Homebrew Discs for Roms

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Sep 8, 2009
  1. Carpediem2009
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    First let me say I am sorry if this has been covered I did scan the forums but to only find post that are having issues with the already made discs

    I would like to play my roms for nes, snes, sega gen, ect.

    What is the best way to make a homebrew disc? can i put all the roms on the same disc (eg. Nes. Snes, Sega, Ect )in a seperate folder? What wad will I have to install to my homebrew or channel to launch that disc?

    Note: I already have my roms and know how to get them.

    Any help on this would be great ty
     
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    You need an emulator for each system.

    http://wiibrew.org/wiki/Emulators

    I know Snes9x GX, FCE Ultra GX, and Genesis Plus support roms on a dvd.

     
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    How do I burn it at a 9660 iso format? I have the emulators in homebrew now, would I have to add them else where as well?

    Also is there a channel forwarder to add on the main wii screen for the emulators? I also have a app in homebrew called homebrew disc loader that i got from the homebrew browser
     
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    simply add folders to a "DATA" DVD disk in say Nero with the roms that you want e.g...

    Folder Name - Roms

    Snes9x - Snes roms
    VBAX - gameboy roms(GBA,GB,GBC)
    FCEU - Nes roms
    Genplus - Genesis/Megadrie roms
    Smsplux - Master System roms

    all you have to do is make the folders so that they are on the root of the dvd, when buring with most software the default is ISO 9660 when you hit "Burn" unles otherwise specified. make sure that whatever emulator your using is compatible with the roms type you have

    for forwarder channel use the search button at the top and search "TroyTheZombie", you should find a thread with most emulator forwarders for the wiimenu, all you have to do is make sure they point to the right folder on the sd
     
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    Thank you that worked well.
     

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