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hello. i have a legally bought gamecube game. can someone give me a method for ripping it into a .gcm file?
Reinhart said:real Gamecube disc, which would be writing the TOC at the outer edge on RSDL media with the linear track working in the opposite direction of a regular optical disc.
hagbard said:Well, that's mostly right, but do you mean are OTP-like pressed (built)? That's only for some special DVD9, for the PS2 for example, on the layer 1 (the secod layer)
dokskeme said:i thought gc discs being written backwrds is perdy common knoledge.
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Originally posted by [email protected] March 2004 - 08:20
Let me put this so everyone can understand why you can't burn GameCube games.
The GameCube CD's are 1.5 GB in size and are like a mini-disc. All CD/DVD readers/writers read and burn CD's from inside going outwards. The GameCube does it the other way around, so only the GameCube can understand them. Even if you burn a mini-CD the GameCube will not read them and there is no such thing as a chip.