wii "homebrew filter" with gcn "swiss"

Discussion in 'Wii - Emulation and Homebrew' started by metri3, Feb 20, 2011.

Feb 20, 2011
  1. metri3
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    Is it possible to run gcn's "swiss" with wii's "homebrew filter"?

    In the homebrew filter's topic it says that it runs gamecube homebrew... My question is can I run swiss to rip a gamecube game to my hdd on my wii?
     
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    no idea about running it like that, i do know that while swiss is running your usb hdd wont be picked up so the answer is your big question is no
     
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    Damn. Thank you.

    One more question. Is there a way to rip a gcn disc with the wii? My cd burner is toasted and I am thinking about getting a wiikey sd card adapter...
     
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    When you get an SD adapter like you mentioned, you can rip gamecube games to that.
     
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    Awesome! Thanks a lot for the help guys!
     
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    Getting errors!!!

    Won't dl .dat...

    Also won't rip to my NTFS partition. Get's about %12 done on "Four Swords" and I get an error.

    ...also is the Wiikey SD card adapter the same thing as a SD Gecko?
     

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