How to dump a save

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Jul 7, 2012

How to dump a save by MasterMan194 at 4:11 PM (1,188 Views / 0 Likes) 5 replies

  1. MasterMan194
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    Newcomer MasterMan194 Advanced Member

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    GCMM only works for unofficial ones, v10 that is. I just have a official 1019 blocks one. How can i do it? Can i?

    Sorry, topic title should be "How to dump a save in official GC memory card to GCI format?"
     
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    http://wiibrew.org/wiki/Ctr-Gcs-DacoTaco-Edition tried this yet? It's picky, but when it decides to work, it does work with official GC memory cards, or at least official 251 cards. I don't have a 1019 to try it with.
     
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    I'm afraid D:
    "Also please note that if you restore a corrupt dump to a memory card, or if the program shows an error while creating or restoring a dump, you may end up with a corrupted memory card".
     
  4. Heat87

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    I tried it on an official memory card 59 blocks... and guess what ? IT WORKS :)
     
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    Ok, got it working, thanks guys.
    Used GCI2NMM from DM's page. Used gci2nmm GZ2E_zelda2.gci and got a GZ2E01 folder, with "gczelda2' and "stats.bin", and now?
     
  6. Heat87

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    just create a folder called "saves" on your sd and copy the "GZ2E01 folder" into the "saves folder"
    but don't forget to activate "NMM" otherwise it won't work !
     

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