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Gamecube iso import issue

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Hello everyone

 

I recently tried to import my gamecube isos to launchbox and ended up with a folder full of renamed isos, and only two got imported (one of them, "game,iso", was determined to be "Bionicle The Game", which is definitely not in my collection. The second was a disc 2).

See the attached picture for renamed isosCapture.thumb.PNG.90189749a6306d5a9f181594e63f1134.PNG

 

My isos are organized like you would for a wii, and worked perfectly fine with dolphin (It was able to find the game titles and the little logo snapshot things). See picture

Screenshot_2020-09-17_19-19-09.thumb.png.070e0c391cd150587e7661a7c8763edc.pngInside each folder is the iso, titled "game.iso"

 

When I imported the isos to launchbox, I selected dolphin, all the normal kinda stuff, and I told launchbox to move the isos. I'd really like to be able to add my wii and gamecube games, but I don't want to have to copy off my wii sd card again. Did I miss something here? I pretty much followed the guides I've seen for adding roms.

 

 

 

Edit: I have some isos re-added to my PC so here's what it looks like during/after import of one game:

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Edited by crackpotfox
screenshots of after import

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Looks like you may have forgot to check the box for "Use Folder Name instead of Rom name..." during the import? It is not checked by default when you are adding by folder versus file. Forgetting to check that and leaving the box checked for "Also copy/move all files with same name..." would cause what happened.

Edit:

I went ahead and made a test folder for GameCube. Added two folders named after games and in each folder a file called game.iso. Imported the folder and left the check box I mentioned unchecked and look what happened when it moved the game files. Exactly what happened to you.

 

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