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    NeoGamma R9 B47 (backup disc) cIOS rev21 base37v5662 slot 249 can't save to SDHC

    Hello everybody,
    I tried searching for this problem but didn't find anything exactly like it. I can run backup discs perfectly with NeoGamma R9 B47, but once the game starts it cannot use the SDHC card in my Wii's SD slot (tested with Rock Band 3 backup disc). Homebrew can read the files on my SDHC perfectly (Transcend 8gb class 10), so it seems like it's NeoGamma that has the problem. As stated in the title, I'm using cIOS rev21 base 37v5662 in slot 249.

    Previously I was using a 2gb regular SD card and saving game data to it worked perfectly.

    The only thing I found from Googling was someone recommending using a SDHC USB reader and then plugging in the memory card into a USB port in the back instead of in the SD slot, but I don't have one to test that out so I was hoping there's another solution.

    Any help would be appreciated, and let me know if you need any more information. Thanks!

    Here's my Wii's system check:

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    I'm not surprised. I had an inferior brand of sd card that did the same thing. It wouldn't save any configuration for that particular app or anything else to the sd card.
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    Thanks for the reply. Are you saying a name brand SDHC card (Kingston, Sandisk) would be compatible with NeoGamma? If not, do any of the other backup loaders support SDHC cards?

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