Modding a Gamecube

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Oct 28, 2010

Modding a Gamecube by Terminator02 at 10:01 PM (995 Views / 0 Likes) 4 replies

  1. Terminator02
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    So, I've got a gamecube laying around collecting dust, I'd like to put it in my family's van so that I can play games on the road (it's an old system who cares)

    Thing is, I don't want to need to carry around all of my games (i have a TON)

    So, I'd like to know how I can mod my gamecube to somehow store all of my games without needing to swap any discs

    I don't care if it's a softmod or a modchip, as long as I have detailed instructions

    Also, if there is a way to get games off of my Gamecube discs or, more importantly, saves off of my memory sticks, i'd like to know

    I read about the XenoGC in that softmod thread, but there were 0 details


    All help is very much appreciated
     
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    Ok I have never done this but I Am pretty sure you use a action replay or something like that.google a gc action replay playing (idk what they backups are called for gc)thats what I think it is.
     
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    You could use SD-Boot... Look up instructions.
     
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    XenoGC is a modchip. I think you will still need to carry your disc around, and don't think there is any USB loader kinda thing if that is what you are looking for.
     

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