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Old 09-05-2007, 07:47
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Creating Selfboot CDIs with Discjuggler

Lately i had the idea to create a selfbooting cdi with the built-in editor of Discjuggler. It's easy to use and supports the mil-format without any necessary modifications. So i built up a cdi after binhacking the boot-file and tried to insert the ip.bin manually into the image. It was a real hassle, but i found the starting sector and was able to input the file while leaving edc and ecc undamaged.

The image still doesn't work. I guess i either binhacked the wrong address, or didn't insert the whole ip.bin-file. Anyway, doing this manually is a lot of trouble. So i wanted to know if anyone might know of a program, which allows editing the sectors of image files. Alcohol has a very good sector viewer, but it's only a viewer. Does anyone know a program that works like the Alcohol sector viewer and allows sector editing?
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Old 16-07-2008, 19:11
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Hey you sound like you know a lot about
PCs, I was wondering if you can tell me a step by step way to download SEGA DreamCast games from my CPU and then burn them to play on my DC.
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Thank you both for your reply. i was deliberately a bit coy just to Get the vibe as it were of this forum. I just get fustrated when the material I want to sing is never available.

I am fairly certain most karaoke backing tracks are electronic interpolations of the real thing. You can sometimes hear a faint voice, and being the geek I am I have ananlysed the waveforms and running times. Thats why on some tracks one examplle is crash and burn by savage garden the singing is slightly overdubbed from verse to chorus which is common, why not just add another bar to the beat the running times are identical, they either have some kind iof advanced re sampling software, or they get access to the original multitrack.

Simple Acoustic tracks they re record but anything complicated it would make sense to get a copy from the Studio rather than hiring a band to do it.

What counts as an original recording? If someone samples something the resulting out put is not the original its a copy but the sounds are not "real" there made up in the computer.

I did know that its illegal here but the laws are not enforced, I could go down the road here and buy a copy of Windows seven for $10! that includes Office 2010.

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