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    Is there a program similar to WiiBackup Manager that shows you Gamecube games on HDD?

    I have Gamecube games saved on my HDD in the Dios Mios Toolbox format, but I can't tell what games they are because they are stored in folders named by their game IDs (e.g. GQPE78). Is there a program similar to WiiBackup Manager that will show me the Gamecube games on the drive, with the actual game titles?

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    Quote Originally Posted by miihackwii View Post
    Wow , that's cool. When did that come out? I know people have been hoping for gamecube support and I guess it's in development and on the way. Wii backup manager is already a great tool and this would make it even better.

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    This is cool, I may want to check it out myself. Though I don't have a problem telling which games are which cause I always put the games cover art in the folder with the ISO. So even if its named as GameID I can still tell what game it is.

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    I'm trying to use the program but when I try to open a folder I get an error message at the bottom of the window: "File not found: G:/games/sys/boot.bin". This happens when I try to open any directory - it always says it can't find sys/boot.bin.

    Edit: It seems the program is designed to look for individual isos, not DMToolbox files. So to figure out the name I have to open the individual DMToolbox folders. Is there any way to change this so it looks for isos within folders that are in the directory selected? Like how WiiBackup Manager looks for wbfs files within folders in the directory.
    Last edited by jameslieb1; 07-24-2013 at 03:35 PM.

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