new wisotool 20100424: new verbs 3dmark2000, 3dmark2001, 3dmark03, 3dmark05, 3dmark06, baldursgate2, gta_vc, pcmark04, pcmark05, unigine_heaven

Austin English austinenglish at
Fri Apr 30 04:28:39 CDT 2010

On Wed, Apr 28, 2010 at 6:00 AM,  <wylda at> wrote:
>> I'm ripping it now, but it's pretty slow, comparatively. Tons of:
>> Found L-EC error at sector 1589216 - ignored.
> Good luck and hopefully your DVD drive will survive it ;)
> After long tests, i choosed (year ago) Alcohol 120% as the ripping tool,
> because it produced most number of working backup copies and makes them
> fast.
> However, if the safedisc image will work most depends on DVD drive. Again
> from personal test of 5 bought drives Samsung SH-S223F is winner for
> me.
> And for loading such image under linux i use so
> mounting an image is done by:
> cdemu load 0 my_image.mds
> cdemu unload 0 my_image.mds
> This SW need a kernel module, so it's not easy as other tools, but the
> reward is, you can SafeDisc/SecuROM working without needing a crack
> (of course the image have to firstly work under WinXP and wine have
> to support such protection like SecuROM v7.30.0014).
> Unfortunately SecuROM v7.27.0014 doen't work in wine, because of "Unsupported
> ioctl 2d0c04", but bug 20935 Anastasius how to overcome, but i don't
> know where to put the heck 0.
> So if wisotool would support "cdemu load", that would be tool even for
> me ;)

I just tested Bioshock under windows 7 with Alcohol 120%, and got it
to install with a couple emulation settings. Rebooting to Ubuntu +
cdemu, it worked as well, if 'DPM emulation' is enabled (I was very
pleasantly surprised)!

Time permitting, I'll try to add it to wisotool soon.


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