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    Homebrew won't read gamecube memory cards

    My wii was working fine earlier today when I was restoring some game saves but after I tried to backup my gotcha force game (Which for some reason corrupted my memory card), all of my homebrew apps read that there were no memory cards inserted of my working cards although they work fine when I check their data in the wii's data management menu. Is there any way to fix this?

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    I really need some assistance with this, I can't use my backup saves anymore. None of my memory card managers in homebrew are reading my memory cards.

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    Quote Originally Posted by frostymm View Post
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    I really need some assistance with this, I can't use my backup saves anymore. None of my memory card managers in homebrew are reading my memory cards.
    bumping is frowned upon here at wiihacks.

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    Well I did wait a couple days and the purpose of bumping is to make your post known that it is still there and that you still need assistance. If bumping is frowned upon then what would you rather me do? I don't want to make a new post on the same subject repeatedly...

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    Never heard of this before. lol Didn't even know you could use GC cards with homebrew, then they are tiny compared to SD these days.

    We've seen 10 minute bumps on here recently, now I for one frown upon that sort of nonsense.
    Not really doing much Wii stuff these days.

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    Well it's not that I use the cards with homebrew or rather for homebrew. I just use it to restore and backup my gamecube save files which I can't do anymore. Does anyone know of a way I can use my SD card as a gamecube memory card to use with my games or no? Because I'm not sure that the gamecube mode for the wii supports such things. Yeah, I don't bump that often =/ There's not really a point to that. But I AM going to bump every now and then till I get an answer (Probably between 3 days to a month apart.).

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    Oh right. Yes the GC cards are required for GC mode of course. I've never delved into backing up the only GC game I've actually bothered to play so far.
    Not really doing much Wii stuff these days.

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    They make gc cards with usb ports which allows for backup onto a pc. They also make gc adapter that accepts sd-cards.

    Have a look at the bottom of this page.
    http://www.gc-linux.org/wiki/SDload
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    I know about those but I don't have the money to get them atm.

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