For anyone interested, I'm looking close to getting dvddump.exe to run under Linux through Wine. For those interested in reproducing and/or helping, here is what I have done: 1. Remove UPX packing to allow debugging/editing 2. Bypass "removable drive" check by forcing a conditional jump 3. Hardcode the SD card path to point to Wine's "E:\" rather than rely upon Windows' partition naming conventions. I haven't actually got it to dump to the HDD yet, I'm getting some gibberish data output at the moment. It DID correctly identify a chunk 5 of another disc that was on the card initially and refuse to dump due to not being the first chunk though, so I'm getting somewhere, and think I'm pretty close. I might have just inadvertently done something in the last batch of changes, so I'll repeat the above steps tomorrow and modify as little as possible. I'm not going to link to an actual file until I have it working, and even then, you would be using at your own risk, as I've had to remove checks that were deliberately included to make the program more idiot proof. If you're trying to repeat the steps, you're going to need a debugger and hex editor, and you're going to want to know some assembly and just a little Win32.