Dolphin should create a memory card file for you if one doesn't exist. Make sure you have the proper permissions on your Dolphin folder (right click Dolphin, run as admin) and see that it isn't in some place like Program Files. You might also want to delete the current memory card file (look in Dolphin's GC. Sep 22, The Dolphin Emulator is a program which allows you to play your favorite Gamecube and Wii games directly on your computer without any discs and cartridges. Since your computer does not have a Gamecube or Wii memory port for a memory card, you must set up an internal memory card on your. Dec 4, Hey Forums! So I'm relatively new here, excuse me if I do anything stupid or say anything stupid. just got a quick question. So, I downloaded the dolphin emulator for the Gamecube (for windows 7, 64 bit, v) and I also downloaded Super Mario Sunshine. I have a memory card, it's with the game or.
There are two ways to "save" in Dolphin. You can either save in-game, which writes the data to a virtual memory card file and works basically just like it does on the console itself. You can also do a "save state" which is basically like hibernation mode on a laptop. It saves everything in the Gamecube's. Apr 2, Can someone tell me in a slow way how I can please, oh please find and permanently choose the right Memory Card location, Dolphin keeps wanting to go I keep telling them no and then have to browse to the ones (in my emulator folder). make a new txt file in dolphin folder (sam folder as ). Apr 2, Almost every day someone asks how to convert ,.gcs, save files into RAW memory card files. If someone asks you how to do that, then please link them to this thread. Here is a detailed tutorial about how to convert. gci,.gcs, saves memcards: 1: Install Dolphin emulator.
Nov 23, Here's a new version of Dolphin Memory card maker (GCI>) which should actually work. Been working From there, just overwrite (or make a new one, doesn't matter, though you'll eventually have to overwrite) your old or file, and run the game. Currently it.