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    Quote Originally Posted by blaisedinsd View Post
    I can't seem to get Resident Evil 0 to rip, I get an error. The disc looks fine to my eye and has played perfectly for as much as I have played of the game, but it's kind of hard to tell on these mini gamecube discs. Cleaning has not helped. I have a SkipDrx for Wii that has recovered several games for me but I don't think there is a way to get it to work on GC disc.

    I don't have much experience with these discs, any suggestions on how to repair it? I was thinking of rubbing toothpaste on it.
    I sprayed some PLEDGE dust polish on this bad boy and was able to rip it with clean rip with out issue....Yeah me!

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    Quote Originally Posted by blaisedinsd

    I sprayed some PLEDGE dust polish on this bad boy and was able to rip it with clean rip with out issue....Yeah me!
    Pledge? Really? Lol, that's an odd solution but at least it worked

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    Quote Originally Posted by SNES_Master View Post
    Pledge? Really? Lol, that's an odd solution but at least it worked
    You think pledge is odd? I tried toothpaste, bananas, peanutbutter, soda, baking soda, magic eraser, brasso, and car polish.....nothing would get my Smash Bros Brawl to work and I think it's basically destroyed now. I also have Skip Drx.

    But yeah cleaning wasn't getting the job done on this game and the pledge worked. I have been able to get most of my scratched games to work eventually except for Smash. I even got some really scratched up PS2 games to work with some of these methods, I ripped them in HD loader and intially it reported 100's of errors but after some work I got them down to zero errors.

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    all my games are named game the ones that work are called this along with the ones that dont show up.

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    Look at the link in my signature that says "how to run and post a syscheck". Click that and follow the directions, it will show you how to tell us what's installed on your system...a detailed list of what's installed.

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    There's one thing that gets me on this guide every time. After the part where you use Cleanrip to rip your game, what do you do after that?
    (I'm in the process of ripping a few games, ones that were shrunken. I can figure this out after)

    I can confirm that scratched discs, even slightly scratched discs won't get verified. Shrunken games also won't be verified.
    That's a let down part of Devolution. There's no hope left when your games are scratched, that's when you're forced to turn to Dios Mios. Thank goodness Star Fox Adventures verified on Devolution (A game with audio problems)



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    After clean ripping them you'll need to click the spoiler for the USB Loader you want to use and read the directions in there. Each spoiler will tell you where to put the games and how to name them for the loader you're trying to use

    I agree about the restrictions of Devo needing discs to verify to a degree. Speaking as someone who had a dead/dying disc drive I was quite disappointed that Devo was a no go for me aside from a couple games I was lucky enough to verify all of which used audio streaming (DBZ Sagas, Naruto Clash of Ninja etc etc). IMO Devo is the superior GC loader for a few key reasons, mainly the audio streaming. So at that time I was forced to used Dios Mios. Now that my drive has been replaced and I've had a lot of time with Devo I never want to go back. Any game I had that worked glitchy on DM (which was about 5 of them) works 100% flawless on Devo.

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    I agree, Devo is definitely the best Gamecube loader, it's compatibility is all green, unlike DM.

    I wonder if I'm using Devo 2.00. I downloaded the latest one, from the original devs forum post.
    I think I'm gonna start using the emulated memory card, just in case I move to the WiiU in the future. I like having my saves digital.
    Is there any way to transport my GameCube memory card saves, into the emulated memory card?



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    Yup, just look at Part 4 of the guide. I've detailed the process

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    Um... I've never tested it myself since I'm uber OCD about my discs, but I'm pretty sure verification itself can work with pretty scratched up discs, it's only the ripping that requires the disc to be reasonably clean. Case in point, someone elsewhere on the internets wasn't able to get past 80% or so with their disc, but they were still able to use their same scratched-up disc for verifying a 100% clean ISO rip that came from someone else's game disc.
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