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    Can anyone tell me the differences between dios mios and dios mios lite?

    My gamecube controller will be delivered in a few days and I am thinking to install a gamecube usb loader. I also have two gamecube games and I have heard that after installing DIOS MIOs we cant use retail discs. So I need to know DIOS MIOS vs. DML.

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    Dios Mios = USB Loading

    Dios Mios Lite = SD Loading

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    What SNES says is basically it. Both are installed similarly, both require the same preparation of the game data (stored on either SD or USB), and both require the latest loaders to work (updated loaders can be found in my signature, in addition to a guide to install and use Dios Mios. If you choose to use DML instead, then just install that wad instead of DM and put the data on SD instead of USB.

    Note, USB requires FAT32 formatted hard drive with 32k clusters. SD doesn't have that requirement, and at one time they recommended 64k clusters to assist in read speeds of the .iso file.

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    Ok, Thanks for your help.

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