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    Gamecube savegame on wii's internal memory?

    Hey, is there any way for me to store the gamecube savegames on the wii's internal memory?

    Or is this impossible?

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    Through Dios Mios, some games can use NMM (No More Memory), which I think will create virtual memory storage on an SD card for GameCube saves. I've never tried it, as not all games that will otherwise work with DM will work with NMM enabled. I still use my memory cards.

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    Devolution supports emulated GameCube memory cards. I use it and have had no issues. I hear it has better compatibility than nmm. Snes masters guide has instructions for this, it allows you to dump saves from your memory card as well

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    Link please

    Couldn't find it in the homebrew browser.

    Edit: The feature that allows dvd to be played wont install. I get the same errors on both the stock and the 3.4 version..
    Error -2011 installong DVD stub ticket
    Error -2011 installing stub
    Last edited by Silithas; 06-21-2013 at 09:22 AM.

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    You can find everything you need for Devolution in the guide linked in my signature

    Also, "DVDx" is no longer needed. Don't bother with that. Just keep your Wii Softmod current.

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    Ok. so before i start reading the big part i have 2 small questions
    I read the first part that it can read gamecube iso's, does that work to import it to my WBFS formatted hdd?
    And can it save gamecube games on the sdcard?


    and one final question, my sdcard i want to use with wii is fully formatted for eii and therefore undetectable on my pc, how can i format it to fat32 if my pc can't even read it??

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    Quote Originally Posted by Silithas
    Ok. so before i start reading the big part i have 2 small questions
    I read the first part that it can read gamecube iso's, does that work to import it to my WBFS formatted hdd?
    And can it save gamecube games on the sdcard?

    and one final question, my sdcard i want to use with wii is fully formatted for eii and therefore undetectable on my pc, how can i format it to fat32 if my pc can't even read it??
    You should export your Wii games from the WBFS drive then format it as FAT32 w32kb clusters. There is absolutely no way to use GameCube game off a WBFS drive.

    You can enable MemCard Emulation and save your game saves on to the USB device, full details on this are in the guide.

    I don't get this 3rd question, Wii doesn't use any special format for the SD card...could your PCs SD reader be damaged? I suggest trying another SD reader if you have one.

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    SD cards should always be FAT32 formatted. HBC won't use any other format to read apps, so I don't know what you've done.

    To USB load GameCube games, it must be:
    • FAT32 formatted
    • 32k clusters
    • First partition
    • Active
    • Primary


    This is true for Dios Mios or Devolution.

    We recommend EaseUs for formatting hard drives: http://www.partition-tool.com/download.htm

    and the following tool for SD cards:

    Format the SD card using this tool as full erase (not quick): http://www.mediafire.com/download.php?66o4q63sa54ad86
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    Password is:
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    See the FAT32 guides and the Dios Mios guides (both linked in my signature) for more information.

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    Seems like it's no use 3ith the 16gb... my pc totally freezes when i connect it.

    So ill just then buy a new 32gb memory stick for the wii and one for the 3ds.

    But do you know the read/write speed of the wii? so that i just don't buy a class 10 and the wii wont use more than the half of the speed of it :P (same with my 3ds)

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    I don't know if there is a speed limit due to hardware, but I can tell you that I could tell a speed difference when I used a class 10 vs. when I used a class 4.

    I'd say it's worth the cost, especially when you can still get a 32gig class 10 for about $25.

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