Dios Mios Multi Disc Loading

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Apr 14, 2013
  1. shanefromoz
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    Hello,

    Can someone please explain the exact process?
    I read about putting 2 iso in the same folder with renaming of 1 of them but unsure exactly what to do.

    Cheers
     
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    You already got your answer by PM.
    Choose either the forum or the PM, not multiple places or you will have multiple answers and sometime different answers depending on the users.
    You better just follow one topic so other users see what was already suggested to you.

    here's my answer from PM:
     
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    so metal gear.iso + disc2.iso or metal gear2.iso?
     
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    no, it's pretty simple: disc one (or metal gear disc one) is and i quote: "game.iso" and for disc two (just read very carefully): "disc2.iso".
    no naming the game. these iso's should be in: "sd/usb:\gamecube\***\" where *** is the corresponding game ID.
    SD only works for "dios mios lite" edition, USB only works with "dios mios" edition.
     
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    "game.iso" IS the filename: yes, the 4 letters: "g" + "a" + "m" + "e" followed by the extension.
    Same with the second disc: disc2.iso ("d" + "i" + "s" + "c" + "2")


    Even simpler : use a Game Manager to put the iso in the correct folder or an USBLoader to dump your game.
     
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    thanks to all for clearing that up
     

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