1. L3gi0n0fh311

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    Does Wi Backup Manager support GC games ? Can it be used to put GC games on your external HDD ?
     
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    Hello.:)

    No,only for Wii Games.

    You have to put them one by one in Extra Folders per Game and named with the ID and the Name.
    @Randall_Adams here made a Tool for renaming the GameCube Games to the correct Format:
    https://gbatemp.net/threads/chello-folkarinos.584021/#post-9384731

    Thank you.:)
     
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    There is an alternative called OrganiseISOs

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    XFlak Wiitired but still kicking
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    Interesting, his comes with a cover pack that matches the renamed files

    Edit: but still generally I'm not pro youtube guides
     
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    It is a simple batch script:

    Code:
    @ECHO OFF
    CLS
    MD games
    forfiles /m *.iso /c "cmd /c md games\@fname"
    forfiles /m *.iso /c "cmd /c move @file games\@fname"
    forfiles /s /m *.iso /c "cmd /c ren @file game.iso"
    There is one flaw though....it does not take into account multi disc games....
     
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  6. SaulFabre

    SaulFabre Wii scene/hacking & Wii VC well-known guy
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    Here's another tool for manage Nintendo GameCube backups in *.iso format, its name is GCIT (GameCube ISO Tool), it's made by the same creators of Wii Backup Manager, here's the link:
    http://www.wiibackupmanager.co.uk/gcit.html
    Greetings ;)
     
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    Is there any tutorials for this gcit tool ?

    So lets say I have my GC ISOs in a folder called GC_ISOS ... Is this the command to convert them all into nintendont format:

    Code:
    gcit GC_ISOS -F FullISO -D g:/games/
    And this gives me: g:/games/gamefolder/game.iso

    Am I getting this right ?

    What if there are multi-disc games.....then what ?
     
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    XFlak Wiitired but still kicking
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    I had no idea this existed!

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    https://github.com/FIX94/Nintendont

     
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    Oh...Every guide I read said that it should be like drive:/games/GameFolder/game.iso

    But now I realize you can put the ISOs under the games folder ... like: drive:/games/GameName.iso

    The subdirectory is only needed for multi-disc games....

    This saves a lot of headache....
     
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