The 500GB limit no longer applies. The recommended format is fat32 up to 2TB.
i see that there is a 500gb limit to the Usb Drives, this the same for usb thumb drives?
i was thinking of grabbing up 2 Cruzer 32GB USB Flash Drive or going with a 64gb flash drive. i would go with whats listed in the Compatibility List but i can't find half if barely any of them online to buy or i might go with a 320gb drive. "Playing the safe the Sorry Card"
Any Light on this is very much Thanked ^.^
so the Usb and Thumb drive have no real difference working on the wii then? other then them being slightly different?
and could anyone be so kind to point me to a working 320gb usb drive thats for sale site?
if not its ok, on the Usb Loader compatibility list i can't find that very same model online. or if i do its not from a good Maker.
And Thanks very much cjizzle
Well I saw a Seagate 320 GB at officeworks for some price under $100 (sorry I can't remember)Originally Posted by ltmiroku
But I would just suggest buying a 1 TB (or at least 500 GB) as they are also cheap and offer better value for your money
Sorry about not being able to give links
But I hope I helped
Here's the link to the Seagate HDD I was talking about:Originally Posted by ltmiroku
Hi Itmiroku. I have used drives from 60,80,100,120,160,250,320,500gb portables and 1,1.5tb. You can check the guide as advised, However a good rule of thumb is spin speeds. 5400 < > 7200rpm. a 160 gb will hold approx 70 games in wbfs file type depending on complexity of game. some games are less than 500mb others are 4.37gb. When you choose your drive make sure you format it to remove any manufacturers spin down ( sleep mode ) settings.
Then follow the format guide in my sig spoiler.