RINGEDGE gbdriver rs3 decryption?

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  1. lcommander

    lcommander Newly Registered

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    Hi all
    I've got a RINGEDGE cabient and game is OPERATION GHOST but it seems be a Chinese bootleg don't need the key chip and make me awesome.
    I want to unplug the SSD driver and explore the game file, but it also a gbdriver rs3, and has encrypted. I have saw this post by soyandroid but he seems long time not login can't to ask to him
    http://assemblergames.com/l/threads/sega-ringedge-motherboard-inside-pictures.46424/
    Any one know how to decryption it? THX

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  2. soyandroid

    soyandroid Rapidly Rising Member

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    Hi,
    I just sent you a private message with details for contact-me
     
  3. lcommander

    lcommander Newly Registered

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    Thank you!! replied your message
     
  4. skate323k137

    skate323k137 Newly Registered

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    To back up any ring edge game (legitimate back up, for repair use) you have to have the ATA key for the drive, which someone posted here:

    http://www.neo-arcadia.com/forum/viewtopic.php?f=14&t=62415&p=1162692#p1162692

    With that, drive can be unlocked using linux tool hdparm, and you can use dd to backup your drive image. This is not to defeat any security, just store backup of your game in raw disk image format. You still need keychip, and the game files themselves are still encrypted within this backup.

    To restore the image, if your original GBDISK dies, you still need a GBDISK, or a drive with the same SSD controller chip. The ring edge will not boot from other SSD drives. I have seen many cheap SSD or bootleg games using the same SSD chip controller, but that is beside the point. To fix or work on gbdisk, a "secondary tool" is available which can be used to help do recovery work on GBDISK or other drive like transcend with the same SM2246EN controller chip.

    https://www.usbdev.ru/files/smi/secondarymp/

    Once the drive is repaired you can use hdparm to re-set the same ATA key as needed, and then restore your backup with dd tool in linux.
     

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