Thanks for your reply.
So, if I understand correctly, the best method for testing raw+96 reading capability in audio tracks is to read an AudioCD with CD-Text information.
And, to test raw+96 capability in data tracks, the solution would be to read a PSX Libcrypt protected CD.
I think I can get hold of a CD-Text-enabled Audio CD; but I find it very difficult to get a PSX CD. I don’t know anyone who has one of those.
However, I could very easily find a friend who has a cd-burner.
Could you give me any advice to build an image of a data CD with 96 bytes of subchannel data?
Should I use an hex editor? Or is there any other (easier) choice?
Regarding the “integrity check” issue: I was referring to some kind of CRC checking like the one found in .RAR or .ZIP files.
I asked that question because I’ve seen many .ISO, .BIN and .NRG files floating around in the eDonkey network, and I was wondering how could I notice whether they are protected against corruption or not.
If they don’t have any CRC checking nor any other “integrity checking” measures, then they are very vulnerable to corruption during transfer.
Why do people send extremely large files that are prone to corruption without zipping them first?
Thanks a million.