So, for flyers80 and dlfrsilver, please set Copy Mode = "splice" then dump those games again.
The following is the answer wrote by my friend NRS:
NewRisingSun wrote:ijor wrote:But why you require those disks to be dumped in splice mode? In my experience, it is better to dump multiple revolutions blindly. Then by software you can perfectly read sectors that cross the index.
The opposite is true. Dumping "blindly" means reading from index to index, so you may have a few bits missing at the index. No software will be able to reconstruct a sector across the index signal if it has bits missing in its middle. I suppose the word "blind mode" is misleading in this regard. I noticed that very problem when comparing the SCP image of Boulder Dash 1 with the Kryoflux image --- it was not a matter of how to interpret the data, but simply that there were bits missing at the end.
As a sidenote, SCP's software is the only flux-level software I know of that actually stops reading directly at the index signal. Even the old Central Point Transcopy software for the Option Board read at least until the next sync mark after the index.