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How do you backup Gamecube Games??

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If you can remember the link, could you post it, I'm searching and searching and I can;t find anything. Thanks again for your replies!

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wow, this is excellent

 

I SENSE AN EXCELLENT OPPORTUNITY TO STICKY A TOPIC

 

really, i dont think there is any other forum with so much GC backing up info on it now

 

nice link man

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you are right and now it is PINNED -_-

Edited by Prican25

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You can make copies of gamecube games. You first do the extraction of the stuff, and make an ISO out of it, then you buy some mini-dvds (1.5 gigs, 8cm discs) from like www.allmediaoutlet.com and burn them, ive done this and it works. ive made so many copies from blockbuster and gamefly.com, i probably have all the games there are for GC.

 

 

I also found a piece of software called GC Ripper. GC ripper extracts the game directly to ISO.

Edited by Arix

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yes but you can't play the disc's on gc yet so you're better off making use of a 4.7gb dvdr and fill it with as many iso's it can fit and play from your pc.

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i play them in my GC. Nothing has stopped me. I just copy, pop it in, and i play. Its like the dreamcast.

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your full of doo-doo.

 

dont spread useless rumors like this.

 

****YOU CANNOT PLAY BURNED ANYTHING FROM THE GAMECUBE DVDROM (yet)***

 

starcube did release a new loader tho

Edited by sp1200

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and besides, you cant copy, pop in, and play with DC either

 

the mini DVD support should eventually be supported, but not anytime soon

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and besides, you cant copy, pop in, and play with DC either

 

the mini DVD support should eventually be supported, but not anytime soon

Wait, what if you have the Panasonic Q? That plays almost EVERYTHING you throw at it. I bet it won't have a prob. with Full size DVDs.

 

Also, isn't the only prob with backup discs on the Cube is that they don't spin the same direction as the official discs? Can't you make it so the laser reads the opposite direction and the motor runs the usual way? I dunno. Just inquiring.

 

Anon.

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