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    Exclamation Wireless Loaders?

    I have my computer hardwired to a Belkin Wireless N+ Router,
    I have the homebrew channel locked and loaded, along with
    USB Loader. Unfortunetly I don't have any Flash Drives that
    are large enough to load games (My biggest is 4gb).

    I figure though that since I have a wireless router, I could use
    it as a networked device to load games, are there any applications
    to do this? Would I need a HDD hooked to my router? Or can I
    network everything together to get some games going on my WII?

    Anyone point me to any stable apps, tutorials, etc that I might be
    able to go off of to get some real homebrew stuff going on my WII?

    Thanks kids

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    No solution currently exists afaik. The wifi speed of network would be insufficient to stream data to the Wii to load and play games effectively anyway.

    Buy a larger USB device.
    Not really doing much Wii stuff these days.

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    If you use WBFS manager on your flash drive and use it ONLY to load wii games on, then you don't have a problem, I don't know of 1 game that is over 4 gig once put through WBFS manager. In fact you could load about five or six of the smaller games and not fill a 4 gig flash drive. very few are over 3gig in the couple of hundred I have.

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    If you use WBFS manager on your flash drive and use it ONLY to load wii games on, then you don't have a problem, I don't know of 1 game that is over 4 gig once put through WBFS manager. In fact you could load about five or six of the smaller games and not fill a 4 gig flash drive. very few are over 3gig in the couple of hundred I have.

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    Thanks guys, ill set up wbfs manager. Got one more quick question though.
    What's a good program to use to play burnt iso's? It might be better in the
    Long run since I could have a little library to play from instead of reusing
    X amount of space on my flash. Cheers!

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    Most people give Neogamma R7 great reviews. You might want to try that for burnt iso's

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