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A message saying "An error has occurred" appears when I try to load a ROM from an SD Card. Has anyone else encountered this problem?--FearMe 17:18, 7 June 2008 (CEST)

Not had any problems like that? Have you got the roms loaded in the right folder on the SD card? You need N64ROMS and N64SAVES in the root directory. JD 18:42, 7 June 2008 (CEST)

Yes.--FearMe 18:51, 7 June 2008 (CEST)

Here's an image of the error: [removed] --FearMe 19:22, 7 June 2008 (CEST)

My mistake... As it turns out, it was the format of the ROM that caused the problem... Sorry... --FearMe 18:05, 15 June 2008 (CEST)

I have the Same problem "an error has occured". i put the rom into the folder N64ROMS, and also i've created an empty folder N64SAVES. the ending of the rom-files are .v64. on my pc i can start the roms (with project64), but not with wii64 --Seeyou 01:15, 6 July 2008 (CEST)

How is it going?

How is the work going? There hasn't been any new versions of Wii64 for a while, is the project still active? (16 jan 2009) Mekuso

This emulator is not running that well right now. Everything is like half speed.

This emulator is not running that well right now. Everything is like half speed.

It's called BETA. It's not finished. Pertmywert 13:17, 6 July 2008 (CEST)


I heard this emulator was dropped for some reason. Anyone going to pick up after it i hope?

What? That's not true, I'm very close to having a working dynarec Tehpola
You should checkout the mupen64gc repository for the latest 'n greatest, keep in mind that there has not been a commit since the 5th of July though? Rhys
Ok awesome, great to hear from the developer. Sorry about bringing a little rumor up. Keep up the good work and good luck!

new version???

When is going out a new version with betterspeed and graphics???

When its ready Tehpola

An error has occurred?

I tryed to load a rom and it said An error has occurred Is there something wrong with my SD card or my files or my roms? Someone plz help me.

loading ROMs from a DVD?

Does anyone have any insight on how to do this? The article says the ROMs can be anywhere on the DVD. I've tried both +R and -R and neither are working... Please Help!

This is only for GC the Wii version don't support this option but may be for the next realise - Yod4z GMT+1 12:03

Help with loading ROMS in the first place

ive loaded roms that are listed on your compatibility list. They are not working, the screen stays black and only show the FPS meter on the top left corner. anyone able to help?


Any updates to the project? Yaanu 23:33, 20 September 2008 (UTC)

Actually yes, but the only official build so far is the r200 for GC and the r300 for Wii.--DanielHueho 20:53, 13 October 2008 (UTC)

===>> are you all work to fix graphic and speed bug´s? or are you three quit with the emulator FBI-Hunter 12:01, 16 January 2009 (UTC)

Why re-invent the wheel?

Since the Wii is already fully-backwards compatible, why not just use the Wii's built-in N64 emulator? Right now, Wii64 can't even play any games because the frame rate is so low. Wouldn't it be FAR FAR easier to just use the emulator that's already there? VC downloads are just ROM files anyway, so why not go this route? --Sigma 03:47, 2 December 2008 (UTC)

VC downloads are NOT just the rom file, each VC game as its own specific 'emulator' for that rom. Taking out the emulator can't be done. --Bg4545 04:19, 2 December 2008 (UTC)
Not true, Bg4545. The emulator included in a virtual console download can be used with different roms. But that is not an appropriate topic for Flark 12:32, 2 December 2008 (UTC)
Well yeah, I know that but each 'emulator' is 'optimized' for one rom. That's why injections don't work perfectly --Bg4545 22:50, 2 December 2008 (UTC)

Cant Do Anything

For some reason i cant select or move through the menu i tried with the wiimote the gamecube controller and a keyboard but i just cant get it to work. ive been looking for a solution online but i cant find anything

open the emulator then disconnect your controller (GC CONTROLLER) and connect it again

Source doesn't compile

When I try to make the binary, it says that I haven't got the powerpc-gekko files, but I have them. Why happen this? Duhow

You probably don't have the devKitPPC bin folder in your PATH and thus why it can't find the tools. You can add by adding 'export PATH+=":path_to_devkitppc/bin"' to your environment under linux. If you are in windows i think you have to go to your control panel to access environment variables ... i'm not sure. --Rhys 08:59, 27 January 2009 (UTC)
Access environment variables? No idea. I have the powerpc-gekko files inside the folder and it doesn't run. I have cygwin, devkitpro and libogc of vba-wii in Windows, because I don't have linux. Then, what more do I need? Duhow

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