Can someone try to link the GCN Pokemon games with the GBA games thru Dios Mios Lite?

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  1. Randall402
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    Hi, I'd like to know if someone could use Dios Mios Lite to boot Pokemon Coloseeum/XD, and then try to send Pokemon from them to any one of the GBA Pokemon games. I'd do it myself , but I'm currently lacking in a GCN link cable. This is the only reason I wanna buy one anyway

    EDIT: Got the cable a couple of days ago, and it works perfectly
     
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    Anybody???
     
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    GBA Link works perfectly fine last time I checked, albeit I was playing "Sonic Adventure 2: Battle" and I was sending my Chao to a Chao Garden. That being said, it's the exact same protocol, so I can't see why it wouldn't work.
     
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    I've done it, it works just fine. Pokemon Box also works great through DML.
     
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    I would assume it would work considering the wii is built around the gamecube hardware and software and dios-mios is a redirection of gc access from dvd to usb or sd
     
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    So the linking between a 3rd gen GBA Pokemon game and Pokemon Coloseeum/XD works fine? I just wanna clarify before I buy the linking cable

    EDIT: I mean you used a backup copy of Pokemon Coloseeum/XD, and not the real discs? Also, if you did use backups, you used Dios Mios Lite, right?