Wii Gamecube Homebrew Launcher v0.2.2

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  1. robiul
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    robiul GBAtemp Advanced Fan

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    Hell Hibou has released a new version of his GameCube Homebrew Launcher application for the Nintendo Wii. Using this application you can boot GameCube mode homebrew from your SD Card. This program should be used with caution as it makes changes to your NAND. If you happen to have System Menu v3.3 r1 or below then you should consider creating bootable discs instead of using this method as it's a viable and safer alternative.

    What's New?


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    Version 0.2.2 by Hell Hibou
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    - Add quick read and SDHC support
    - Using standard libfat device name (fat1, fat2, ...) for WHL 0.12 compatibility

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    http://rapidshare.com/files/174188530/WGCHL-022.zip.html
    http://www.megaupload.com/?d=YPFJQMHM
    http://www.mediafire.com/?sharekey=f1355fb...2db6fb9a8902bda
    http://www.sendspace.com/file/aq8o33

    Any chance of running gamecube backups through this?
     
  2. Sahduk

    Sahduk GBAtemp Regular

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    Has anyone tried this yet?
     
  3. robiul
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    robiul GBAtemp Advanced Fan

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    Well I've got all the required, now it's just putting them in the right order.
     
  4. ChaosBoi

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    I think you can use the SDBoot for playing backup GC games. It sounds too risky though so I might use homebrew on my Gamecube instead when my SD Gecko arrives.
     
  5. robiul
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    Has anybody got this to work, I'll update a copy of the latest version of sd-boot if needed.