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which is best memory card for the wii for homebrew one. Read More
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9m, 1w agoPosted 9 months, 1 week ago
which is best memory card for the wii for homebrew one.
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9m, 1w agoPosted 9 months, 1 week ago
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#1
Pretty much any card should work - just need one big enough depending on what you want to use it for exactly.
#2
you think a 64gb kingston one would be fine?
#3
undertakeaap
you think a 64gb kingston one would be fine?
Yes, it should work fine as I've used a 64gb Kingston card before - you might need to format it to FAT32 (if it isn't already) before you start using it. Assuming you know what you're doing then you shouldn't have any problems.
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bernardsfingers
undertakeaap
you think a 64gb kingston one would be fine?
Yes, it should work fine as I've used a 64gb Kingston card before - you might need to format it to FAT32 (if it isn't already) before you start using it. Assuming you know what you're doing then you shouldn't have any problems.


thanks your help :D
#5
would a usb work or hard drive?
#6
undertakeaap
would a usb work or hard drive?
Not sure if you mean usb memory stick - they should work but I tried using a 32gb stick before which didnt work so can't say for sure. You can use a hard drive - you just put the files on the drive instead of the SD card. Some homebrew apps might not read from the drive tho so you'd need to check compatibility.

Edited By: bernardsfingers on Aug 15, 2016 16:39
#7
bernardsfingers
undertakeaap
would a usb work or hard drive?
Not sure if you mean usb memory stick - they should work but I tried using a 32gb stick before which didnt work so can't say for sure. You can use a hard drive - you just put the files on the drive instead of the SD card. Some homebrew apps might not read from the drive tho so you'd need to check compatibility.


thanks ;)
#8
I've used a 64GB USB Stick just fine before, also used a 2GB SD Card in conjunction with a 250GB HDD.
#9
can you suggest emulators like to load wii and gamecube games that a friend has backed up for u

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