GCM file is gbc iso? just take a look at this topic!

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  1. Langin
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    Ive downloaded star wars the clone wars for ngc, when it was clear with dl I was happy then I saw the kind of file: swtcw.GCM wat the heck is this for an file how can I make an iso of it? (ive asked this earlyer in quick tread but: it is an big question! Ive had it to with an wii game

    my fault its gcm file is ngc iso?
     
  2. zidane_genome

    zidane_genome My sword has a +2 bleeding... wanna test it out?

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    after praying to various gods for help, I came up with a great answer!

    Google - GCM to ISO

    First link -

    Also, WTF does that mean? "GCM file is gbc iso?"??????

    GameCubeMedia is GameBoy Color ISO?? Also, learn spellcheck. It'll help in life!
     
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    you answered yourself in the topic title "GCM file is gbc iso".
     
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    Yes, of course I don't understand you. GCM file is gbc iso? Gamecube file is gameboy color iso?

    1. WTF?
    2. Gameboy color games are roms, not isos
    3. How is a gamecube game really a gameboy game?

    Answer: Rename it from .gcm to .iso

    Done
     
  7. shtonkalot

    shtonkalot Can't hold on much longer, But I'll never let go!

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    Think this is just a case of getting a file extension confused with file contents, the two are not directly related.
    The .GCM is likely a disc image and should work the same whether named .ISO or .GCM depending on what you are trying to do with it.
    If you are trying to burn it to disc I believe that IMGburn will accept .GCM file extensions without needing to be renamed. Not that I can think of a good reason not to just rename the extension to .ISO.

    What is the "gbc iso" you mentioned in the title? This seems to be confusing most as GBC is an abbreviation for GameBoy Colour.