Question About DML And Sneek

Discussion in 'Wii - Hacking' started by godreborn, May 27, 2012.

May 27, 2012
  1. godreborn
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    is there a way to play multi-disc games with dml? whenever I select the second disc of any game, I get a stack dump error. I changed the title id folder name, and the game booted up. however, I don't have a save on the second disc to test if it worked. also, if u save a game in sneek, is that game save only usable with sneek or can u use it with ur real nand as well? thanks.
     
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    I'm pretty sure the same utility that makes multigame ISOs can separate them again. So just do that and put the games on as separate images.
     
  3. godreborn
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    oh, I did separate them. whenever I dropped the games into discex, it would identify each disc, and it would tack a 2 at the end of the title id folder for the second disc. however, that seemed to cause a problem. I changed the title id folder name of disc 2 entirely (I don't think it will affect the game since it's not directly tied to the game files). the second disc would load at that point, but I didn't have a save to test. I tried starting a new game to see if it prompted me for disc 1, but at that point I got a disc read error. the same also happened when loading a save from disc 1. so, I'm not really sure if changing the folder name even worked. with the compatibility list, I noticed disc 1 was listed for Tales of Symphonia (the game I tried), but not disc 2. is there a way to put a gamecube save on to a gamecube memory card? I might be able to figure out if it worked by using a disc 2 save.
     

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