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'''GCNrd''' is remote debugger tool for the Gamecube that allows players creating unofficial [[Action Replay]] codes. It is a PC program that interacts with the Gamecube through the use of the Gamecubes broadband adapter. It must be used in conjunction with either a Network Interface card + Cat5 crossover cable or a port on a router or network switch + 2 Cat5 "patch" cables. For information on how to setup and use the GCNrd click [[GCNrd v1.10b Installation and User Guide|this link]].
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'''GCNrd''' is remote debugger tool created by Parasyte for the Gamecube that allows players to create unofficial [[Action Replay]] codes. It is a PC program that interacts with the Gamecube through the use of the Gamecubes broadband adapter. It must be used in conjunction with either a Network Interface card + Cat5 crossover cable or a port on a router or network switch + 2 Cat5 "patch" cables. For information on how to setup and use the GCNrd click [[GCNrd v1.10b Installation and User Guide|this link]].
  
 
==External Links==
 
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*[https://gshi.org/eh/gcn/gcnrd.rar Download GCNrd - GameCube memory searcher and debugger]
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*[https://gshi.org/eh/gcn/gcnrd_gui.rar Download GCNrd GUI - GUI frontend for GCNrd]
 
*[https://www.arcentral.net/FAQs/GCNrdGUI_Tutorial.php GCNrd Brief Tutorial at arcentral]
 
*[https://www.arcentral.net/FAQs/GCNrdGUI_Tutorial.php GCNrd Brief Tutorial at arcentral]
 
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*[https://hitmen.c02.at/files/tools/gc/gcnrd_install.txt GCNRD Install Guide - Hitmen]
 
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Latest revision as of 01:23, 2 August 2014

GCNrd is remote debugger tool created by Parasyte for the Gamecube that allows players to create unofficial Action Replay codes. It is a PC program that interacts with the Gamecube through the use of the Gamecubes broadband adapter. It must be used in conjunction with either a Network Interface card + Cat5 crossover cable or a port on a router or network switch + 2 Cat5 "patch" cables. For information on how to setup and use the GCNrd click this link.

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