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Old 18 September 2013, 18:15   #1321
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Can you pleace examine this two images:

I have suspicion, that both have corruption.
At least E450D05D is for sure corrupted.
Sector 77, 78, 79, 80, 81, 82, 83, 84, 85, 86, 87 are each duplicated 5 times on ... CF85EEEA

$ 9A00 < Original data
$ C600 < Duplicate
$ F200 < Duplicate
$11E00 < Duplicate
$14A00 < Duplicate
$17600 < Duplicate

Now, that does not mean that E450D05D works better.

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removing [b] flag, because its trainer related modification?
Yes it is. The changes were made ​​directly with a hex editor. When I corrected the file, the trainer options did not work.

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Old 18 September 2013, 18:32   #1322
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Sector 77, 78, 79, 80, 81, 82, 83, 84, 85, 86, 87 are each duplicated 5 times on ... CF85EEEA

$ 9A00 < Original data
$ C600 < Duplicate
$ F200 < Duplicate
$11E00 < Duplicate
$14A00 < Duplicate
$17600 < Duplicate

Now, that does not mean that E450D05D works better.


Yes it is. The changes were made ​​directly with a hex editor. When I corrected the file, the trainer options did not work.
Thanks, so both seems really corrupted.
E450D05D has on same disk position some conspicuous Data, within you can read such words like "startup-sequence" and "DEVS".
I wonder if exists good version, could not find until now.
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Thanks, so both seems really corrupted.
E450D05D has on same disk position some conspicuous Data, within you can read such words like "startup-sequence" and "DEVS".
I wonder if exists good version, could not find until now.
I do not know any alternative version...

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Libyans in Space (1987)(T & L Products)(US)[cr New Age][h Visitors]
...added, mai
Libyans in Space (1987)(T & L Products)(US)[cr New Age][tr it] (removed from "Games PD")
...added, mai
Pinball Fantasies (1992)(21st Century)(NTSC)[cr SR][HD]
...added, mai
Premier Manager (1992)(Gremlin)(Disk 1 of 2)

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Sector 77, 78, 79, 80, 81, 82, 83, 84, 85, 86, 87 are each duplicated 5 times on ... CF85EEEA

$ 9A00 < Original data
$ C600 < Duplicate
$ F200 < Duplicate
$11E00 < Duplicate
$14A00 < Duplicate
$17600 < Duplicate
Can your DMS-Workshop detect this duplication?

same here maybe:
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StarRay (1988)(Logotron)[cr AFL][a][KS1.2]
2E6C20D6
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Can your DMS-Workshop detect this duplication?
I think later add this feature but I currently evaluating the new version

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same here maybe:
StarRay (1988)(Logotron)[cr AFL][a][KS1.2]
2E6C20D6
StarRay (1988)(Logotron)[cr AFL][a][KS1.2]
2E6C20D6
>> StarRay (1988)(Logotron)[cr AFL][b dump][KS1.2]
...fixed, mai
StarRay (1988)(Logotron)[cr AFL][KS1.2]
B0FF2616
>> StarRay (1988)(Logotron)[cr AFL][m][KS1.2]
Altered by fastdir file, moved BAM and added SCA magic key
...fixed, mai
StarRay (1988)(Logotron)(Disk 1 of 2)[t RSi][u][b]
6F8F2B40
>> StarRay (1988)(Logotron)(Disk 2 of 2)[u]
Not [b] becase there is no lack of critical data
...fixed, mai
BattleTech - The Crescent Hawk's Inception v2.3 (1989)(Infocom)[h TST]
6020F3C5
>> BattleTech - The Crescent Hawk's Inception v2.3 (1989)(Infocom)[h TST][v BGS9]
...fixed, mai
ABC Monday Night Football (1990)(Data East)(US)(pre-release)(Disk 1 of 3)[cr SR]
D6DA48D9
>> ABC Monday Night Football (1990)(Data East)(US)(pre-release)(Disk 1 of 3)[cr SR][v Disaster Master 2]
...fixed, mai
Black Lamp (1988)(Firebird)[cr][h TST - ZB][t +4 Lightforce]
D069D381
>> Black Lamp (1988)(Firebird)[cr][h TST - ZB][t +4 Lightforce][v BGS9]
...fixed, mai

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Uploaded:

Premier Manager (1992)(Gremlin)(Disk 1 of 2)
Is it needful to add unmodified/unaltered images to ADF/Games, especially if we have already same image in IPF/Games?

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Pinball Fantasies (1992)(21st Century)(NTSC)[cr SR][HD]
For me question is, if this version is the original HD-version or if they modified it to HDonly?
I have installed to HD and i wonder, how do i get access to other two tables?
Ok, you have to press "Help" key to get access to other two tables!!!

Any idea about this game:
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Starush (1992)(Ubi Soft)
It seems not real DOS.
All files appears to be deleted.
Your proggy shows some DOS errors in some files, which are probably really corrupted, right?

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Starush (1992)(Ubi Soft)(Disk 2 of 2)[cr NMS][b]
3BB84B23
Do you agree to remove this disk completely, disk is 99,9% empty?

Ok, did some playtesting:
At least
D24E2F08 (Disk2) is corrupt.
Files on disk are well named:
File F1 in DIR 03 is reported as corrupt, so i can guess, that corruption must be in first stage of Level 2 and indeed game asks for disk 2 again and again, when i have corrupted image inserted, if i change disk with the good one it works.
Again even Gamebase Amiga has this corrupted image in their collection.

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Is it needful to add unmodified/unaltered images to ADF/Games, especially if we have already same image in IPF/Games?
I have not done a comparison with IPF release. If the ADF image is the same, it does not actually has interest but maybe I should be adding a database SPS>ADF at DMS-Workshop, where possible...

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Any idea about this game:
Starush (1992)(Ubi Soft)
It seems not real DOS.
All files appears to be deleted.
Your proggy shows some DOS errors in some files, which are probably really corrupted, right?
The files are considered deleted because there is no rootblock ...
However, the files have a DOS structure but like the game Hugo, you must be cautious with the damage report. But:
Starush (1992)(Ubi Soft)(Disk 2 of 2)[cr NMS][a]
D24E2F08
>> Starush (1992)(Ubi Soft)(Disk 2 of 2)[cr NMS][b dump]
Wrong data block sequence probleme is real!

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Do you agree to remove this disk completely, disk is 99,9% empty?
Probably a bamcopy problem ... remove yes, but I collect the waste to avoid analyzing all the time the same crappy discs.

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Again even Gamebase Amiga has this corrupted image in their collection.
I do not know how they work but they have the same problem as us ^^

Robot Reader - The Little Red Hen (1987)(Hilton Android)
656757AC
>> Robot Reader - The Little Red Hen (1987)(Hilton Android)[b corrupt file]
...fixed, mai
Powerplay - The Game of the Gods (1987)(Arcana)[h DF]
98CE05AC
>>Powerplay - The Game of the Gods (1987)(Arcana)[h DF][b corrupt file]
...fixed, mai
Uploaded:
Powerplay - Le Jeu des Dieux (1987)(Arcana)(FR)
...added, mai
Powerplay - The Game of the Gods (1987)(Arcana)[h DF]
(the corrupted file has been replaced)
...added, mai

UPDATED

All disk 2 of the game "Defender of the Crown" are visibly not US, not?
Code:
File selected             : Defender of the Crown (1986)(Mirrorsoft)(Disk 2 of 2)[0317].adf
File size                 : 901.120 bytes
CRC32                     : $F152EFFF
File loaded as an ADF     : Possible Data disk [DOS filled]

TOP 5 - Track identification :
1)  99.4% [144C72B3] Defender of the Crown (1986)(Cinemaware)(US)(Disk 2 of 2)
2)  98.8% [BAC5DF67] Defender of the Crown (1986)(Cinemaware)(US)(Disk 2 of 2)[a2]
3)  95.0% [5064C7A0] Defender of the Crown (1986)(Cinemaware)(US)(Disk 2 of 2)[a9]
4)  66.9% [78DC2EFE] Defender of the Crown (1986)(Cinemaware)(US)(Disk 2 of 2)[a5]
    66.9% [724CCC8B] Defender of the Crown (1986)(Cinemaware)(US)(Disk 2 of 2)[a8]
    66.9% [885478C7] Defender of the Crown (1986)(Cinemaware)(US)(Disk 2 of 2)[a6]
Code:
File selected             : Defender of the Crown (1986)(Cinemaware)(US)(Disk 2 of 2)[0902].adf
File size                 : 901.120 bytes
CRC32                     : $93E7F563
File loaded as an ADF     : Possible Data disk [DOS filled]

TOP 5 - Track identification :
1)  98.1% [78DC2EFE] Defender of the Crown (1986)(Cinemaware)(US)(Disk 2 of 2)[a5]
    98.1% [724CCC8B] Defender of the Crown (1986)(Cinemaware)(US)(Disk 2 of 2)[a8]
    98.1% [885478C7] Defender of the Crown (1986)(Cinemaware)(US)(Disk 2 of 2)[a6]
4)  94.4% [E386ECA9] Defender of the Crown (1986)(Cinemaware)(US)(Disk 2 of 2)[a3]
5)  67.5% [144C72B3] Defender of the Crown (1986)(Cinemaware)(US)(Disk 2 of 2)
    67.5% [BAC5DF67] Defender of the Crown (1986)(Cinemaware)(US)(Disk 2 of 2)[a2]

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All disk 2 of the game "Defender of the Crown" are visibly not US, not?
please sort out!
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please sort out!
It is a clue, not a confirmation

UPDATED 1

New stuff uploaded :
Star Fleet I - The War Begins! v2.1 (1987-02-06)(Interstel)[h RSi]
...added, mai


UPDATED 2

based on the dating of the files with the file reference SPS 317

Defender of the Crown (1986)(Cinemaware)(US)(Disk 2 of 2)
144C72B3
>> Defender of the Crown (1986)(Mirrorsoft)(Disk 2 of 2)
...fixed, mai
Defender of the Crown (1986)(Cinemaware)(US)(Disk 2 of 2)[a9]
5064C7A0
>> Defender of the Crown (1986)(Mirrorsoft)(Disk 2 of 2)[a]
...fixed, mai
Defender of the Crown (1986)(Cinemaware)(US)(Disk 2 of 2)[a2]
BAC5DF67
>> Defender of the Crown (1986)(Mirrorsoft)(Disk 2 of 2)[a2]
with a useless ".info" file
...fixed, mai

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Sorry to break the conversation with something else, but shouldn't...

Astronut & Wise Man - Rings of Zon & Fantastic World Dizzy (1990)(Valhalla).adf (1F2FE604)

...be:

Astronut & Wise Man - Rings of Zon & Fantasy World Dizzy (1990)(Valhalla).adf?

Even the menu gets the name right!
...fixed, Crashdisk

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based on the dating of the files with the file reference SPS 317
I have fixed for the time being, more than likely its correct, but there is no 100% proof, there are some other images, which have the same datestamp, for example [a3](E386ECA9), but track identification is different.
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I have fixed for the time being, more than likely its correct, but there is no 100% proof, there are some other images, which have the same datestamp, for example [a3](E386ECA9), but track identification is different.
Indeed, we must remain cautious because there certainly are other unidentified releases (Mindscape, budget, ...) and certainly some hacks (optimizing disk). The three that I mentioned seem safe.

Defender of the Crown (1986)(Mirrorsoft)(Disk 1 of 2)[b checksum error]
4AE8C3BA
>> Defender of the Crown (1986)(Mirrorsoft)(Disk 1 of 2)[cr]
I can not be sure of myself but it seems that the corrupted file is linked with crack...
In any case, the damage was intentional!!

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In any case, the damage was intentional!!
How do you know?
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How do you know?
The damage itself is not random : $4E71
In 68000, this translates into NOP (No Operation)
This instruction does nothing but it's often used to crack by replacing annoying instructions such as a branching to a protection routine, for example. In addition, the checksum of the sector does not correspond to the original data.
The probabilities for accident to make appear a instruction and change the checksum of a sector are very very thin.

I do not say that this hack is useful but it doesn't seem to be the result of "chance"

Uploaded for test a fixed "playerwin2.scene" file :
Defender of the Crown (1986)(Mirrorsoft)(Disk 1 of 2)[cr]


Update

I started working on finding duplicate sector:
Code:
File selected             : Asia Ghostwriter, The v1.2 (1989)(Asia - 17-Bit Software)[b corrupt file].adf
File size                 : 901.120 bytes
CRC32                     : $E8B15D0A
File loaded as an ADF     : AmigaDOS OFS

Unknown bootblock with ABR database
Bootblock type <Standard> identified with DWP Lev2 DB :
Commodore Install WB v1.0 OFS

Disk Format : Bootable DOS disk
 - Block Allocation Map was found in sector 1463
 - Disk name            : <Blank>
 - Filesystem creation  : 1988.07.26 03h44
 - Last root alteration : 1988.07.26 04h02
 - Last disk alteration : 1988.07.26 04h08

-------------------------- -------- -------- -- -- -- ---------------- ----------------------------------------------
 Content list             |  Size  | CRC32  |BA|HR|SQ|      Date      | Error reporting                              |
-------------------------- -------- -------- -- -- -- ---------------- ----------------------------------------------
c/                        |   <DIR>|        |OK|OK|  |1988.07.26 04:29|                                              |
c/border                  |   5.576|F9FD113E|OK|OK|OK|1988.07.26 04:05|                                              |
c/cls                     |     204|B19DA68D|OK|OK|OK|1988.07.26 04:14|                                              |
c/delete                  |   5.776|AF8F13F5|OK|OK|OK|1988.07.26 04:27|                                              |
c/dir                     |   8.128|8EE46569|OK|OK|OK|1988.07.26 04:18|                                              |
c/makedir                 |     800|18396114|OK|OK|OK|1988.07.26 04:10|                                              |
c/prompt                  |     616|D06ABC07|OK|OK|OK|1988.07.26 04:30|                                              |
c/stripes                 |   6.332|B6045094|OK|OK|OK|1988.07.26 04:07|                                              |
c/type                    |   2.176|E50901F4|OK|OK|OK|1988.07.26 04:23|                                              |
devs/                     |   <DIR>|        |OK|OK|  |1988.07.26 04:33|                                              |
devs/keymaps/             |   <DIR>|        |OK|OK|  |1988.07.26 04:36|                                              |
devs/keymaps/d            |   1.516|07DD2BB7|OK|OK|OK|1988.07.26 04:37|                                              |
devs/keymaps/germ2        |   1.104|6AA74EE1|OK|OK|OK|1988.07.26 04:33|                                              |
devs/system-configuration |     232|7266080F|OK|OK|OK|1988.07.26 04:33|                                              |
l/                        |   <DIR>|        |OK|OK|  |1988.07.26 04:40|                                              |
l/disk-validator          |   1.848|6FE94E8C|OK|OK|OK|1988.07.26 04:43|Standard disk-validator                       |
s/                        |   <DIR>|        |OK|OK|  |1988.07.26 04:45|                                              |
s/message                 |     972|4874EE92|OK|OK|OK|1988.07.26 04:45|                                              |
s/startup-sequence        |      73|6AC4389B|OK|OK|OK|1988.07.26 03:48|                                              |
.fastdir                  |     458|1DB4A132|OK|OK|OK|1988.07.26 03:58|                                              |
1                         | 248.600|79A04811|OK|OK|OK|1988.07.26 04:27|                                              |
2                         | 196.268|64281645|OK|OK|OK|1988.07.26 04:35|                                              |
3                         | 196.268|00000000|OK|OK|KO|1988.07.26 04:15|Sect 253 seq 212 => Wrong data block sequence |
Disk.info                 |     606|AB66D774|OK|OK|OK|1988.07.26 03:48|                                              |
k                         |   4.500|94A8CB75|OK|OK|OK|1988.07.26 03:50|                                              |
MUSIC1                    |  56.964|6AEF7856|OK|OK|OK|1988.07.26 04:27|                                              |
MUSIC2                    |  49.938|DB004B55|OK|OK|OK|1988.07.26 04:42|                                              |
text                      |   1.615|CBB9541F|OK|OK|OK|1988.07.26 04:03|                                              |
-------------------------- -------- -------- -- -- -- ---------------- ----------------------------------------------

Sector 249 of type >>OFS Data<< is damaged

Sector  250 is a duplication of the sector  206 (OFS Data)
Sector  251 is a duplication of the sector  207 (OFS Data)
Sector  252 is a duplication of the sector  208 (OFS Data)
Sector  253 is a duplication of the sector  209 (OFS Data)
Sector  254 is a duplication of the sector  210 (OFS Data)
Sector  255 is a duplication of the sector  211 (OFS Data)
Sector  256 is a duplication of the sector  212 (OFS Data)
Sector  257 is a duplication of the sector  213 (OFS Data)
Sector  258 is a duplication of the sector  214 (OFS Data)
Sector  259 is a duplication of the sector  215 (OFS Data)
Sector  260 is a duplication of the sector  216 (OFS Data)
Sector  261 is a duplication of the sector  217 (OFS Data)
Sector  262 is a duplication of the sector  218 (OFS Data)
Sector  263 is a duplication of the sector  219 (OFS Data)

Calculate fingerprints for this ADF :
SHA1  : EDB72C8D235B2B8EA0384A0B4147C03A18D4680C
MD5   : 77BEDDCC39103F51DF413B06D43CB86F
CRC32 : E8B15D0A
It remains to find a more elegant and readable way to display this information

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The damage itself is not random : $4E71
In 68000, this translates into NOP (No Operation)
This instruction does nothing but it's often used to crack by replacing annoying instructions such as a branching to a protection routine, for example. In addition, the checksum of the sector does not correspond to the original data.
The probabilities for accident to make appear a instruction and change the checksum of a sector are very very thin.

I do not say that this hack is useful but it doesn't seem to be the result of "chance"

Uploaded for test a fixed "playerwin2.scene" file :
Defender of the Crown (1986)(Mirrorsoft)(Disk 1 of 2)[cr]

Maybe we should ask "Stingray" about this one!
Should be a few minutes job for him.
I have sent him a pm.

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Maybe we should ask "Stingray" about this one!
Should be a few minutes job for him.
Good idea. In passing, I would point out that the "playerwin2.scene" file is a block of data ...
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Another one:
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Street Fighter II - The World Warrior (1992)(U.S. Gold)(Disk 1 of 4)[cr CSL][t +4 Elevation][a]
Can you confirm, that this dump is corrupted?
A lot of Data beyond $Bxxxx is different compared against non [a] dump.
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Another one:

Can you confirm, that this dump is corrupted?
A lot of Data beyond $Bxxxx is different compared against non [a] dump.
I seems that this is a [b dump]
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@Crashdisk:
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Striker Manager (1991)(D & H Games)(M5)[cr QTX]
23DC560F
Striker Manager (1991)(D & H Games)(M5)[cr QTX][b checksum error]
90C17F32
Both have corrupted files.
Can you please create "fix in place" version, using IPF.
It seems "QTX" released it with corrupt files.
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Both have corrupted files.
Can you please create "fix in place" version, using IPF.
It seems "QTX" released it with corrupt files.
It's done. "French" and "Italian" files restored using the original files but recracked. I compared with other language, it should be good.

Edit : Uploaded!
But beware, I have not tested!
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