selected : REBELS-WhatchaWant17.adf
File size : 901.120 bytes
CRC32 : $7CAFFBAC
File loaded as an ADF : AmigaDOS OFS
- Identification with ABR engine : <Loader> Jungle Command Bootleg 2.1
- Identification with DWP engine : <Loader> Jungle Command Bootleg v2.1 (Generic)
- Rate of filling : 81.83% (based on BAM information)
- Rate of filling : 81.83% (based on sectors identification)
Since this disk has custom bootblock, which loads NDOS data stored on disk, is it then not logically, that the values of filling should be different.
Is the detection 100%?
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Since this disk has custom bootblock, which loads NDOS data stored on disk, is it then not logically, that the values of filling should be different.
Is the detection 100%?
The answer is simple. NoDOS data are sometimes protected by the BAM :
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File selected             : REBELS-WhatchaWant17.dms
File size                 : 902.776 bytes
CRC32                     : $12F2A967
File loaded as an DMS     : DMS Archive

-------------------------- -------- -------- -- -- -- ---------------- -------------------------------------------------------
 Content list             |  Size  | CRC32  |BA|HR|SQ|      Date      | Error reporting                                       |
-------------------------- -------- -------- -- -- -- ---------------- -------------------------------------------------------
c/                        |   <DIR>|        |OK|OK|  |1991.10.26 16:49|                                                       |
c/Run                     |   2.568|32C370EF|OK|OK|OK|1990.03.23 15:12|                                                       |
c/Type                    |   2.284|DF4AC612|OK|OK|OK|1988.08.13 18:28|                                                       |
devs/                     |   <DIR>|        |OK|OK|  |1991.10.26 16:51|                                                       |
devs/system-configuration |     232|9BCCFE07|OK|OK|OK|1978.01.01 00:00|                                                       |
s/                        |   <DIR>|        |OK|OK|  |1991.10.26 16:53|                                                       |
s/startup-sequence        |     185|80F0FD51|OK|OK|OK|1991.10.26 16:53|                                                       |
!BOOT-$00000400-PROG.bin  |  66.048|501ABE56|OK|OK|NA|1978.01.01 00:00|Fake file : this hidden data are used by the bootblock |
ANSI                      |   1.289|3BF819E8|OK|OK|OK|1991.10.26 17:22|                                                       |
dc_mb5.exe                | 160.276|4A4052AF|OK|OK|OK|1987.06.04 18:33|                                                       |
highfly.exe               | 124.600|BB63FA8A|OK|OK|OK|1991.10.26 17:16|                                                       |
LEGEND_FILE_NEWS          |  70.720|AD00B77B|OK|OK|OK|1992.10.03 21:16|                                                       |
loader                    |     632|BA48CA06|OK|OK|OK|1991.10.26 16:41|                                                       |
pac-mag9.exe              | 107.500|B34841B3|OK|OK|OK|1991.10.26 16:56|                                                       |
tlg                       |   1.526|D6D0C0D1|OK|OK|OK|1991.10.26 17:10|                                                       |
VH.exe                    | 147.888|080AD31C|OK|OK|OK|1991.12.06 23:31|                                                       |
-------------------------- -------- -------- -- -- -- ---------------- -------------------------------------------------------
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The answer is simple. NoDOS data are sometimes protected by the BAM :

!BOOT-$00000400-PROG.bin | 66.048|501ABE56|OK|OK|NA|1978.01.01 00:00|Fake file : this hidden data are used by the bootblock |
Seems to be new announced feature!
I am patient.
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@Crashdisk:
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CRC32 based identification :
BAMCopy [F7316A72] 4D Sports Boxing v1.0 (1991)(Mindscape)(Disk 2 of 2)
Standard ADF [0E18F74F] 4D Sports Boxing v1.0 (1991)(Mindscape)(Disk 2 of 2)[a5]
I have still problems to interpret such output, and also have doubt.
I dont know, if there is any need to rename sets above.
Is there any guarantee, that [F7316A72] is really bam-copied disk of [0E18F74F]?
Technically it is for sure, but is it not possible, that some disk-copier add his own values to free area, in this case "FFFF" ?
Or am i completely wrong?
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I think the unused areas could contain anything. If you do a bamcopy to a disk with data already on it, it will not overwrite the data in the unused sectors.
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Indeed, everything is possible...preferably, it is best to compare with the original (SPS => ADF) but in this case, given the lack of audit evidence, I prefer not to touch anything.
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Indeed, everything is possible...preferably, it is best to compare with the original (SPS => ADF) but in this case, given the lack of audit evidence, I prefer not to touch anything.
ok, thanks for confirming.
Anyway still have some problems to interpret alterations on disk.
Can you please check whole current
4D Sports Boxing v1.0 ADFs and let me know, how would you change filenames and why.
There are some altered disks(datestamps and other modifications).
It would be easier for me to name disks correctly, if i would see some examples.

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Standard ADF [AC477006] 4D Sports Driving v1.2 (1992-01-10)(Mindscape)(Disk 2 of 2)[a]
Is this case similar to the ADFs, which you have named as [rebuilt] in upcoming TOSEC release?

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Program error while accesing this one:
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Thunderdome V (19xx)(Overlords)[v Eleni 2.2][KS2.0]
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Program error while accesing this one:
This problem is known and fixed in WiP. This is related to the search function of reading data in the bootblock.
Note: This issue only affects the private version 20140123
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This option can crack password protected DMS?
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This option can crack password protected DMS?
Yes, indeed it is the goal. I put a sample in The Zone!
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@Crashdisk, i found this after the Analyze a file test of the file you uploaded to The Zone!;

File selected : AF110SubsDisk.dms
File size : 814.783 bytes
CRC32 : $FF7D2118
File loaded as an DMS : DMS Archive

File format : DMS classic
Version number of creator : v1.11
Version needed to extract : v1.11
Packed bytes : 813.127 bytes
Unpacked bytes : 901.120 bytes
Lowtrack in archive : 00
Hightrack in archive : 79
Compression Mode Used : Heavy2
Creation date : 1998.03.11 17:53:30
Time to create archive : 00:00:39
Info Header CRC : $9667

Machine Type : Amiga
Machine CPU : Motorola 68040
CPU Coprocessor : Motorola 68882
Disktype of Archive : Amiga OS 1.0 OFS
General info : Encrypted

Cyl Dec Len RLE Len Comp Len C.Mode & Flag U.SUM D.CRC H.CRC Crypt
------ -------- -------- -------- ------------- ----- ----- ----- -----
C00 11.264 10.619 10.619 Heavy2 - T - $C52B $99D9 $5474 Yes
C01 11.264 10.467 9.045 Heavy2 - - - $562E $583F $DA44 Yes
C02 11.264 - 10.895 Heavy2 D - - $D355 $63F8 $0E04 Yes
C03 11.264 - 10.861 Heavy2 D - - $0B25 $AB2D $5134 Yes
C04 11.264 10.906 10.325 Heavy2 - - - $2481 $3688 $158D Yes
C05 11.264 - 10.938 Heavy2 D T - $EE50 $0E49 $6B5D Yes
C06 11.264 11.135 10.531 Heavy2 - - - $F7DA $ED27 $14B2 Yes
C07 11.264 - 10.727 Heavy2 D - - $1503 $2A3C $F3FB Yes
C08 11.264 - 10.905 Heavy2 D - - $330D $E7CD $45D1 Yes
C09 11.264 10.893 10.448 Heavy2 - - - $8D41 $2A10 $243B Yes
C10 11.264 10.959 10.480 Heavy2 - T - $0DC8 $3215 $8DC8 Yes
C11 11.264 - 10.463 Heavy2 D - - $7096 $8B45 $C769 Yes
C12 11.264 11.140 10.542 Heavy2 - - - $2E13 $AD34 $E4EF Yes
C13 11.264 - 10.764 Heavy2 D - - $9883 $19C1 $E2F8 Yes
C14 11.264 - 10.966 Heavy2 D - - $8BCD $6B70 $BFB2 Yes
C15 11.264 10.936 10.943 Heavy2 - T - $9479 $4EE3 $530C Yes
C16 11.264 11.141 10.155 Heavy2 - - - $5F59 $2E3E $7974 Yes
C17 11.264 - 10.960 Heavy2 D - - $DF77 $E8F5 $7962 Yes
C18 11.264 - 10.966 Heavy2 D - - $DA88 $D70B $7C9F Yes
C19 11.264 11.124 10.711 Heavy2 - - - $B210 $1225 $1BF7 Yes
C20 11.264 - 11.128 Heavy2 D T - $1E17 $567A $DF7E Yes
C21 11.264 - 10.959 Heavy2 D - - $D73D $7C34 $488E Yes
C22 11.264 - 10.946 Heavy2 D - - $EA7F $569D $4384 Yes
C23 11.264 11.113 10.730 Heavy2 - - - $A37E $48B3 $CB7C Yes
C24 11.264 - 10.947 Heavy2 D - - $9DA5 $2F86 $6F57 Yes
C25 11.264 - 11.177 Heavy2 D T - $2F11 $237D $4A96 Yes
C26 11.264 11.036 10.674 Heavy2 - - - $6B92 $BF39 $3FF8 Yes
C27 11.264 - 10.965 Heavy2 D - - $5DE2 $1786 $F3C1 Yes
C28 11.264 - 10.959 Heavy2 D - - $51F3 $3F36 $08BF Yes
C29 11.264 11.098 10.279 Heavy2 - - - $3367 $2BF8 $5118 Yes
C30 11.264 11.260 10.585 Heavy2 - T - $38CB $B371 $9C82 Yes
C31 11.264 - 10.777 Heavy2 D - - $32C1 $E32F $C36C Yes
C32 11.264 10.947 10.310 Heavy2 - - - $F1E2 $319A $F62E Yes
C33 11.264 - 10.946 Heavy2 D - - $3B05 $C0BD $C885 Yes
C34 11.264 10.974 10.647 Heavy2 - - - $5E9D $B45A $571A Yes
C35 11.264 9.727 8.437 Heavy2 - T - $7FDA $242F $BF80 Yes
C36 11.264 6.002 1.001 Heavy2 - - - $556A $3650 $A8F4 Yes
C37 11.264 5.024 813 Heavy2 - - - $1165 $733E $648E Yes
C38 11.264 5 4 Heavy2 - - - $0000 $1F50 $3FC3 Yes
C39 11.264 5 3 Heavy2 - - - $0000 $DA2E $3BCB Yes
C40 11.264 8.856 7.573 Heavy2 - - - $9845 $C00B $A1EB Yes
C41 11.264 - 10.961 Heavy2 D - - $9F2D $B2F4 $2490 Yes
C42 11.264 11.081 10.189 Heavy2 - - - $2C43 $ADFB $C6B1 Yes
C43 11.264 - 11.036 Heavy2 D - - $3DDD $E011 $29F7 Yes
C44 11.264 - 11.224 Heavy2 D T - $0B2D $402D $502F Yes
C45 11.264 10.901 10.055 Heavy2 - - - $DCFC $6866 $C377 Yes
C46 11.264 11.118 10.485 Heavy2 - - - $18C7 $6F02 $7B14 Yes
C47 11.264 - 10.914 Heavy2 D - - $FD2C $51FB $EFF4 Yes
C48 11.264 - 10.964 Heavy2 D - - $FC3A $D80B $4298 Yes
C49 11.264 10.981 10.964 Heavy2 - T - $757E $32AE $FDAA Yes
C50 11.264 - 10.957 Heavy2 D - - $3DED $FD9D $2577 Yes
C51 11.264 11.124 10.228 Heavy2 - - - $B55B $C784 $1A74 Yes
C52 11.264 - 10.956 Heavy2 D - - $3C02 $9AC8 $DD2F Yes
C53 11.264 - 10.952 Heavy2 D - - $FA29 $E693 $56D6 Yes
C54 11.264 11.112 10.889 Heavy2 - T - $8678 $E547 $FAF2 Yes
C55 11.264 - 10.955 Heavy2 D - - $C458 $D8C0 $BD56 Yes
C56 11.264 - 10.953 Heavy2 D - - $AA6D $A907 $257B Yes
C57 11.264 - 10.948 Heavy2 D - - $FA38 $48EF $87C8 Yes
C58 11.264 11.105 10.650 Heavy2 - - - $9C48 $6288 $7EEE Yes
C59 11.264 - 11.149 Heavy2 D T - $A864 $9711 $E0C4 Yes
C60 11.264 - 10.961 Heavy2 D - - $98AC $E619 $FAEA Yes
C61 11.264 11.115 10.721 Heavy2 - - - $6496 $0D96 $9BA4 Yes
C62 11.264 - 10.956 Heavy2 D - - $3403 $4EB7 $9AE8 Yes
C63 11.264 11.258 10.256 Heavy2 - - - $953A $20DD $8AD2 Yes
C64 11.264 11.121 10.917 Heavy2 - T - $0CCD $DCE4 $0B5E Yes
C65 11.264 - 10.965 Heavy2 D - - $C9AF $F671 $39AE Yes
C66 11.264 - 10.948 Heavy2 D - - $54F1 $4745 $FD86 Yes
C67 11.264 11.097 10.426 Heavy2 - - - $D608 $37D2 $399A Yes
C68 11.264 - 10.957 Heavy2 D - - $866E $1552 $5B5A Yes
C69 11.264 - 11.154 Heavy2 D T - $66CE $5448 $16D0 Yes
C70 11.264 - 10.575 Heavy2 D - - $34A7 $C204 $AC56 Yes
C71 11.264 11.105 10.723 Heavy2 - - - $47AE $95DF $DF0B Yes
C72 11.264 - 10.651 Heavy2 D - - $7390 $6A48 $14BE Yes
C73 11.264 - 10.684 Heavy2 D - - $F426 $FFCD $01A9 Yes
C74 11.264 11.115 10.888 Heavy2 - T - $6393 $3050 $71C7 Yes
C75 11.264 - 10.781 Heavy2 D - - $B052 $F45C $8CBB Yes
C76 11.264 - 10.674 Heavy2 D - - $AB73 $122C $F6D7 Yes
C77 11.264 11.105 10.613 Heavy2 - - - $BE08 $5ABF $35E7 Yes
C78 11.264 - 10.796 Heavy2 D - - $57C8 $B4D3 $8CE3 Yes
C79 11.264 - 10.948 Heavy2 D T - $9878 $38F1 $E784 Yes

Decryption key found $7546

CRC32 based identification :
Clean ADF [69025330] Amiga Format #110 (1998-04)(Future Publishing)(GB)(Disk 3 of 3)[May 1998][Subscriber Disk]

Bootblock specification:
- No bootable
- OFS (Original File System)
- Identification with ABR engine : <Standard> DOS Cleared Bootblock [Non Bootable]
- Identification with DWP engine : <Standard> DOS Cleared Bootblock OFS

----------------------------------------------------------------------
| Bootblock |
----------------------------------------------------------------------
|$0000|DOS.............................................................|
|$0040|................................................................|
|$0080|................................................................|
|$00C0|................................................................|
|$0100|................................................................|
|$0140|................................................................|
|$0180|................................................................|
|$01C0|................................................................|
|$0200|ÿûÿû¿ÿÿóÿþÿÿþþÿþÿÿÿÿÿýÿÿöÿÿýÿþÿÿÿÿ¿ÿÿÿÿÿÿÿÿÿÿÿÿÿûÿÿÿÿÿïþÿÿýÿÿÿÿÿ|
|$0240|ÿóÿ÷ÿÿÿÿÿÿïÿÿÿÿÿÿÿÿÿ÷ÿ÷ÿÿÿÿÿÿÿÿÿÿÿÿÿþÿ÷ÿÿÿÿÿÿÿÿÿýïÿÿÿïÿÿÿÿþÿû»û|
|$0280|ÿÿÿÿûÿÿÿÿÿÿÿüÿÿÿÿÿýÿÿÿÿÿûÿûÿÿÿÿÿûïÿÿÿÿÿÿÿÿÿÿÿÿó¿ÿÿ÷ÿóïÿÿûÿÿ¿÷¿ÿ|
|$02C0|ÿÿÿÿÿÿÿÿÿÿÿÿÿÿÿÿÿÿÿÿÿÿÿ÷ÿÿ¿þÿÿÿÿÿÿÿ÷ÿÿÿÿÿÿõÿ÷ÿÿÿÿ¿ÿÿýÿûÿÿÿÿÿÿÿÿ|
|$0300|ÿÿÿùÿýÿûÿýÿÿÿÿ»ÿÿ³ÿþÿÿÿÿÿþÿÿïþÿ÷ÿÿÿûÿÿ÷ÿÿÿßÿÿÿÿÿÿÿÿÿÿ÷÷ÿöÿ÷ÿþÿÿ|
|$0340|÷ÿÿóÿûÿ÷ÿíÿÿûÿÿÿÿïÿÿûÿÿÿÿ¿ÿÿýÿÿ¿ÿÿÿÿÿÿûÿÿÿÿÿÿÿÿúÿ÷ÿÿÿÿÿÿÿÿÿÿÿÿ|
|$0380|ÿÿÿ÷ÿÿ¿þÿÿÿÿÿÿÿÿÿýÿÿÿûÿûþÿÿÿÿÿÿÿ÷ÿû÷û÷÷ÿÿÿÿÿÿÿþÿÿÿÿÿûÿûÿÿÿÿÿ÷ÿÿ|
|$03C0|ÿÿûÿÿÿÿÿÿÿÿÿûÿ÷¿ÿÿÿÿÿÿÿÿÿÿÿÿ÷ÿÿÿÿÿÿÿÿÿÿÿÿýÿÿÿÿÿÿÿÿÿöÿÿÿÿÿÿÿÿÿÿ|
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Disk Format : DOS datadisk
- Block Allocation Map was found in sector 881
- Disk name : <Subs110>
- Filesystem creation : 2003.12.16 14h32
- Last root alteration : 1998.03.11 11h18
- Last disk alteration : 1998.03.11 11h20
- Rate of filling : 97.43% (based on BAM information)
- Rate of filling : 97.43% (based on sectors identification)

--------------------------- -------- -------- -- -- -- ---------------- -----------------
Content list | Size | CRC32 |BA|HR|SQ| Date | Error reporting |
--------------------------- -------- -------- -- -- -- ---------------- -----------------
c/ | <DIR>| |OK|OK| |1997.09.30 11:27| |
c/Echo | 992|065D49F7|OK|OK|OK|1978.11.03 01:36| |
c/IconX | 1.452|31BD19B5|OK|OK|OK|1994.09.28 18:38| |
c/unlzx | 23.996|CCA9A14B|OK|OK|OK|1995.07.20 15:03| |
2b_colourlock.lzx | 26.924|A3D6389E|OK|OK|OK|1998.03.11 10:30| |
Aread.lzx | 7.179|D8D81752|OK|OK|OK|1998.03.11 10:33| |
case.lzx | 54.857|9998DD43|OK|OK|OK|1998.03.11 10:45| |
datatypes.lzx | 363.951|3060C257|OK|OK|OK|1998.03.11 11:05| |
Disk.info | 1.679|2A5A9C50|OK|OK|OK|1998.03.11 11:18| |
DTConvert.lzx | 45.583|F0E82AAA|OK|OK|OK|1998.03.11 10:55| |
Extract_2b_colourlock | 100|64C67509|OK|OK|OK|1998.03.11 11:23| |
Extract_2b_colourlock.info | 525|629130AA|OK|OK|OK|1998.03.11 12:08| |
Extract_Aread | 84|4C275DB3|OK|OK|OK|1998.03.11 11:23| |
Extract_Aread.info | 525|7E84DC02|OK|OK|OK|1998.03.11 12:10| |
Extract_case | 82|32D540CA|OK|OK|OK|1998.03.11 11:23| |
Extract_case.info | 525|3FF643D0|OK|OK|OK|1998.03.11 12:11| |
Extract_datatypes | 92|C2B9A7DE|OK|OK|OK|1998.03.11 11:23| |
Extract_datatypes.info | 525|0A1ACA52|OK|OK|OK|1998.03.11 12:11| |
Extract_DTConvert | 92|9E7932F9|OK|OK|OK|1998.03.11 11:23| |
Extract_DTConvert.info | 525|BBD66255|OK|OK|OK|1998.03.11 12:12| |
Extract_Format | 86|B5490726|OK|OK|OK|1998.03.11 11:23| |
Extract_Format.info | 525|8EC121B1|OK|OK|OK|1998.03.11 12:13| |
Extract_radman | 86|1D4E8D33|OK|OK|OK|1998.03.11 11:23| |
Extract_radman.info | 525|78DF790D|OK|OK|OK|1998.03.11 12:13| |
Extract_Rokkit | 86|C32D174C|OK|OK|OK|1998.03.11 11:24| |
Extract_Rokkit.info | 525|6558C06B|OK|OK|OK|1998.03.11 11:16| |
Extract_TB4 | 80|DFECE04D|OK|OK|OK|1998.03.11 11:24| |
Extract_TB4.info | 525|AD1CFFFB|OK|OK|OK|1998.03.11 11:17| |
Extract_YADI | 82|5E5A33A7|OK|OK|OK|1998.03.11 11:24| |
Extract_YADI.info | 525|D2B15419|OK|OK|OK|1998.03.11 11:17| |
Format.lzx | 15.792|F89CF0A7|OK|OK|OK|1998.03.11 10:29| |
radman.lzx | 48.340|C68628F1|OK|OK|OK|1998.03.11 11:02| |
Rokkit.lzx | 131.684|1FEC85B8|OK|OK|OK|1998.03.11 10:38| |
TB4.lzx | 55.616|4118E5D2|OK|OK|OK|1998.03.11 10:21| |
YADI.LZX | 13.633|1E973C3B|OK|OK|OK|1998.03.11 11:26| |
--------------------------- -------- -------- -- -- -- ---------------- -----------------

Calculate fingerprints of the resulting ADF :
SHA1 : 0E16142BA33CE50E9FE2B24C0BCC0FCB48BCD6DD
MD5 : 9E2EFF3E594D1DA8E721302B47B36E48
CRC32 : 69025330

Have it been decrypted correct with DMS-Workshop version 2013122.184?
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Yes, indeed it is the goal. I put a sample in The Zone!
nice feature!
Is it possible to enter a known password before, instead of time consuming decryption?
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