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Hacking Gamecube

Discussion in 'Nintendo Gamecube - General discussion' started by elbatman, May 31, 2007.

  1. elbatman

    elbatman Member

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    I wanted to know what's the cheapest and safest way to mod my gamecube!
    Can I softmod use a flip top or swap disc?
     
  2. HG27

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    If you mean swapdisc like ps2's swapmagic, there currently is not a swapdisc for the gamecube or any other console besides the ps2.
    I would say that the cheapest way would be to install a chip. As they are not that expensive right now, and installation is usually under 10 wires.
     
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    Thanks for the information and reply. Are chip that don't require soldering?
     
  4. HG27

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    sorry, no solderless chip as of today
    The easiest would be the xenogc chip. It only requires 6 points to be soldered and is wireless. Meaning that it is soldered directly onto the board.
     
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    cant u dob what the gc back up guid says to do? Run the games from a pc/. With a broad band adapter and pso?
     
  6. HG27

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    You could do that but then he would have to go hunting for all those things, and that will cost you more money that a chip would. Although it is probably safer, if you don't have much soldering experience. What I do is just practice on an old pc motherboard.
     
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    I don't have any soldering experience. I think i am going have to practice on a old pc then. I read on a forum here that you could use an action replay for the gamecube but, the action replay is impossible to find. I guess i will just solder. Thanks for the info.
     
  8. HG27

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    no problem
     

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