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    Lightbulb Homebrew: SD Card Menu question

    Hello WiiHacks people,

    I was playing some games, loaded via Riivolution, and I liked the idea of saving the gamesaves on the SD card. However, I don't know if there's a way to save the gamesaves from Wii Channels on SD card, including the SD Card Menu. Is there a way to save gamesaves from SD Card Menu to let save them on SD instead of the Wii itself?? Can this homebrew also load Wii Channels from SD Card Menu??
    I came up with this when I tried Gecko OS a few minutes ago, since Gecko OS can load Wii Channels on the Wii, sadly no Wii Channels on SD Card Menu.

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    I don't think you can tell the Wii to save to the SD Card by "default". You can, however, go to the SD Card Menu and copy the game onto the SD Card Menu from there. Note that this will dump the signed save file onto the SD card (i.e. the SD card should only be used to transport the data, or else you risk losing your game data). That's the only way I can think of to get game save data onto an SD card.

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    Quote Originally Posted by alebcay View Post
    I don't think you can tell the Wii to save to the SD Card by "default". You can, however, go to the SD Card Menu and copy the game onto the SD Card Menu from there. Note that this will dump the signed save file onto the SD card (i.e. the SD card should only be used to transport the data, or else you risk losing your game data). That's the only way I can think of to get game save data onto an SD card.
    Hmm, but I wonder, why does this work on Wii games, and not Wii Channels?? Or didn't the Wiibrew crew pay attention to that yet?? I don't know, I was curious though. xD

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