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    Is swapping a disc possible on any existing NGC backup launcher?

    Hi, I'm wondering, is there a NGC backuplauncher (Or a Wii backuplauncher that supports NGC games) that allows you to swap disc's while playing the game? I have a (Backup) game called Tales of Symphonia which has 2 discs and in the middle of the game, you'll need to switch from disc cause the game is pretty large. With the current backuplauncher that I have, I can't do this (The game stay's on when I eject Disc 1 but when I insert Disc 2 it wont read or do anything). Could anyone help me? :3.

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    Liyern :3.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Liyern View Post
    Hi, I'm wondering, is there a NGC backuplauncher (Or a Wii backuplauncher that supports NGC games) that allows you to swap disc's while playing the game? I have a (Backup) game called Tales of Symphonia which has 2 discs and in the middle of the game, you'll need to switch from disc cause the game is pretty large. With the current backuplauncher that I have, I can't do this (The game stay's on when I eject Disc 1 but when I insert Disc 2 it wont read or do anything). Could anyone help me? :3.

    Thanks in advance,

    Liyern :3.

    Pwease help *bump*

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    Im assuming you have this on 2 seperate mini dvd-r's? If so, just put them on 1 regular size dvd-r

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    So the 2 iso's on 1 single DVD-r?

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    I am not totally sure how you could get it to jump from the first disc to the 2nd disc, but you can fit multipull GC isos on a regular sized dvd-r and then use the multiboot to boot them. Maybe someone else can help ya out. But yes you can fit more than 1 GC iso on a 4.7gb dvd-r

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    Quote Originally Posted by Liyern View Post
    Hi, I'm wondering, is there a NGC backuplauncher (Or a Wii backuplauncher that supports NGC games) that allows you to swap disc's while playing the game? I have a (Backup) game called Tales of Symphonia which has 2 discs and in the middle of the game, you'll need to switch from disc cause the game is pretty large. With the current backuplauncher that I have, I can't do this (The game stay's on when I eject Disc 1 but when I insert Disc 2 it wont read or do anything). Could anyone help me? :3.

    Thanks in advance,

    Liyern :3.
    When the game asks for Disc 2, eject the disc and reinsert it and select disc 2 in the backup launcher. You may need the latest launcher.

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    And what is the latest backuplauncher? And like I have said, I have the 2 iso's on 2 seperate disc's at the moment, and when I want to swap them, and stick in disc 2 it wont read it, so I dunno if you or anyone else knows a Backuplauncher that keeps reading after swapping a disc?
    Last edited by Liyern; 06-15-2009 at 12:19 AM.

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    Us same problem

    i'm having the same problem with RE: Code Veronica X, my second disc won't load when i'm asked to pop it in. I did create a Multi ISO disc with both ISO's on the DVD-r. I used "multigame ISO". Also i do have the latest backup loader because i need to up grade loaders with G-force the game came out. What should i do?

    Scothug

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