Hi, I also have a Rapidshare Premium Acc., I could upload it to this. But on FTP would also be fine with me, what you prefer. I was busy today renaming all my images to fit your naming convention. Just finished with this, so I will upload all my stuff tomorrow. I will then write in the topic what I all have uploaded with SHA-1 checksums, release information and all that. At some dumps I will also write, what I made with the image.
To your information, here is how I dump my images. I use WinImage, I think it is something like version 3.x. It is the 16bit version under native Windows 3.11. I found out, that the never version like to change the bootsector information, so this old program works best without having anything altered. After dumping I checked the images for the bootsector information, if it could be original. For example "DOS 5.0", "IBM 3.3", aso. If the bootsector is changed, for example by Windows 95 or later, there are some ASCII codes in it, I think 4 with following the letters IHC. Then I know that it is not original anymore. If I have information about the original bootsector I have changed it back. If not, I don't use these images. After checking that, I checked the dates of the files. At some images, mostly old Sierra games (for example the file: resource.cfg), files are changed or files are written on the disk which don't are there in original state. I also tried to reverse that. At last I compared the checksums of my images with existing images.
But with something I need help. I have some games which seem to have a disk copy protection. I dumped them without problems, no read errors or something. But when I want to install from these images, the game recognizes, that it is not the original disk! I tried to dump with Anadisk, but I don't really have a clue about that program. Anyone knows in which format it saves the images? Seems not to be normal .ima/.img format...