Need Some Help With Buring .gcm Files

Discussion in 'Wii - Hacking' started by XxDaSaMixX, Mar 5, 2007.

  1. XxDaSaMixX
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    XxDaSaMixX Member

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    Hi, sorry for the noob question, but I would like to know how to burn .gcm files. I know that I am suppose to convert it to an ISO but what program does that? And I also downloaded the GCOSWiinja ISO. I am trying to multi-boot GC games. What program does this?

    Thanks and sorry for all the noobish questions!!! [​IMG]
     
  2. Hooya

    Hooya GBAtemp Advanced Maniac

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    just change the extension to .iso then burn.
     
  3. XxDaSaMixX
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    XxDaSaMixX Member

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    Wow, thanks for your answer!! Its because I've never burned to a GC game so didn't know the procedure.

    BTW, what program to I use to compile multi ISOs to multi boot with GCOSWiinja?


    EDIT: Never mind I found it. Im using GCM Utility 0.5 to create Multiboots. Is there a newer version or is this it?
     
  4. avatarx

    avatarx Advanced Member

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    Gamecube multi ISOs (burning multiple ISOs on one DVD) doesn't work yet from what I understand.
     
  5. GamerzInc

    GamerzInc GBAtemp Fan

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    You can burn multiple gcm files to a disc and play them through gcos or other modchip like qoobpro. I don't know if wii modchips still support this.
     
  6. XxDaSaMixX
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    XxDaSaMixX Member

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    Yeah, I just tested it out. Doesn't seem to work. I hope someone releases an exploit that will allow this. Well, now I have to run to the store to get some mini dvds. I'll go tomorrow.
     
  7. Hooya

    Hooya GBAtemp Advanced Maniac

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    *shudders*

    just burn them to full sized DVDs. They'll run fine and you'll save a crapload of money.
     
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