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Thread: Installing .GCM , .ISO , using WBFS Mac? DOESN'T WORK ....?

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    Installing .GCM , .ISO , using WBFS Mac? DOESN'T WORK ....?

    hey guys

    Im trying to get some gamecube iso's to my hard drive Using WBFS MAC OSX
    each time i click them they don't install.....

    I tryed renaming .gcm to .iso and still doesn't work too...

    is it possible or impossible to install gamecubes iso on hdd...!?
    if possible what im am doing wrong
    thanks!

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    Well first off you CAN NOT load Gamecube games from a HDD, they MUST be burned

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    Oh i see.... ,
    I didn't think of that....


    PS: how does a pal game forced in NTSC look? on a ntsc tv is it playable?
    Thanks!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by hayabusa_fmw View Post
    Oh i see.... ,
    I didn't think of that....


    PS: how does a pal game forced in NTSC look? on a ntsc tv is it playable?
    Thanks!!
    It looks and runs just as if it was originally an NTSC game. Please if i've helped, help me out by clicking the thanks button!

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    I correct myself, you could technically play Gamecube ISO's from your computer, but you would need hardware [such as WODE or FlatMii] connected to your computer and to the Wii in order for disc emulation to be done.

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    thanks!!! ,

    By the way is there any hacks for the gamecube memory card??
    because i need one , my bro took it from me so i need to go get it but i dont have time is there any way i can save on SD or something?

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    I think there is a way to get the Gamecube saves out of the Card after the fact. But there is no way you can save directly to the SD for Gamecube saves. When the Wii detects a Gamecube game and starts it, it goes into a "Gamecube" mode and turns off the SD, USB, WiFi and Bluetooth options in the Wii. There are some cool hacks such as the USB Gecko which is a gamecube card with a USB port on it. I dunno what you could use this for as i never messed with one.

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    oh i see...
    ill search on my own , if you find anything for the saves
    please let me know

    even if it's on a usb stick or something i have one...

    it's just i don'T want to drive to go get it if i can do it otherwise :P

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    If i come across something i certainly will buddy, good luck searching out there

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