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    Full Memory Card Backup Method

    If you are trying to back up your save for Gen 3 Gamecube games there are a few things you will need. The main device I will be using in this tutorial is a hacked Wii with homebrew installed. Note: with this method you will be able to make an exact clone of your gamecube memory card which is extremely useful for emulators, and makes transferring to a new memory card a breeze.

    1. Open the homebrew channel on your Wii and launch GCMM.
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    2. Click "A" to use your SD card as the destination for the save backup.
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    3. Click "B" and "-" at the same time to enter "Raw Backup Mode". To restore your memory card file after editing it you will need to press "B" and "+" at the same time.
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    4. Choose what memory card you would like to backup and click the corresponding button. In my case, my memory card is in Slot A so I will click "A".
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    5. Wait for your memory card to be backed up to your SD card. Then click "A".
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    6. Eject your SD card from your Wii and insert it into your computer. Then navigate to "MCBACKUP". Inside this folder will be your memory card file.

    7. MAKE A BACKUP OF THIS FILE BEFORE USING OR EDITING IT WITH ANY SAVE EDITORS.
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    Edited by NinFanBoyFTW

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