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    Unhappy Problem with sd card slot

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    I have got brand new Wii with 4.2E and someday i was writing NAND on sd card ((full hacking guide for 4.2, back up your NAND) ).
    When i finished and put this card again to wii and he didn't see it.
    I've forgotten: sd card was runing before
    I've noticed that sd adapter to this card was broken in the same moment.
    I've tried with another, good adapters, and nothing - wii don't see it, pc yes - the same card.
    Does anybody know what's going on?
    Please help!
    Last edited by webmaster21; 12-29-2009 at 07:34 AM.

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    Unhappy Problem with sd card slot

    I have got brand new Wii with 4.2E and someday i was writing on sd card. When i finished and put this card again to wii and it didn't see it.
    I've noticed that sd adapter to this card was broken in the same moment.
    I've tried with another, good adapters, and nothing - wii don't see it, pc yes - the same card.
    Does anybody know what's going on?
    Please help!

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    Try to format the card with this tool.
    Also you can try another card.
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    Quote Originally Posted by mauifrog View Post
    Try to format the card with this tool.
    Also you can try another card.
    I've tried with another card.
    This link don't work for me. Have another?

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    Quote Originally Posted by mauifrog View Post
    Try the link again.
    sdfv2003.exe
    Link works but wii still communicating nothing is in memory card slot.
    I did update to my frst post, please read it - like I said in there: it rather problem with slot because wii was read sd and everything was fine before (1st post ).

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    are you using a micro SD card in an SD adapter?
    Or to what adapter are you referring?

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    I believe he is saying the sd reader of the wii is shot. That would be a crap situation if that is the case. Hopefully you already have hbc installed, you can use usb. As for the sd reader, if it is dead, I think the think is integrated into the mainboard. erikie should be able to verify that.

    Try another card.
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    Quote Originally Posted by erikie View Post
    are you using a micro SD card in an SD adapter?
    Yes, i do.
    First adapter have been broken so I use another. Maybe it's problem with new adapter (it dont fit etc. ?) or sd slot. I dont know how to check it

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    Quote Originally Posted by mauifrog View Post
    I believe he is saying the sd reader of the wii is shot. That would be a crap situation if that is the case. Hopefully you already have hbc installed, you can use usb. As for the sd reader, if it is dead, I think the think is integrated into the mainboard. erikie should be able to verify that.

    Try another card.
    The sd slot is solderer on the main board, it could be replaced. Though it will not be a very easy task
    Also I dont believe that this is the problem
    Try a genuine sd card instead of micro sd. I think the adapter is not working very well on your wii

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