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Offline xvid

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TOSEC ISO errors
« on: January 25, 2014, 10:09:55 PM »
Hello,

I found two bugs in TOSEC ISO

Commodore Amiga - CD - Coverdiscs (TOSEC-v2012-07-13_CM).dat
Amiga Computing 1995-05 (1995)(Europress Software)(GB)[!][Weird Science Multimedia Toolkit][Amiga-CD32].iso    
574.615.552    99dc7e2d    10daae4753394aa7c35088088adb03ef    e7ea8527ab717df0ae757c3f52aa45175123e361

Commodore Amiga CDTV - Multimedia (TOSEC-v2012-07-13_CM).dat
Multimedia Toolkit (1993)(Weird Science)[!][Amiga-CD32-CDTV].iso    
574.615.552    99dc7e2d    10daae4753394aa7c35088088adb03ef    e7ea8527ab717df0ae757c3f52aa45175123e361

and

Commodore Amiga CD32 - Games (TOSEC-v2012-07-13_CM).dat
Lemmings (1994)(Psygnosis)[!].iso    
60.307.456    c383ad21    3ddb4d6dc9f2a57d3ab4cf7b2b0b8e7b    a92ec9de89109e586986c58f068c3862f33641c6

Commodore Amiga CDTV - Games (TOSEC-v2012-07-13_CM).dat
Lemmings (1994)(Psygnosis)[!].iso    
60.307.456    c383ad21    3ddb4d6dc9f2a57d3ab4cf7b2b0b8e7b    a92ec9de89109e586986c58f068c3862f33641c6



Offline Cassiel

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Re: TOSEC ISO errors
« Reply #1 on: February 05, 2014, 01:42:46 PM »
Thanks xvid, will check it out.

I suspect this is because they are the same software just marketed/labelled different for the two very similar systems. Typically we try to avoid that tho, need to look into it.

Offline Maddog

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Re: TOSEC ISO errors
« Reply #2 on: February 05, 2014, 10:09:53 PM »
Yes, IIRC [idoru] was quite proficient in the Commodore stuff.
It's been years, but I think it was exactly the case you mention, Cassiel.
Not sure I agree with the duplication, but it was done to reflect two different things that actually proved the same content-wise.

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Re: TOSEC ISO errors
« Reply #3 on: February 07, 2014, 07:41:12 PM »
Amiga Computing 1995-05 (1995)(Europress Software)(GB)[!][Weird Science Multimedia Toolkit][Amiga-CD32]
=> Redistributions should be ignored

Lemmings (1994)(Psygnosis)[!]
CD32 release was compatible with the CDTV. Possible that this is the same content as the original version on CDTV? In this case, the CDTV version released in 1992 should be retained.
it's still weird to write that:
Lemmings (1992)(Psygnosis)[!][CD32-CDTV]  ???