Any way of playing GC backups from sd?

Discussion in 'Wii - Backup Loaders' started by gbasource, Sep 3, 2011.

  1. gbasource

    gbasource GBAtemp Regular

    May 28, 2003
    West Midlands
    Is there a way of playing Gamecube backups from sd? Im sure there was a recent gamecube backup loader released and it was mentioned on the gbatemp front page but i cant find it now. What tools/loaders would i need?

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    accidental double post please delete
  2. Tonitonichopchop

    Tonitonichopchop GBAtemp Maniac

    Dec 9, 2009
    United States
    Dios Mios Lite is currently the only free method.
  3. petspeed

    petspeed GBAtemp Advanced Fan

    Nov 13, 2009
    Swiss is also available however it requires a sdgecko
  4. yaum-gui

    yaum-gui Member

    Mar 15, 2009
    Hello there,
    I've been following several guides found around the Web lately, and I've come to these conclusions:

    -My 4.2E soft-modded black Wii CAN access the SNEEK(+DI) menu
    -But it CAN'T read a proper GC rip (I mean, I did them myself before selling them cause I wanted to buy an Xbox 360S)

    --> What happened?
    -I turn the console on, and then select the installed app to go my emulated NAND, which gives me access to the SNEEK menu (either by the GC controller, or by the Wiimote)
    -Everything is OK so far, except the "little" problem stated above...once a game is selected, I click the Disc Channel, which fades to black as usual, then the Wii powers off all by itself.

    --> What do you need to know?
    -I installed SNEEK+DI through Modmii 4.6.1;
    -I made backups on my own NAND (through Bootmii & FS Dumper) and GC games;
    -I converted my GC isos with DiscEX & Modmii (both won’t make a difference);
    -I always put an original legit game in the tray (either Wii disc or GC disc, just in case), but also tried without;
    -I used a 8 GB Sandisk Extreme III & a “standard” 2GB Sandisk SD cards with the SAME files inside, combined with a 320GB Iomega HDD which satisfied me plenty so far (for the config. USB loader).

    If you need any more details so that we might be able to write a happy ending to this story, please let me know by any means.

    Thanks in advance!
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