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#13380 - 06/12/04 01:58 AM Re: Gamecube Cracked!
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Originally posted by saab_rider:
Hello everyone, This is my first post I was browsing the net and I came across a post on a forum which claimed that you can backup GC games if you had nero 6, and a miniDVD-R (and a DVD burner ofcourse). This guy said that if you burn a GC image on a miniDVD, you won't need any mod chip and you can directly play the burnt miniDVD on the GC console with no mods at all. I downloaded a GC image off the net, and when I opened it, it turned out to be a .gcm format. Is there anyway for me to burn this image and play it on my console without using any mods or a PC network?

thanks!
You can simply rename the extension to *.ISO and Nero will burn it fine, however the Game cube cannot read a burnt DVD, or any other kind or writable media.

There is no way to play burnt game cube games, period.

The game cube uses its own hybrid DVD format, and as of this post there is no way of duplicating it. You can play game backups via the PSO exploit and a broadband adapter, but thatís it.


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#13381 - 06/12/04 02:08 AM Re: Gamecube Cracked!
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o...thanks really, im quite sure that was how it was but you know probaly better than me chem. :rolleyes:


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#13382 - 09/06/04 07:38 AM Re: Gamecube Cracked!
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something useful came out of a gamecube...i dont believe it...


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#13383 - 11/16/04 01:38 AM Re: Gamecube Cracked!
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You guys are rather behind the times.

For an easier time exploiting the PSO/BBA hack uploading ISOs to your GCN, look for the Pheonix Tools. It's been a few months since I've played Mario Kart: Double Dash using the method (before you accuse me of not supporting Nintendo, I'm a proud Nintendo fan-boy owning 46 GameCube titles, 4 Platinum WaveBirds, the GCN BBA, GameBoy Player, and some third-party accessories).

Anyways, I was just googling looking for a better GCN ISO Ripper, since I would find an easier time ripping GCN games myself, rather than using BitTorrent. The Pheonix Tools' ripper is the only thing in the set of tools they provide that doesn't work properly.

WarpPipe Group is a bunch of guys working on their software that tricks Mario Kart: Double Dash, 1080 Avalanche, and Kirby: Air Dash (I think is the name) into thinking that the PC is another GameCube. With various ways of creating the set-up, via two NICs in one PC, or using a Router, etc., online play has been extended beyond just Phantasy Star Online. And so with a regular BroadBand internet connection you can play with others around the world for the first time on GameCube. Too bad Nintendo didn't release a program like this.

Now for people interested in Emulation, the Dolphin GCN Emulater is coming along RATHER nicely. And Homebrew is...well it's not an exciting time for that just yet, at least not for end-users.

The GameCube Broadband Adaptor is only a 10MBPS unit, and the port from the adaptor into the GameCube is about as limiting. It is unlikely that load times via the PSO/BBA set-up will ever be able to surpass the GCN's own Optical Drive.

And it is true that the GCN Discs are propietary. ISOs can not be burned to run on GameCubes. HOWEVER...if you want to spring the $400-$600 for the Panasonic version of the GameCube (named the Panasonic Q, you can buy it from lik-sang.com) then you can burn GameCube ISOs on regular size industry standard DVD discs, and play it on a completely unmodified Panasonic Q. It has been tested and confirmed to work.

Panasonic Q is a Japanese system and can only be bought via import. However, lik-sang.com offers a pretty English Face-Plate for the Q's bundled Remote Control. The Q is designed to be a home entertainment center, capable of playing DVD's, Audio CD's, and of course regular GCN games. It has a language select available in the Q so you can choose between various languages for your GCN BIOS load-screen (the pretty rounded cube).

Before you get excited and think of the Q as something that must have just been released, it's actually been around since about the time the GameCube itself was released. So like I said, you guys are really behind the times, aren't you?

Cya.

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#13384 - 11/16/04 03:54 AM Re: Gamecube Cracked!
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No shit sherlock; the first post on this thread was on October 12, 2003; something tells me that something has to of happened in a full year...


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#13385 - 11/16/04 04:59 AM Re: Gamecube Cracked!
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You mean the dates on top of a reply mean something??


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#13386 - 11/17/04 05:32 AM Re: Gamecube Cracked!
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Evidently not lol


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#13387 - 11/28/04 09:37 AM Re: Gamecube Cracked!
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I found the thread via Google. I was looking at the last post by Chem since it seemed that only his posts mattered in this thread. I was updating with the information I had and that this thread lacked. I didn't recall seeing multiple threads based on this same topic so I figured posting to this thread might give some appreciated information.

I apologise for my assumption that just because this thread wasn't posted to regularly didn't mean it was an unpopular subject for the users here, hence why I believed that the lack of more frequent posts indicated a lack of knowledge of 'current times'.

I meant no disrespect, though something did happen in a full year...the other 27 posts between the first post and my own. I hope that you were just having a bad day and didn't mean to lash out, dude. And if you were having a bad day, I'm sympathetic and I hope it turned out okay.

But don't worry, the next time I feel like contributing anything, I'll take it elsewhere.

Cya.

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#13388 - 11/28/04 12:04 PM Re: Gamecube Cracked!
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You're more than welcome to contribute, but saying that a post lacks content that's over a year old and not really providing anything of use doesn't really have any point.


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