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    SDHC card

    I was using Kingston 4GB SDHC for installing apps on my wii for 3 weeks until yesterday when I formatted the card to FAT32 file system and now Homebrew channel suddenly stops reading card. Is there any explanation for this? I tried FAT, FAT32 and NTSC. Doesn't read for any file system now.

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    the files and folders are on there the same way they were before?

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    Yes they are same way as before. I'm 100% sure.

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    well fat32 should work and i don't mean quick format. click the 1 button and make sure HBC is reading from the correct device also.

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    Quote Originally Posted by oddgriffin View Post
    well fat32 should work and i don't mean quick format. click the 1 button and make sure HBC is reading from the correct device also.
    When do I click the 1 button and are you asking me to check whether HBC is set to read from SD card?

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    Quote Originally Posted by gem View Post
    When do I click the 1 button and are you asking me to check whether HBC is set to read from SD card?
    If you are having SD card problems. Use a sandisk 2GB standard SD card.
    Format with this sdfv2003.exe

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