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  1. bod-ceranimo
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    Hi guys! I have a gigantic problem . I readed a lot of forum . and I still can't get it to work. I have a homebrewed wii and I wanted to play gamecube games but ımgburn at 1x doesn't work with my dwd-rw and I need help somone please help.:hateit:
     
  2. Adeka

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    How are you loading them?
     
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    Firs I tried wii gator's gc backup loader . It didn't work and then I tried neogamma and it didn't work as well.
     
  4. Adeka

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    Try to load them in Nintendont
     
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    can you give a link
     
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    Planet Earth :P
    First link in his signature /\ with Nintendont you can load all GCN games off an sd card or usb device :). On the original Wii, you can also load them off a disc. If it's a backup copy (on a disc) you will need a modchip to load it via Nintendont, if I'm not mistaken. USB/SD is much faster anyways and you won't have to waste anymore discs, its a much better option :)
     
  7. bod-ceranimo
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    but I don't have any more usb left I only got my hdd which is for my wii backups and I softmodded my wii using willbrand
     
  8. Adeka

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    wbfs formatted?

    Also i'm pretty sure you don't need a modchip to load a burned disk in Nintendont
     
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    No iso format and wii games work ferfectly fine.But gc doesn't and gc games are iso formatted too.
     
  10. Adeka

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    I was asking how your hard drive was formatted
     
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    Oh sorry its with the wbfs manager sorry.
     
  12. Adeka

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    Outdated format

    format it to fat32

    Wii games go in /wbfs/gamename/gameid.wbfs

    GameCube games go in /games/gamename/game.iso

    I think cyan has a problem in his sig that converts wbfs drives to fat32
     
  13. master801

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    You need WiiGator's cMIOS installed for WiiGator's backup launcher to work. -- Tutorial http://www.hacksden.com/showthread.php/287

    However, you could always just use that info the person said above, and use Nintendont. All you need is an iso (animal crossing is pretty small) of some-sort on your sd-card, and you should be able to load backups from dvds without having the cMIOS installed.

    EDIT; You can also use Wii Backup Manager to format your drive to fat32.
     
  14. bod-ceranimo
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    ok I'll try and I found my other usb yeeeeeeeeeey:toot:
     
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    will Gc-tool work?
     
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    You're going to want to use DiscEX by credair to transfer the iso over.
    http://www.hacksden.com/showthread.php/6507-DiscEX-0.9-by-Crediar


    EDIT; By the way, the only reason why you need a iso, is because Nintendont doesn't allow you to boot your backups from the dvd drive, without loading some kind of iso first.

    In my opinion, that 'feature' is a tad weird and unnecessary.
     
  17. bod-ceranimo
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    thx Ill try discex too
     
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    but I cant format my hdd 'cause I deleted the games on my pc :D I only have them on my hdd.
     
  19. bod-ceranimo
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    ok I'll try
     
  20. GreyWolf

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    You don't need any tools to transfer Gamecube disc images. Put them in their proper folder and name them "game.iso" and "disc2.iso" for the second disc of two-disc games.
    e.g.: "/games/Cubivore Survival of the Fittest [GCVEEB]/game.iso"

    If you have two separate partitions like FAT32/WBFS the FAT32 one has to be the first one, I believe. It's easier, as others have said, to just use FAT32 completely. The conversion tool may or may not work with secondary partitions so it might be better to just use Wii Backup Manager to copy them to your PC then delete the WBFS partition and extend the FAT32 one to fill the drive.

    Don't use WBFS Manager. It's very old.