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NPJH-50006 / 1.01





Disc Type:

Games / Prototype

Title:

PARAM.SFO (Game):

Colin McRae™ DiRT® 2™

Final / Translation:

Colin McRae: Dirt 2

Publisher:

Code Masters

Disc ID:

Written on Disc (alt.):

ULJM-05533

UMD_DATA.BIN:

NPJH-50006

PARAM.SFO (Game):

NPJH-50006

Version:

PARAM.SFO (Game):

1.01

Creation Date:

PVD:

2009-08-11

Req. Firmware (Game):

5.55

Updater Title:

PSP™ Update ver 5.55

Firmware Update:

5.55

Size:

347.88 MB

MD5 Hash:

4da0ae3c21600fffb2dfc8991bd247a1

SHA-1 Hash:

77ea8883cc0038abdda4e332bdd93ae4265c0ee3

Outter Ringcode:

IFPI L271 ULJM-05533 A0 1

Inner Ringcode:

IFPI L271 0000-0000 29


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Filesystem

0000030 , \UMD_DATA.BIN
0000032 , \PSP_GAME\SYSDIR\EBOOT.BIN
0001136 , \PSP_GAME\SYSDIR\UPDATE\PARAM.SFO
0001152 , \PSP_GAME\SYSDIR\UPDATE\EBOOT.BIN
0005248 , \PSP_GAME\SYSDIR\UPDATE\DATA.BIN
0054400 , \PSP_GAME\PARAM.SFO
0054416 , \PSP_GAME\SYSDIR\BOOT.BIN
0055520 , \PSP_GAME\ICON0.PNG
0055536 , \PSP_GAME\PIC1.PNG
0055648 , \PSP_GAME\SND0.AT3
0055728 , \PSP_GAME\USRDIR\DATA.PSP
0143760 , \PSP_GAME\USRDIR\PRX\MODULE\LIBPSMFPLAYER.PRX
0143776 , \PSP_GAME\USRDIR\PRX\MODULE\PSMF.PRX
0143792 , \PSP_GAME\USRDIR\MOVIES\CM.PMF
0144128 , \PSP_GAME\USRDIR\MOVIES\CREDITS.PMF
0158240 , \PSP_GAME\USRDIR\MOVIES\GYMKHAN.PMF
0176624 , \PSP_GAME\USRDIR\MOVIES\INTRO.PMF
0177424 , \PSP_GAME\USRDIR\MOVIES\SUMO.PMF



Screenshots

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What are 'Prototype' UMDs?

These UMDs were produced before the official release for QA-testing, reviewing up to promotional purposes. Thus some of them having unfinished builds burned to. (Where especially those not meant for the public sometimes having developer options available!) Depending on the region, company and version they might have a unique but different Disc ID compared to the final retail version. In the gaming industry these type of discs are often referred to as 'silvers'.


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