Nope, because DNAS ID is one thing, DISC-ID is another different thing.
DNAS uses the DISC-ID to identify the disc, but there's more stuff inside the DNAS module. People who want to circumvent the DNAS protection patch the DNAS module injecting the DISC ID of a legal copy of the game within a patched DNAS IOP replacement image.
Utility discs cannot be modified that way for two reasons:
The DISC-ID is required to be in the disc, by the mechacon (DVD drive CPU) to decrypt the DVD player package which is stored on the disc in a special format.
The executable code on all utility discs are MAGIC GATE encrypted, which means they cannot be modified.
Like I said, there is no workaround these issues.
My idea is install the DVD driver on one of my memory cards and send you a copy... then try to read your memory card ID with FMCB tools and try to "sign" it for you.
But then it's easier for you to look for someone who own the original PS2 HDD an the utility disc so that person can easily install the DVD driver in a memory card for you.
SCPH-10000_GH-001 SCPH-15000_GH-003 SCPH-18000_GH-008 SCPH-30001_GH-005 SCPH-30000_GH-016(V4) SCPH-30001_GH-010(V4)
2xSCPH-10190, 2xSCPH-10350, 2xSCPH-10280
"**** j0 hackers!"
-Sjeep (As seen on TOXIC OS ELF...)