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

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    Quote Originally Posted by candylove View Post
    in the past I use wbfs2fat, it change two hard drive to fat32 with 64KB cluster I use Acronis to change the cluster to 32KB cluster. I also had a NTFS drive which work prefect with wii backup but not GC backup so I made a fat32 partition, but it was partition 2, so to change it to partition 1, I had to change both partition to logical and then change the fat32 to primary 1st plus active and then the NTFS to primary so the fat was 1st partition and the NTFS was 2nd partition now all GC backup and wii backup works on all 3 hard drive and I did not have to format any drive. I also like DIOSMIOS 2.1 wad because it works with most usb loaders


    500GB TOSHIBA , 1.5TB SEAGATE, 2TB WD HARD DRIVE
    This worked!!!!! Thank you candylove and everyone for their help

    I originally made the GC partition primary as stated in the guide, but my Wii partition was already primary so my GC partition was labelled 'USB 2' by USB Loader GX, I didn't think this was a problem as I'd followed the guide exactly. I really think candylove's post should be added to the guide!

    A couple of small problems left:

    A - A lot of (original, non-scratched) GC games are failing mid-way when ripping using USB Loader GX, any ideas why?
    B - is there a way to rip saves from my GC memory cards to my SD card/USB drive and use them with Dios Mios?

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    Quote Originally Posted by crimsonnight

    A couple of small problems left:

    A - A lot of (original, non-scratched) GC games are failing mid-way when ripping using USB Loader GX, any ideas why?
    B - is there a way to rip saves from my GC memory cards to my SD card/USB drive and use them with Dios Mios?
    500GB TOSHIBA , 1.5TB SEAGATE, 2TB WD HARD DRIVE
    A) Try using CleanRip 1.0.5, if that doesn't work DM may be the problem, try reinstalling mIOS v10 and see if that helps

    B) Yes, look up GCMM (you MUST have a 3rd party memory card for sav ripping), and on the DIOS MIOS google code page DL the program called "gci2nmm". Simply drag the GCI files GCMM creates into the gci2nmm application and it will do the rest. All you have to do afterwards is put the saves in the correct location on your SD or USB. I suggest using SD as some HDDs have a "sleep" function, if it activates at anytime before or during the save process it will probably corrupt the drive.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SNES_Master View Post

    A) Try using CleanRip 1.0.5, if that doesn't work DM may be the problem, try reinstalling mIOS v10 and see if that helps

    B) Yes, look up GCMM (you MUST have a 3rd party memory card for sav ripping), and on the DIOS MIOS google code page DL the program called "gci2nmm". Simply drag the GCI files GCMM creates into the gci2nmm application and it will do the rest. All you have to do afterwards is put the saves in the correct location on your SD or USB. I suggest using SD as some HDDs have a "sleep" function, if it activates at anytime before or during the save process it will probably corrupt the drive.

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    Thanks a lot, will try it all out tomorrow ^^

    Quote Originally Posted by jax View Post
    Can you Guys/Gals please post your Working HDD's In this thread Dios Mios HDD Compatibility List.......,so others will know what's working/not working.

    I'd Appreciate it.
    Crimsonnight your Ios's are outdated, This won't affect Usb Loading though.
    Will do (*EDIT* my drive's already on the list, although I can confirm it also works with DM 2.2)... just updated them though lol Do you have a link to a newer pack?
    Last edited by crimsonnight; 07-23-2012 at 03:54 PM.

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    The Ios update pack is in the Soft Mod Any wii Guide,Link is at the bottom of my Signature.

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    I'll have to add my drive later tonight or possibly tomorrow. I don't remember all the details for it lol, it does work with DM though.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jax View Post
    The Ios update pack is in the Soft Mod Any wii Guide,Link is at the bottom of my Signature.
    That's exactly what I just used lol, the 3 zips from chapter 2.

    Here's my syscheck before updating: sysCheck #Dl6Kcpmz
    And after installing the 30 wads: sysCheck #qHL6xCa4

    Cheers, cleanrip seems to be doing the job! Is there a way to change the default rip directory it uses though (so that it matches the 'games/gamename[title]' formula usb loader gx seems to favour)? Or even a way to make cleanrip the default game-ripper from within usb loader gx?

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    Quote Originally Posted by crimsonnight View Post
    That's exactly what I just used lol, the 3 zips from chapter 2.

    Here's my syscheck before updating: sysCheck #Dl6Kcpmz
    And after installing the 30 wads: sysCheck #qHL6xCa4

    Cheers, cleanrip seems to be doing the job! Is there a way to change the default rip directory it uses though (so that it matches the 'games/gamename[title]' formula usb loader gx seems to favour)? Or even a way to make cleanrip the default game-ripper from within usb loader gx?
    Compare yours to the one in the spoiler,and you will see.

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    Quote Originally Posted by crimsonnight

    That's exactly what I just used lol, the 3 zips from chapter 2.

    Here's my syscheck before updating: sysCheck #Dl6Kcpmz
    And after installing the 30 wads: sysCheck #qHL6xCa4

    Cheers, cleanrip seems to be doing the job! Is there a way to change the default rip directory it uses though (so that it matches the 'games/gamename[title]' formula usb loader gx seems to favour)? Or even a way to make cleanrip the default game-ripper from within usb loader gx?
    Nope, but when you convert the ISOs with DiscEx just put the folder it generates where your other GC ISOs are and it should work. So long as it looks like this

    USB1:\Games\Gamename[Title]

    And don't for get inside the Gamename[Title] folder you should have game.iso and a "sys" folder with 3 files (don't remember their names at the moment).

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    Quote Originally Posted by crimsonnight View Post
    That's exactly what I just used lol, the 3 zips from chapter 2.

    Here's my syscheck before updating: sysCheck #Dl6Kcpmz
    And after installing the 30 wads: sysCheck #qHL6xCa4

    Cheers, cleanrip seems to be doing the job! Is there a way to change the default rip directory it uses though (so that it matches the 'games/gamename[title]' formula usb loader gx seems to favour)? Or even a way to make cleanrip the default game-ripper from within usb loader gx?

    You are still running pretty old cIOS around 245-251 (you have d2x-v7final) I am running d2x-v8final and some v9 beta that are avail (see below) - I also am running hermesrodries-v6 from 202-224 (version 5.1r when downloaded from Modmii)

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    On top of this - Modmii is absolutely the EASIEST way to find new c /IOS and convert to wad for install...

    Quote Originally Posted by SNES_Master View Post

    And don't for get inside the Gamename[Title] folder you should have game.iso and a "sys" folder with 3 files (don't remember their names at the moment).

    Does USB Loader GX create the sys folder (with the apploaders)? I think it just strictly rips the iso (however you have it set to rip) which I think load fine via that loader.. I could be wrong though but not near NGC to test..
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    Quote Originally Posted by thevoiceover

    Does USB Loader GX create the sys folder (with the apploaders)? I think it just strictly rips the iso (however you have it set to rip) which I think load fine via that loader.. I could be wrong though but not near NGC to test..
    You may be right, I've never had any luck ripping a GC game via USB GX so I can't say. I know if you do it with CleanRip as I have for the 2 or 3 games I actually got to read before my laser died (or whatever caused my GC games to stop reading) you have to convert them with DiscEx and it will create a folder titled as the the game ID and inside it will have game.iso and the "sys" folder with 3 files inside. I assume they are necessary, I mean why else would they be generated and would we be told to copy tue GameID folder and all it's contents to the HDD? Lol...when I get my Wii back this weekend I'll have to test this and see (provided my disc read problem is fixed)

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