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Discussion in 'Wii - Hacking' started by steveroo, Aug 3, 2013.
anyway to disc load emulators (snes/sega) from gamecube/wii?
no, not with wii homebrew.
yes possible, get an sd media launcher disc, it comes with the sd card adapter. do the necessary steps and you can boot gamecube .dols.
not worth the effort though, just install the homebrew channel and enjoy both wii/gc .dols.
I think punemu is what I want, but I'm confused with with combining the
Open-Source Apploader, ISO template
Wait, what is your exact goal and why the restrictions? The emulators are homebrew.
I bought a soul caliber 2 arcade joystick for GCB and ps2. the stick doesn't work with the wii. That's why the restrictions for emulation on gamecube.
Why doesn't it work? Unless the Wii's Gamecube ports are physically broken (or you have a new model where the ports aren't present), there should be no issues.
I've searched google and found the common answer is; the joystick was made before the wii. The joystick is not compatible with the wii. Even when I use my adapter for ps2 to wii with the ps2 cord from the joystick, it's still not recognized. I've played my gamecube discs and they work with the stick. I haven't tried the new dios mios loading games via usb/sdhc yet.