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I don't think so. The Gamecube disk tray is specialized for Gamecube discs, which are pretty small compared to regular game discs. Also, the Nintendo Gamecube graphics are modeled by ATI. Maybe some hardcore modding to your Gamecube, and it could work, but I have no idea for sure. Im not sure anyone had ever accomplished this, so honestly, you're going to know what you're doing to accomplish this. I know I wouldn't.
Well no because they don't have the skills or the training or the resources to fix a gamecube console because video game consoles require special care to fix them and special kind of training as well like the Nintendo repair place for an example can fix a gamecube and wii too. I don;t recomend having an electrician to fix your v cube then.
you need to buy a special adapter that hooks into the bottom of the gamecube and you also need the disc for it.after that you just need to put a game boy advance game into the special adapter and put the disc in the gamecube and turn it on.that is how you play game boy advance games on a gamecube.
well the only way you can damage a bigscreen playing a game is leaving the game paused for a long time then the image would be faded into the screen so dont leave the gamecube on for 5 hours on pause and youll be ok this goes for all game consoles