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    Help requested.

    Hello, I've been interested in finding a way to bring Gamecube/Wii games to an emulator for years. I've known about Dolphin, I've seen videos of it working, but could never find any games to run with it. Today I found rawdump, but see it requires very specific drives. First off, what is so special about those specific drives?

    Second, and more importantly, after downloading rawdump 2.1, I tried running it but got an error message immediately and it would not load. Is this because I don't have the right drive? I don't know if it's THAT sensitive. I know my knowledge on this is limited at most, so any help and patience would be appreciated, as I'm sure it's been asked before. Thanks.

    EDIT: Here's a screenshot of the error message.

    Last edited by inthenameofDT; 02-09-2012 at 10:06 AM.

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    Hum do you want to play gc games on your wii? or in your pc?! , I use dios mios lite (dml) to play my gmc bkps in my wii and runs fine, you will find the guide around here somewere!.

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    I don't have any plans to make Gamecube backups to run in my Wii, no.

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    Firstly, this should be in the PC section.

    Secondly, most GC emulators have problems - but Dolphin works - not sure why you are saying it has bad compatibility (that's with wii games, not GC games).

    Thirdly, do you own the original GC games?

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    Quote Originally Posted by isoguy View Post
    Firstly, this should be in the PC section.

    Secondly, most GC emulators have problems - but Dolphin works - not sure why you are saying it has bad compatibility (that's with wii games, not GC games).

    Thirdly, do you own the original GC games?
    I apologize for its wrong placement. The only thing I've even questioned is in regards to rawdump.

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