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The Way to Perform Wii Games on Dolphin Emulator

When you have a powerful enough computer, then you can perform Wii roms and Gamecube games using Dolphin Emulator. This is a great way to play games if you don't have the Wii together with you, create the games look even better than they do on a Wii, as well as play games in 1080p! (up to 1440p)

Steps

Assess if your computer is powerful enough to operate Dolphin Emulator. Dolphin runs best on a 3 GHz or higher dual core processor, and with a graphics card which supports the latest version of DirectX or OpenGL. Graphics cards manufactured by ATI or NVIDIA are recommended. Integrated graphics cards (like the Intel HD series) are not recommended. If you've got a strong CPU however an integrated graphics card, then you still may have the ability to achieve decent speeds by tweaking the settings (see below). A 64 bit CPU with a 64 bit operating system is also recommended, because they can address more memory and execute faster calculations. If you can, use Windows, because Dolphin's DirectX is faster than OpenGL. 

  • Install Homebrew on your Wii using this guide at site. 
  • Locate an SD card or USB drive that has sufficient space for a Wii or Gamecube disk on it. Wii discs are 4.7 GB, dual layer Wii disks (like Super Smash Bros.. Brawl) are 7.9 GB, and Gamecube disks are 1.4 GB. Your device needs to be formatted with FAT32 or NTFS.
  • Download CleanRip out You will need it to make a copy of your own Wii or Gamecube disk that you can play Dolphin. 
  • Put your SD card or USB drive to the Wii. Then launch the Homebrew Channel. You should see CleanRip come up as one of the choices.
  • Select it and choose
  • After you get beyond the disclaimer, it will ask you whether you want to split the game disc into a USB drive or SD card. Pick whichever device you plan to use to split your game disc to. Press A to continue. 
  • When it asks you to get the Redump.org DAT files, then select No. It is possible to download them if you want, but they're not needed and they'll only work if you have an online connection. 
  •  If it is not yet added, place it . When you put the disc in, press A to continue. 
  • Select the chunk size that you want. When you ditch the game disc, it is going to split the disk into some smaller balls. Choose either 1 GB, 2 GB, 3 GB, or complete. Please be aware that you can only select full in case your SD card or USB drive is formatted with NTFS, because FAT32 has a file size limit of 4 GB. Also select if your disc is single layer or double layer, and if you wish to go prompted for a new device every time a chunk completes. The only known double layer Wii disk is Super Smash Bros.. Brawl.
  • Wait for the game to finish ripping. When it has, press B to exit CleanRip and Return to your Homebrew Channel. Take your SD card or USB drive. 
  • Place your SD card or USB drive in your PC. Now it is time to put all your chunks with each other to form a full game disk which may be read by Dolphin. If you dumped the complete disk, then you can skip this step. Copy all the chunks to your hard disk. Then begin either the Command Prompt (in case you're using Windows) or the Terminal (if you're using Mac or Linux). Use CD for to whatever directory you've copied to. Then follow this command to combine all of the chunks: Windows: copy /b .part*.iso .iso Mac or Linux: cat .part*.iso > .iso
  • Download Dolphin emulator. It can be seen at website.
  • Click refresh and your ISO should appear. Now you're almost ready to play the game you ripped. All that is left is to install the Wii Remote. 
  • Click Wiimote on top bar of the display. From here, you may set your Wii Remote. If you want to control Wii games along with your computer keyboard, select Emulated Wiimote and click configure to select which keys correspond to the buttons on the Wii Remote. If you would like to use a Wii Remote to command Dolphin, select Real Wiimote. After it is connected, choose Pair Up. When it's paired, click Refresh. The LED in your own Wii Remote should show whichever player you're. 

 Now you may play with it! Try it out. If your computer is not as good, you can try adjusting the settings to disable a few of the CPU or GPU intense capabilities.

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