so we all know that the Wii can do alot. people have made it so we can run custom games and even backups.
now my question is this:
if we are able to do all of this, why cant we make an Cios to expand the memory of the Wii. so what i mean is make it able to read bigger cards like 4,8,16,32 and so on. then we can maybe incorporate this into some homebrew like game dumping. we can dump a whole game onto 1 SD card with out using the Mass Storage in the back.
The HBC can read SDHC cards, so it can read 4gb & 8gb cards, dunno about bigger tho.
There may come a time when the dvdripper program (or similar) can access a SDHC card too. But I rip games through WiFi onto my PC anyways.
The physical memory of the Wii cannot be expanded at all.
the wii only will read 2 gig's even if those load, and the Homebrew channel might, but thats it, if u want something like that, then u might have to wait, since im sure it will have a high brick rate, and such to get
ok then i can do
wifi but it downloads at 50-100kbs i know it sucks
when i do a 2gb in the front sd slot it goes at 500kbs
when i do a mass storage with my 8gb in the back it goes at like 50-100
anyone know if their is a way to speed it up?
Support for more than 2GB is not gonna be a simple thing to do. However, I like the idea of just pasting an iso on an SD card or USB key and letting the software do the rest instead of burning DVDs.