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Started by DragonSpikeXIII, January 31, 2014, 01:51:57 PM
Quote from: Alcahest on August 01, 2015, 12:59:23 AMIt's super simple.If disc1 of your set has MD5: 86fd694677098d26909086895404f571then your set is 1.0If disc1 of your set has MD5: 30f7dce98b6901290cb26c9baf27268fthen your set is 1.1So both your sets are 1.1."pure" jpn release: japanese release for the japanese market.In contrast to SCPS which is the japanese release for the chinese market.While pure "jpn" release can be either 1.0 or 1.1, it seems SCPS release only come in 1.1, so compatible with the patch.That's about it ^^;
Quote from: D.O.Eraven on August 01, 2015, 01:53:05 AMOkay Dragonspike, i make my copies of two version of AC3 .First of all, Both copies of AC3 have inside the TOC , the same executable code .Both the PS TheBest , both the standard version have the code SLPS 02020 .The result of my image are :02020 (GENUINE DISC) - 699.454KB/ 716.240.448 / MD5 : 0191be8a064a64be4f80d62b29e0fa8e91214 (GENUINE DISC) - 699.454KB/ 716.240.448 / MD5 : 86fd694677098d26909086895404f571Then .... there is a mess of information !
Quote from: DragonSpikeXIII on August 01, 2015, 01:59:58 AMThank you for chipping in, raven. I'll take note of this for future reference, so it's a possibility that we at Project NEMO might have to take additional versions of the same release into consideration (time and crew allowing).I wouldn't call this a mess, don't worry. I remember when the Front Mission 2 project was active and IIRC they managed to prepare patches for different releases (i.e. SLPS-#), maybe even versions of the same release. If the need arises I hope we'll be able to do the same.
Quote from: D.O.Eraven on August 01, 2015, 02:30:34 AMWe hope everything goes to plan!So guys , we talk to you later ! ( In Italy it is 8 am and are awake by 3 XD )As soon as I wake up , I have a surprise for you to see ! A particular version of AC3 translated from RGR studio!
Quote from: DragonSpikeXIII on August 01, 2015, 01:26:02 AMI agree that it's simple, it just seems we have conflicting sources/information. You seem to know how to check if an image is "1.0" or "1.1", as I said before I'd be glad to check my files for 1.0s or 1.1s, more information can only help. Do you know of any such program that can do this?If I do have a 1.1 Japanese release, then the SCPS release is supported but I'll need someone to report back before I can include this in the readme as officially compatible. I can't include it just because of hearsay, I'm sure you'll understand. I'm available to analyze my copies but mine are SLPS, so it's a different release.Reply to ser evergreen:My copies clearly show SLPS-02020~1, no SCPS anywhere, and they even say "for Japan Only" and are also marked Not for Resale (both, but there are Rental versions out there). Google search shows the SCPS version as having slightly different information in the back cover, completely different from my copies.You can even find a scan of Disc 1 I made years ago in my picasa gallery: https://picasaweb.google.com/lh/photo/qFGV80NwJSHDOv51qLgrRdMTjNZETYmyPJy0liipFm0?feat=directlink Clearly marked disc, packaging, all in line with the regular Japanese release. I can't be any more clear than this, I've been repeating the same information for a while now. This is my source, first-hand, and I stand by it. Somehow this seems to be conflicting with your information but what is your source and what release of AC3 do you have? This is important if we're to discuss and understand this.
Quote from: Ser Evergreen on August 01, 2015, 04:54:36 AMAt first, I thought I was having SLPS-02020 actually, but taking a closer look into the disc's content revealed that they got a datetime tag of 1999-05-27, which corresponds to the release date of SCPS-45397. When I voiced this disparity up, including the fact that there was also the metadata SLPS_020.20.bin included in the disc, Alcahest cleared it up that 1.1 is pretty much a 1 to 1 copy of 1.0, with a tiny bit of change to it. This, coupled with the details of the change provided by D.O.Eraven, I am now convinced that I in fact have SCPS-45397.Now that we know what that tiny bit of change is, thanks to D.O.Eraven, you can simply complete Mission 9 to invoke a disc 2 change and see if the disc change graphics corresponds to 1.0 or 1.1's. Of course, you can also try to redump it and re-verify checksum again, both MD5 and SHA-1 just to be absolutely sure.All the posts relevant to what I mentioned here can be found back Page 12, Reply #232 to #236. Hope this could be of help to you.
Quote from: D.O.Eraven on August 01, 2015, 06:57:03 AMCOPY 1 (SLPS 02020-1) : DATE Thursday 20/05/1999 04:00:00COPY 2 (SLPS 02020-1) : DATE Thursday 27/05/1999 03:20:00
Quote from: D.O.Eraven on August 01, 2015, 06:57:03 AMP.S happened to me a very strange thing .With the first copy SLPS 02020 , the image I created it right away , it was a lightning thing .With the second copy SLPS 02020 , drive was about 5-7 minutes to create it .
QuoteHelp me plz idk how to patch DX
Quote from: SunGodPortal on September 25, 2015, 02:47:49 AMNo offense to this guy, but I'm starting to think there should be a "patching" forum somewhere.
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