Help with GameCube Backups.

Discussion in 'Wii - Backup Loaders' started by Whatee, Dec 9, 2009.

Dec 9, 2009

Help with GameCube Backups. by Whatee at 5:34 PM (1,008 Views / 0 Likes) 7 replies

  1. Whatee
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    Hi,

    I've recently softmodded and added the homebrew channel to my wii, and i am currently running Wii Backups without a hitch.

    Now i would like to run GC (GameCube) Back ups
    For games like
    - Eternal Darkness
    - MGS Twin Snakes
    - Etc.........

    What do i need to install and or run, in order to get these (GC backups) to work?
    I've heard of;

    CIOScorp
    &
    Wii Gator


    My system

    LAUNCH console from 2006
    4.2 Firmware
    Homebrew Chanel
    CIOS 249

    Thanks,
     
  2. megatron_lives

    Member megatron_lives GBAtemp Regular

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    all you need to do is install waninkoko or wiigators cmios and load games through wiigator's gc backup laucher
     
  3. Whatee
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    Hmm, That sounds really easy.

    Which is better? (waninkoko or wiigators cmios)
    Its an easy Install?
    And where can i find it?
     
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    Member lostdwarf GBAtemp Maniac

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    search for CMIOS rev 8 and use that

    then launch your gamecube games (on DVD-R) with your backup launcher channel or boot from HBC. you can also create multi game discs with about 3 or 4 games on one DVD-R!!! (search GC multi iso creator)


    ps
    metal gear twin snakes does not work. dont waste your discs trying.
    every other game seems to run perfectly (i suggest F-ZERO GX as your test game as it runs perfectly in every mode)
     
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    Member Ame16787 GBAtemp Regular

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    so theres no way to link the two parts of mgs:ts? even if i put both on the same disc there's still no way to pass from part 1 to part 2? [​IMG]
     
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    Doesn't it have issues with the music?
     
  7. Skizzo

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    Really? Because the compatibility list says it does work.

    http://wiki.gbatemp.net/wiki/index.php?tit...patibility_List
     
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    My experiences have shown it to work. The only thing is, for some games you must use a DVD-R rather than changing the booktype on a DVD+R, I know that was the case with a different game that I tried, it may be so for MGS:TTS as well.

    If you're already using DVD-R, I have no idea what might be wrong.
     

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