Howto: GameCube/Wii SD adapter

Discussion in 'Wii - Console and Game Discussions' started by Scorpei, Dec 20, 2006.

  1. Scorpei
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    Scorpei GBAtemp Maniac

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    Hey all,

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    I've just released my howto about how to make your own Nintendo GameCube SD adapter. Read it here;
    http://ngc.scorpei.com/GUIDE-SD_adapter.html
    Remember that currently Nintendo GameCube homebrew also works on the new Nintendo Wii (via the AR method), and that this is the only way to boot it [​IMG] (AR)! Hope you all like it!

    Yours,
    Scor

    p.s. If anything is wrong please let me know [​IMG].
     
  2. RefiX

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    i'll try this one during holidays, thanks [​IMG]
    (Just need to find an sd connector)
     
  3. Scorpei
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    Scorpei GBAtemp Maniac

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    Glad I could help [​IMG]. I noticed there was nearly no documentation so I figured lets make some [​IMG]. Anyway if you go and buy an SD connector I personally really liked the ones I used from Molex..
     
  4. feriol

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    what happened to the pso exploit? does the wii not support (emulate?) the gc's bba? (please tell me it does, or i'll need to hang on to my cube solely for the massive multiplayer mariokart madness!)
     
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    ildocteur Newbie

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    How do you play Mario Kart multiplayer ?

    Do you use two Gamecubes or Is there a way to play oover the internet ?

    ildoc


     
  6. Scorpei
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    Scorpei GBAtemp Maniac

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    Well, it was possible to use project warpipe (I think). It would connect two cubes over the internet but it's not official. As for the PSO exploit...I don't think that still works.
     
  7. Mewgia

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    So, can you not boot Gamecube Homebrew from an SD card via the Wii's built-in SD card slot? Because that would be ideal.
    Also, I wonder if someone will ever get the Gamecube's online multiplayer hacks to work over the Wii's built-in wi-fi? That would be teh pwnsome.
    Or Wii multiplayer hacks that let you play what would normally be just one-system multiplayer over wi-fi...Also pwnsome.
     
  8. Scorpei
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    Scorpei GBAtemp Maniac

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    Would indeed be cool, but chances are again very low I think.