The Lakka installer is designed to work via USB and unfortunately isn't compatible with CDs.
ROMs must be placed in the
roms folder but can be sorted into folders for individual consoles/emulators. For example:
Lakka can be downloaded to an external hard drive. When setting up the boot loader, be sure to check the box for Live Mode.
GameCube ROMs can be emulated on Lakka by downloading the Dolphin core.
These are the default cores packaged by Lakka on Github. Some of these cores have been removed from certain hardware packages. These are the cores you can expect by default for most PC builds.
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