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    Default Gcm to iso?

    How can you convert an Gcm into a iso?

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    WTF is gcm?? nvr heard of it

    BTW. google is your friend!

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    GCM is the extension for a GameCube image file, all you have to do is change the .gcm to .iso - manually rename it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by baktiar77 View Post
    WTF is gcm?? nvr heard of it

    BTW. google is your friend!
    Already searched, and by looking at your post it's not helpful in any way.

    Quote Originally Posted by eXtr3m3 View Post
    GCM is the extension for a GameCube image file, all you have to do is change the .gcm to .iso - manually rename it.
    Okay

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