Abgx Help

Discussion in 'ABGX Game Verifications' started by josejose11434, Jun 30, 2012.

  1. josejose11434
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    I was using ABGX and this all came up is it still safe to burn and play online?



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    Checking for updates to GameNameLookup.csv and abgx360.dat...
    Server file GameNameLookup.csv no newer than local file - not retrieving
    Server file abgx360.dat no newer than local file - not retrieving

    C:\Users\jose\Desktop\zry-bbcse.dvd needs to be created
    C:\Users\jose\Desktop\zry-bbcse.dvd was created

    Checking Game
    ISO: "C:\Users\jose\Desktop\zry-bbcse.iso"
    Size: 7572881408 bytes
    Files in ISO: 4352, Folders in ISO: 77
    Total bytes used: 7009043863 (96.03%)
    Game appears to have random padding

    Checking default.xex
    Original PE Filename: AALib_X360_Master.exe
    Original PE Timestamp: 2012/01/05 09:12:29
    Min Kernel Required: v2.0.13599.0
    Game Name: BLAZBLUE CS EXTEND
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    Achievements: 50 Achievements totaling 1000 Gamerscore
    XEX CRC = 1D0D4F2C
    XEX Media ID: 7945F72A7729C72124999D20-2251BD3C

    BlazBlue: Continuum Shift -- Extend

    Region Code: 0x000000FF
    NTSC/U

    Checking SS
    Timestamp of Authoring: 2012/01/10 00:00:00
    Timestamp of Mastering: 2012/01/24 22:03:22
    SS Version: 1
    SS CRC = 825BC925 (RawSS = 5319B291)
    SS Media ID: 7945F72A7729C72124999D20-2251BD3C (matches game)
    SS looks valid

    Checking DMI
    Timestamp of Authoring: 2012/01/10 00:00:00 (matches SS)
    DMI CRC = 22044721
    DMI Media ID: 7945F72A7729C72124999D20-2251BD3C (matches game)
    DMI looks valid

    Checking PFI
    PFI CRC = 40DCB18F
    PFI matches known data (13th Wave)

    Video partition found
    Checking L0 Video padding... 56%
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    L0 Video padding contains data but this is normal for XGD2 (The old way of
    putting L1 video on L0). Add command line option --pL0 if you want to blank it
    out (the data hasn't actually been checked that it matches L1 video... it could
    be anything). Note that XGD2 ISOs without L1 video on L0 will appear to have
    bad video data when checked with older versions of abgx360. This version of
    abgx360 doesn't care about L1 video on L0... it will pad L0 video with zeroes
    whenever video is autofixed or manually patched. You can rest assured that only
    old and unsafe custom firmwares will read L1 video from L0; newer ones will
    read it properly from L1. If you're tired of seeing this message then just
    disable "Check/Fix Video padding", as it still makes no difference in terms
    of stealth... this option only exists as a way to make sure ISOs are "clean",
    with no extra data in areas that aren't CRC checked.
    -------------------------------------------------------------------------------
    Cannot check L1 Video padding because the ISO size is too small to contain it
    ISO size is too small to contain the L1 Video! Video CRC check was aborted

    Stealth check failed!

    Starting AutoFix
    Looking for Xex_1D0D4F2C.ini in the online verified database
    Server file Xex_1D0D4F2C.ini no newer than local file - not retrieving
    Looking for 825BC9251D0D4F2C.ini in the online verified database
    Server file 825BC9251D0D4F2C.ini no newer than local file - not retrieving

    Using 825BC9251D0D4F2C.ini (348 bytes)
    Failed to find or open 'Video_FA3CD943.iso' (No such file or directory)
    This is a very large video partition that isn't hosted on the database, so
    you'll have to find it elsewhere and put it in your StealthFiles folder --
    Check the Download page on abgx360.net
    AutoFix Failed!

    Checking for AnyDVD style game data corruption while running CRC check...

    Checking Game CRC... (press Q to cancel)
    Percent Elapsed Estimated Time Average Current Errors Total
    Done Time Time Left Speed Speed Recovered Retries
    24% 0:22 1:31 1:09 75.5 MB/s 89.5 MB/s
     

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