GC backup on Wiikey

Discussion in 'Wii - Hacking' started by Akoji, Jan 17, 2008.

  1. Akoji
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    Akoji +5 internets to psyfira for avatar.

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    And if it's works how do you burn the games?
     
  2. JKR Firefox

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    That's a very vague question...but anyway...

    GC backups do indeed work with the Wiikey (as it states in the list of things the Wiikey is capable of). You just burn them to a DVD in the same manner as you would with a Wii backup. If you look around, there is a program out there called MultiGameIsoCreator that can take multiple GC games and combine them into one ISO which can then be burned and played on the Wii as well. I can search for the link to the program but I'm at work right now and don't have time [​IMG]
     
  3. Akoji
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    Akoji +5 internets to psyfira for avatar.

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    Argh, nightshift? [​IMG] well thanks for the answer, I will find the program [​IMG] thanks for the answer, and yeah sorry for the vague question.

    And damn... my Ikaruga download is struck at 32% (is it normal that it's only 132mb XD)
     
  4. JKR Firefox

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    Ha ha, don't worry about it. Yeah some GC games are much smaller then others. I downloaded Mario Superstar Baseball and Baten Kaitos Origins today and there was definetely a big difference in ISO sizes. It all depends on the game I guess.
     
  5. screwed

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    just a little add-on question here.
    But is there a software that can identify the GameCube image's region, like the RegionFrii does for Wii images?
     
  6. kedest

    kedest GBAtemp Psycho!

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    yes, gc-tool can do that.
    But the region doesn't matter that much. Cross-region compatiblity is excellent, especially if you use gcos
     
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