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Thread: [GUIDE] - DIOS MIOS v2.11 - Play Gamecube Backups From Your USB HDD

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    Oh I see...

    Just one more thing, you keep mentioning Devolution. Isn't Dios Mios a better solution?

    Sorry for my ignorance lol

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    Eh, SNES would know more about that then I would, but they each have their own ups and downs

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    Quote Originally Posted by robertserrao View Post
    Oh I see...

    Just one more thing, you keep mentioning Devolution. Isn't Dios Mios a better solution?

    Sorry for my ignorance lol
    Either way u would still need the gc ports at this moment in time

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    Quote Originally Posted by robertserrao
    Oh I see...

    Just one more thing, you keep mentioning Devolution. Isn't Dios Mios a better solution?

    Sorry for my ignorance lol
    Like DiscMurderer said, they both have advantages. IMO Devolution's biggest advantages are it supports audio streaming, disc swapping (DM does as well in 2.6 but I hear 2.6 lost some game compatibility), runs the games in Wii mode (meaning less frame rate issues) and lastly it is an App launched via SD card meaning you don't install it (can be used as its own app or integrated into a USB Loader).

    Anywho, bottom line is currently it is impossible for a Wii with no GC ports to play GC games unless you do like Pob said and solder the GC ports in yourself (which is dangerous if you don't know what you're doing)

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    Understood!

    Thank you for all the help and information. I am more enlightened now.

    I just wanted to play the classics (The Legend of Zelda - The Wind Waker, Super Mario Sunshine and Luigi's Mansion).

    Maybe someday newer versions of Devo or DM will have support for my problem. Until then, I'll just stick to Wii games hehehe

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    Quote Originally Posted by SNES_Master View Post
    Did you put the disc2.iso in the same folder as disc 1? And what are they both named as?

    No I did not. I'll try that soon. Thanks for the answer.

    I've tried but DiskEx ripped games contain the same file name in the folder. So I've tried DMtoolbox but the program crashes in win 7 x64....

    Edit: Managed to rip in win 7 x86 pc. (XP does not work) Although in USB loader GX I cannot even see the game to launch it. I've tried R1207 mod and nothing... Where do I get the latest GX mod?

    Also this is my structure and files in SD in picture below.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Stsaerox View Post
    No I did not. I'll try that soon. Thanks for the answer.

    I've tried but DiskEx ripped games contain the same file name in the folder. So I've tried DMtoolbox but the program crashes in win 7 x64....

    Edit: Managed to rip in win 7 x86 pc. (XP does not work) Although in USB loader GX I cannot even see the game to launch it. I've tried R1207 mod and nothing... Where do I get the latest GX mod?

    Also this is my structure and files in SD in picture below.
    Try r1205: Should be used as stable revision. It has new HBC and latest DIOS MIOS support.
    R1205_IOS222-249-250.7z

    r1207: For beta testers only. R1207_IOS222-249-250.7z

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    If you are still having issues with GX, remove the CFG file from the GX app.

    You could also try wiiflow v4.0.5
    Last edited by candylove; 12-29-2012 at 07:33 PM.

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    You mean the GXGlobal.cfg file in apps with settings?

    Just changing to R1205 did not fix the problem....

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    Quote Originally Posted by Stsaerox View Post
    You mean the GXGlobal.cfg file in apps with settings?

    Just changing to R1205 did not fix the problem....
    Remove all .cfg files in gx app, keep it in your computer and see if it fix the problem.

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    Thanks for the answer. In order not to lose settings I removed one each time. It was GXGlobal.cfg which caused that.

    It is ok now and disk is swapping properly with metal gear solid.

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