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Under Night In-Birth (Sega RingEdge 2) need help with decrypting


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I found a Under Night In-Birth dump on archive.org, you could use the search function on that site to locate it. Search for Sega RingEdge 2. Teknparrot recently added the game to its library. Problem is that the dump is just an encrypted ISO file. So you'd have to decrypt it to play it in Teknoparrot. Anyone know how to decrypt such a thing as this?

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31 minutes ago, Shahaan said:

I found a Under Night In-Birth dump on archive.org, you could use the search function on that site to locate it. Search for Sega RingEdge 2.

Can not find it ....error 500 Internal Server Error

Direct link ?

Probably only the .exe needs to be decrypted or the whole disc image ?

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10 minutes ago, petje said:

Can not find it ....error 500 Internal Server Error

Direct link ?

Probably only the .exe needs to be decrypted or the whole disc image ?


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Just now, kamranijaz said:

maybe its for rpcs3, did you check its content

Pretty sure those aren't encrypted, plus the folder it came from was for RingEdge 2 games to begin with

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3 minutes ago, NoKey said:

Dont download guys. This is only JPN PS3 disc image. :)

 

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Again, the original Under Night In-Birth isn't on PS3, its only Sega RingEdge 2, where you get PS3 I have no idea. if you try to open that iso file it won't open, as opposed to PS3 games which has iso files that do open. And once again the archive specifies RingEdge 2 specifically

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I have the Steam version of this series, but i will try it with the PS3 emulator. If it doesnt open, its not a problem for me. The arcade version will surely fall into its clear environment when its time.

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I don't mean to be harsh but I'm fairly sure RPCS3 is not compatible with ISO files

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Those may be the encrypted files which were available for download through sega official channels

 

 found here

https://www.arcade-projects.com/forums/index.php?thread/10695-sega-ringedge-2-questions-on-obtaining-systems-disks-etc/&pageNo=1&s=a58137cac869a18a73604d3a7a95c4994ef237d5

 

read this ...

 

UNIST exists only in digital form of a download for the PRas.
You can get it online without any restrictions, still it is delivered as an encrypted container, you should have a key.

apm.sys-all.net/data/SDCM/SDCM_3_00_00.original
apm.sys-all.net/data/SDCM/SDCM_3_30_00.patch


AllNet P-Ras runs fine without Aime connection.
The downside is that redchip has a timebomb, it has "playcount" variable, which is increased towards "playlimit" each credit spent.
Once it reaches "playlimit" it would show you Aime timeout error instead of launching the Multi.
Difference between playcount and playlimit is usually around 200-300 credits, depends when the machine (or actually keychip) lost network.

Every RingEdge2 hardware-wise is the same as RingEdge2 Multi,
Multi platform would check machine's EEPROM for correct game_ID AND machine serial number, which is different series between RE2 and RE2 Multi.

All these has been defeated.
EEPROM can be updated with "correct data" for game and serial (and even region, if you wish).
Redchip is also perfectly emulated already.

This is just for education, I do not plan to release anything public, nor I sell any "services" or hardware.
 

PS.

In the list found on Archive org there's also the UI software, which is an encrypted iso as well... 90% that's legit stuff but without key it's useless

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