SD-Boot v0.4 RC1

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Mar 30, 2009

SD-Boot v0.4 RC1 by M-A-F-I-A at 11:24 AM (2,636 Views / 0 Likes) 12 replies

  1. M-A-F-I-A
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    Quote from Emu_kidid
    More info and download
     
  2. Dodi

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    Run GC Games from SD?
    I gotta have a look.

    EDIT:
    Oh you need the original game in the drive for it to work. [​IMG]
    "You are required to have a original game in the drive but it will not be read from"

    Ohh well...
     
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    You must have an GC SD adapter (GekoSD, WiikeySD or similar).

    EDIT: If you have, GC backups, you MUST have the original games to create it.
     
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    then whats the point then?

    and i think it requires sd gecko
     
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    wrong section, it's for gamecube users only

    don't work in Wii mode

    to load your game backup as you are legit supposed to do ?
     
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    Yes it does... you still need a USBGecko and a MIOS that allows launching GC homebrew though.
     
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    yes you can burn it on a GC bootdisc and use GC backup launcher to load GC backup SD loader from the disc lol

    still it is Gamecube homebrew, not Wii
     
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    why should you load from sd when you have the disc ready in the drive . i meant
     
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    because you can put several gamecube games on a single SD card ? because DVD easily get damaged and not SDCARD ?

    what the point of ANY iso loader then (beside obvious piracy) ?
     
  10. jan777

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    arhgh , you dont get my point

    if you have the disc already there why dont you just play from it?

    you can put a lot of gc games on an sd but you still have to change disc everytime?

    okay, you win
     
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    It requires any original GameCube disc to be in the drive, or any GameCube backup will do if you have a modchip in your GameCube/Wii.

    It's of most benefit if you're playing on an actual GameCube because the mini discs are expensive and the drive is a fussy little bastard that doesn't like many discs.
     
  12. jan777

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    oh, so you can put any game?

    well thats better
     
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    This homebrew can be used with the wii in combination at Wii Gamecube Homebrew Launcher 0.2 developed by Mega Man.

    Sorry for bad english.
     

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