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    Question How do I make a back-up of a Gamecube game (that is on a USB) on my wii?

    I have homebrew, I have usb loader, I have all that stuff.

    Recently, me and my cousin finally managed to get GameCube iso files to play on the wii (from the DIOS MIOS GameCube app) so now when I load my usb to the back of the GameCube, I can play games that are on there.

    My question is, how do you get the GameCube games off of the USB and on to the actual wii itself, so I can play these games without having to use a usb everytime.

    Please let me know, thanks!

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    You can't. The Wii only has 512mb of internal memory, GC games are 1.36gb...far too big. Sorry.

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    you could only install wiiwares into Wii NAND; of which is 40~50mb typically. GC iso size is too large.

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    Are you sure? People were able to put wii games as channels in the actual wii.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JetKidd
    Are you sure? People were able to put wii games as channels in the actual wii.
    Those are forwarders that point to an ISO on a HDD.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JetKidd View Post
    Are you sure? People were able to put wii games as channels in the actual wii.
    OK, you need to learn more about CHANNEL in the Wii, wiiware in the Wii and memory size in the Wii.

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