Burning a Gamecube game

Discussion in 'Wii - Hardware, Devices and Utilities' started by KaiserDragon, Dec 21, 2007.

  1. KaiserDragon
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    Quick question:
    Since the Wii can read full sized dvds, can you burn a gamecube game to a normal dvd and it play? Or do you need mini dvds to do this?
    Since some games are really hard to find this is a way to play them so I thought I ask.
    Yes it is modded so that is covered, though I dont have a Cube card or controller.
     
  2. sekhu

    sekhu moo?

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    how do you plan on playing gc games without a gc controller and memory card? to answer your question, you can use normal dvds to burn gc games
     
  3. KaiserDragon
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    I can go buy them, just gotta find a place with them. local gamestop has a wireless model of their own, but its "Mini" so I will keep looking, I will porbably jusdt go online.
     
  4. dreadyz

    dreadyz GBAtemp Regular

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    You should also download Multigame ISO Creator V3.2.4+ so that you can put more than one game on each DVD. I don't shrink my gamecube games, so I put 3 games on each DVD. If you want to, you can even use a double layer dvd and fit even more games on each disc.
     
  5. ben_r_

    ben_r_ GBAtemp Regular

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    What! I did not know you could do that! Very cool!
     
  6. laminaatplaat

    laminaatplaat GBAtemp Advanced Fan

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    at times like these i miss my gamecube with xenoGC chip:(... on the other hand, if I didnt sell my gamecube I wouldnt have bought a DSlite [​IMG]
     
  7. Bob Loblaw

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    yeah you can put multiple GC isos on a dvd with GCOS. I reccommend not using DVD9 at all though because your laser will wear out very very quickly. Stick to the DVD5's.
     
  8. Sir VG

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    And you'll need to use something like Nero to burn it. DVD Decrypter won't touch GC ISOs.
     
  9. laminaatplaat

    laminaatplaat GBAtemp Advanced Fan

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    imgburn does, it's free [​IMG]
     
  10. roboz

    roboz GBAtemp Regular

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    What do you mean by DVD9 and DVD5?
     
  11. ben_r_

    ben_r_ GBAtemp Regular

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    8.4GB Dual Layer DVDs and 4.7GB Single Layer DVDs respectively.
     
  12. Sir VG

    Sir VG GBAtemp Advanced Fan

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    DVD5 = Single Layer Single Sided
    DVD9 = Dual Layer Single Sided
    DVD10 = Single Layer Dual Sided
    DVD18 = Dual Layer Dual Sided
     
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