Question - How do I backup my GameCube saves?

Answered by: Marie Carter  |  Category: General  |  Last Updated: 27-06-2022  |  Views: 803  |  Total Questions: 10

Load the Homebrew Channel again. Select the "GameCube Saver" application, then select "Load. " Insert a GameCube memory card into "Slot 1" on the top of the Wii. Press "A" to copy the file to "Slot A. " Wait for the transfer to complete, and then the Wii will automatically restart. Quick Installation: Get the loader. dol, rename it to boot. Copy your GameCube games to the /games/ directory. Subdirectories are optional for 1-disc games in ISO/GCM and CISO format. Connect your storage device to your Wii or Wii U and start The Homebrew Channel. Select Nintendont. Press A on the game you want to use NMM on. GCMM is a project started by dsbomb and justb, which is based on Askot's modification to add SD support to the mcbackup libogc example. Suloku has updated the code to newest libraries to port it to the Wii system, and what I find more important: restoring savegames now works properly.

https://www.nintendo.co.uk/Support/Nintendo-GameCube/FAQ/How-can-I-format-the-Memory-Card-59-/How-ca

Formatting: In the main menu, select the Memory Card menu when no Memory Card is inserted. Insert the Memory Card to be formatted into one of the two Slots. You will now be asked if you wish to format the Memory Card. Go to 'Yes' with the Control Stick and confirm with the A button.

https://www.reddit.com/r/WiiHacks/comments/45rku3/how_to_run_custom_saves_with_nintendont/

Here's what you do: Create any emulated memory cards you want to put a save on by running the game as usual on Nintendont. Put your SD card in your PC. Download a save in. Open Dolphin Emulator and open the Memory Card Manager under the Tools menu. Open the virtual memory card for the game you want a save for.

https://www.gc-forever.com/wiki/index.php?title=Swiss

Swiss aims to be a all-in-one homebrew utility for the Nintendo GameCube. It uses libOGC and is compiled with devkitPPC (part of devkitPro). Swiss can boot Gamecube software from several devices, like from the SDGecko, WODE, Wiikey Fusion and more.

https://en-americas-support.nintendo.com/app/answers/detail/a_id/3042/~/how-to-use-nintendo-gamecube

To use a Nintendo GameCube Memory Card, open the slot cover and insert the Memory Card, with the label of the Memory Card facing towards the top or right side of the Wii console.

https://en-americas-support.nintendo.com/app/answers/detail/a_id/2801/~/how-to-erase-nintendo-gamecu

Complete these steps Select Data Management. Select Save Data and then Nintendo GameCube. Select the Memory Card slot to be displayed (Slot A or Slot B). Select the file you wish to erase and select Delete.

https://en-americas-support.nintendo.com/app/answers/detail/a_id/2804/~/how-to-view-nintendo-gamecub

Insert the Nintendo GameCube Memory Card you wish to view into one of the Nintendo GameCube Memory Card slots of the Wii. Select the Wii button in the bottom-left corner of the screen by pressing the A Button. Select Data Management. Select Save Data and then Nintendo GameCube.

https://www.wikihow.com/Install-Homebrew-on-Wii-Menu-4.3

Part 3 Installing The Homebrew Channel Place the SD card back in your Wii. Turn on the Wii, then press A. Select the Wii Message Board icon and press A. Look for a red envelope. Select the red envelope and press A. Press 1 when prompted. Select Continue and press A. Select Install The Homebrew Channel and press A.

https://www.nintendo.co.uk/Support/Wii/Usage/Wii-Menus/Data-Management/Data-Management-242887.html

Erasing Nintendo GameCube Memory Card Data Select the Nintendo GameCube tab at the top of the screen. Select the Memory Card slot to be displayed (Slot A or Slot B). Select the file you wish to erase and select "Erase".

https://gamefaqs.gamespot.com/gamecube/914973-pokemon-colosseum/answers/55229-how-do-i-save

At the "computers" in the Pokecentres, there is an option to Save. [The "computers" being the same place you get Pokemon from boxes. ]

https://www.nintendo.co.uk/Support/Parents/Hardware/Wii/Can-I-save-data-from-my-Nintendo-GameCube-ga

Yes. To save Nintendo GameCube games, you must have a Nintendo GameCube Memory Card inserted into one of the Nintendo GameCube Memory Card slots of your Wii. Please note that you cannot save GameCube game data to your Wii's internal flash memory or to an SD card.