Extract Files From GameCube ISO

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  1. elephantlover01
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    How do you extract files from a GameCube ISO? Because I want to get files such as music and textures, but I don't know what to use.
     
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    I have also been wondering if there is a way, as I'd like to make custom borders for the Gameboy Player boot disc.
     
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    There are quite a few tools out there, I would suggest Dolphin, the emulator, it will allow you to extract files from discs.
     
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    You could use Gamecube ISO Tool (gcit) or GC-Tool, to name a few.
     
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    Ok. I extracted the files, but how do I open them? What programs can I use because all of them are just code. They're BIN, THP, STR, REL, PDT, MSM, and DAT files.
     
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    I need ways to decode and recode the images from the GameBoy Player boot disc. What tools would I need for this?
     
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    Dolphin keeps getting deleteed on my computer because it thinks that it's a virus. Also, the other one won't open. Is there any other options?
     
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    seriously uninstall whatever antivirus you have and install some clamwin ...
    between dolphin and whatever antivirus the choice is dolphin ...always ... :)
     
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