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    Ca How do you burn NES roms to disc?

    Hi, I have downloaded the FCE ultra emulator.

    I also have 1090 NES games, the problem I'm having is burning them to disc to play on the emulator. Image burn doesn't seem to be able to do this.

    How do I ply these roms on the emulator?

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    Quote Originally Posted by jasonchampion View Post
    Hi, I have downloaded the FCE ultra emulator.

    I also have 1090 NES games, the problem I'm having is burning them to disc to play on the emulator. Image burn doesn't seem to be able to do this.

    How do I ply these roms on the emulator?
    IMGburn burns images or ISOs. What you need is Nero or something like that I'm guessing, and burn the roms to a data disc. Is there some reason you don't put them on an SD card, no moneys spent on discs and no DVD read errors after time. I have an 2GB SD card with all the NES and SNES roms and emulators on it, runs flawlessly.

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    Where on the SD card to you store them so the Wii channel picks them up?

    I have the SNES and Sega ones on a disc. Just figured to do the same here. Are the NES roms just out of date and need a CD and not a DVD?

    Thanks for your help.

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    There is a readme that came with the emulator, that tells where the folder goes on the Sd card. If you don't have a Readme file, then go to WiiBrew and download the latest emulator and you will get a readme. Once installed to the SD card, you will boot the emulator thru homebrew channel, you may be able to find a forwarder somewhere so the channel will boot the emulator from the SD. CDs will not work in the Wii, only DVDs work.

    It says at WiiBrew that you need DVDX installed to read the burned DVD. I forgot about that, and I know that some newer Wii's have problems installing DVDX. So maybe SD card is the way to go.

    List of homebrew emulators - WiiBrew
    Last edited by Stomp_442; 10-26-2009 at 08:06 PM.

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