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    Installing Wiiware - no room...?

    Hi All

    Not sure if this is normal but after installing a few wiiware games as channels on my wii it's completely filled the memory...?

    Is this normal? I mean I've literally installed 4 games and it's full?

    Any help appreciated.

    Thanks

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    You shouldn't be installing pirated games to begin with.
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    Why don't you click Settings/Data Mgtment and see how many blocks free you have?

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    thanks nightstah. I will. Are blocks lost through corruption when installing uninstalling wads?

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    Wads and game saves eat or otherwise occupy the finite NAND blocks. Some people get this result and in actuality, it has nothing to do with available blocks.

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    so can the nand become corrupted? That is when you uninstall a wad / delete a game save are the areas on the nand freed up for further use?

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    Did I say that? No, I didn't. Look, how hard is it for you to um, do as I asked? Let's go from there, right?

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    Quote Originally Posted by nightstah View Post
    Did I say that? No, I didn't. Look, how hard is it for you to um, do as I asked? Let's go from there, right?
    Do what exactly? You're right you didn't say that, though you also didn't say otherwise. It was a simple technical question, really don't see why you need to give me attitude. Right?

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    Because you never answered the question. How many free blocks do you have?
    Kinda hard to help someone if they can't answer something that simple.
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