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    Where do saves go when you move them from Wii to SD card?

    Hi,
    I began transferring saves from my Wii to SD card last night to create a bit of space. It was taking ages so I downloaded a SD manager from Homebrew as I was hoping I could do a block save instead of individually moving the saves. I have worked out how to do a block save from my Wii to my SD card but this creates a folder called Saved Games on my card. I cannot locate anywhere on my SD card where the previous saves went when I moved them from Wii to SD card using the Wii Options - Data Management -Save Data -Wii - Wii - Select Save - Move to SD.

    Can anyone help please? They show when I go to SD Card in the data management section on the Wii but I cannot find them when searching the directories on the SD card.

    Thanks.

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    When you move them through data management they go into your private folder on the SD.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Darkcide666 View Post
    When you move them through data management they go into your private folder on the SD.
    Thanks for the reply. Is it better to put all the save games in the private folder or is it okay to put them in the save games folder and have two different save game folders? Thanks.

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    You'll have to wait for someone else to give you advise on that one. I only have a private folder because I move everything through data management rather than use a homebrew program.
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    No Probs. Thanks for your help previously.

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