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    8bg Sandisk Cruzer

    Amazon.com: SanDisk Cruzer 8 GB USB 2.0 Flash Drive SDCZ36-008G-A11: Digital Media Source

    I've had enough issues playing backups, and ordering the wrong flash drive. So, is this one going to work playing a backup like Skyward Sword up to speed? Please, let me know.

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    Probably not! Why not buy a usb hdd?

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    Another question... Why is this on the compatibility list if it won't work? And to answer your other question, probably because I don't have the cash?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Zyphr
    Another question... Why is this on the compatibility list if it won't work? And to answer your other question, probably because I don't have the cash?
    Buy one and find out!

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    You have been reported. Now, could a senior member please help?

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    Quote Originally Posted by toby1978

    Buy one and find out!

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    This may appear to be mocking, but it is the truth. Some work for some things and not for others.

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    Thank you. I was just wondering if anyone had experience with this flash drive.

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    I actually have one and have played games such as COD: MW3 off it. This USB works, but Toby's suggestion to buy a HDD makes sense if you have a lot of games that won't fit on a USB.

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    Exactly the insight I was looking for! Thank you very much. As for space. I am only wishing to play 1 game at a time, so I will just switch them when they are beat. But, thank you very much.

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    Careful buying flash drives off the internet. Especially when they are only $2. If the deal is too good to be true, most of the time it is.

    I bought a Kingston data traveler 128gb. It was so cheap I couldn't resist. It ended up being fake.

    It worked in my pc, but not in my Wii. Then as I put more stuff on it, I got terrible transfer times and then data loss.

    I ran it through a program called RMPrepUSB to fix it, and it ended up being less than 2gb.

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