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Thread: Problem with SDHC card (SanDisk 8GB) help pliz

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jokergod2000 View Post
    Patriot Signature Flash 16GB SDHC Card, Class 6 FTW!

    I use it for everything it's only $30.

    Really you need to drop $125 on a 640GB Seagate USB HD. Small, no external power and hella fast.
    You can get 1,5TB for that money (WD Elements):
    Amazon.com: Western Digital WD Elements 1.5 TB USB 2.0 Desktop External Hard Drive WDBAAU0015HBK-NESN: Electronics

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    Quote Originally Posted by tilenn View Post
    Yes, i've got the same problem. Both 4gb + 8gb sandisk cards get 'connection lost'. Games work fine through my USB hard disk though (1TB WD Elements). I wonder however, why the heck they don't make external hard disks with 2×USB ports (i can only have it hooked up to my PC or Wii, not both).

    Ive got the same problem. And tilenn how did u configure your WD elements?? I have on but i cant convert it to fat32.....Y_Y can't believe i bought the card hoping it will work....I tot wii has SDHC support

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    Quote Originally Posted by LordNix View Post
    Ive got the same problem. And tilenn how did u configure your WD elements?? I have on but i cant convert it to fat32.....Y_Y can't believe i bought the card hoping it will work....I tot wii has SDHC support
    Hey,
    WD elements works 100%. Here you have a nice compatibility list:
    http://www.wiihacks.com/recommended-...lity-list.html

    And forget FAT32. You have a nice guide on how to format your HDD for Wii here:
    http://www.wiihacks.com/recommended-...s-usb-hdd.html

    You basically use a special Wii programm: 'WBFS manager' (google and download it), and format it from there to WBFS format. I have over 100 games already on it and it works awesome through GX loader or Neogamma...

    After you will format your HDD you basically just load the game.iso file on the disk through WBFS manager and woila... happy playing.

    And if you have a large HDD (1TB for example) i suggest you create a few partitions, as many as you like (2x500GB, 4×250GB or whatever) because you probably won't fill up the entire 1TB with games, and the disk is unusable for other stuff if you format all of it to WBFS.
    Create 4×250GB (it's all in the guide link above) and format only 1×250GB to WBFS and if you'll fill it up, then format another one...

    And i also suggest you install Mplayer. You can then play almost anything from your external HDD through Wii (even flash videos work great) (files have to be stored on a non-WBFS partition though).
    Guide:
    http://www.wiihacks.com/homebrew/200...r-ce-dvdx.html
    Last edited by tilenn; 02-03-2010 at 10:20 AM.

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    I wish i had seen this thread before i bought my SD card Y_Y

    Thanks for the links....I usually use my 360 to play my vids on TV....I just want to play my back-ups...lol....
    Last edited by LordNix; 02-03-2010 at 04:20 PM.

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