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Burning GC games on a Dvd

Discussion in 'Nintendo Wii / Wii U' started by SporkNin, Feb 12, 2007.

  1. SporkNin

    SporkNin Regular member

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    Is it possible on a modded wii to run a gc game on a burnt DVD+R? or do you need a dvd mini only?
     
  2. Kafluke

    Kafluke Active member

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    full dvd's work just fine. I have both from my modded gc and they both work on my wiinja modded wii, full and mini.
     
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  3. MikeDX

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    I tried burning a gcm file to a dvd last night with no evail, gave me some crap about unable to read the disc.

    do you have to expand the gcm/iso to 4.7gig or anything for the files to work? I was trying a small dump of animal crossing.

    I know the chip works as I successfully backed up and played my zelda.
     
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    No, I use imgburn to burn them and play all sorts of gc games on my wiinja modded wii. I use Ridata DVD's though. You might try different media. Rename the gcm file to iso
     
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    hmm I'll try again later on different media then.

    thanks

    Mike
     
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    interesting..

    I tried it last night again. Would not boot from the disc but worked fine when booted from gcos

    ah well, that will do for me!
     

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