1. beemie07

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    Im truly sorry for asking however I couldn't find an answer

    I am after a step by step guide on how to update v0.4 to v0.5
    I have downloaded v0.5r927 and I dont know what to do.

    cheers
     
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    Replace the file
     
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    well thats all well and good, replace what file?

    cheers
     
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    Swiss DUH
     
  5. KleinesSinchen

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    How are you loading Swiss?
    • Save exploit + Swiss on Memory Card → Update Swiss on Memory Card (GCI file)
      • Best to use a second Memory Card if you have no other way of loading Swiss. If the update fails you would lock yourself out.
      • You can also load latest Swiss with older Swiss. Put the dol file on the SD-Gecko, start your old Swiss and load the new one from SD.
    • Save exploit + Swiss on SD-Gecko → Update Swiss dol file on SD
      • I don't know which one has the preference (I mean if there is Swiss on Memory Card and on SD, I don't know which one the save exploits will load).
    • XenoGC + Burned Swiss DVD-R → Burn new DVD-R
      • You can also load latest Swiss with older Swiss. Put the dol file on the SD-Gecko, start your old Swiss and load the new one from SD.
    • Datel Action Replay/ SD Media Launcher → Replace Swiss (DOL file) on SD Gecko
    • GC Loader optical drive emulator → Don't exactly know how this works. I guess replace boot iso on GC loader SD with newest version
    • IPL replacement like Qoob/Viper → No idea. Probably same way you put it there.
    Good luck and have fun!
     
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    Ahh ok thats my problem then, I dont have a sd gecko card.
    I have a mini dvd with Swiss and micro sd card with iso's loaded
    so I would have to create a new mini dvd with Swiss.
     
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    Where do you put the SD? You will need either an SD-Gecko or an SD2SP2 (newer Swiss only).
     
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    I believe I have a SD2SP2 with the micro sd card with game iso's on it
     
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    U really should go the booting Swiss off GC memory card route with all the Swiss updates in the foreseeable future
     
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    Hey Again

    SD card and reader has finally arrived. I put Swiss on the sd card. how do I make the GC read the SD card with Swiss instead of the Drive.

    thanks in advance

    cheers

    Greg
     
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    Save exploit with a gamecube game
     
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    sorry im really stupid. LOL. I dont quite understand
     
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    Download the newest Swiss, extract the (not uncompressed) dol to the root of the SD, rename as boot.dol, then continue using the older Swiss disc you already have (assuming it's new enough to support SD2SP2)

    Of course if the latter condition is not met, or the couple of extra seconds loading annoys you, you can always burn a newer miniDVD (or get a modern ODE or bios replacement chip!)
     
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    There is games that have save exploit to boot a boot.dol located on memory card that be Swiss the boot.dol
     
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    cheers

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    ok yup thanks, I have watched a few videos. so here's hoping. lol
     
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    Hi

    I have burned the new version of Swiss onto a mini dvd but I can't get it to boot.

    I can used the old version mini dvd, boot that, swap discs and then run the new version

    for some reason it wont boot

    any ideas??

    cheers
     
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    Boot Swiss and swap for new version on your GC memorycard
     
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