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    SDHC card compatibility

    Wii 4.3U: Experimenting with LetterBumb using 16GB SDHC. Wondering how to verify SDHC works on 4.3U.

    Followed these instructions, but did not see desired outcome in step 7:


    Go to the Letterbomb site HERE.

    Originally Posted by BluPhant
    ...1. Get your Wii's mac address:The MAC address of the Wii can be found by:
    From the Wii Channel menu, select "Wii Settings" (the round button on the bottom-left of the screen with "Wii"
    on it)
    Select "Internet," then "Console Settings."
    The MAC address of the Wii console is displayed on the first line.
    2. Format your SD card. Fat32
    Panasonic SDFormat preferred. Dont skip this step.
    3. Download the HackMii installer
    You can use the mac address to build a custom hackmii installer at LetterBomb
    MAKE SURE YOU SELECT YOUR REGION up top
    If you get the captcha wrong, it will RESET your region. This happened to me. If you do, the installer, well,
    in my case hung the wii. Had to hard boot it.
    4. Copy downloaded files to root directory of SD card. I used windows xp.
    5. Put card in wii and start it.
    6. Hit the envelope in the lower right hand corner
    If you dont see the red message with the bomb, hit the - or + buttons to choose a different date.
    7. Click on the big red envelope with the bomb.

    The hackmii installer launches. (note if it hangs, you might not have done step 2, or you might have chosen
    the incorrect region)...
    -Blu

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    So you didn't get the Red Letter at all, or did you get it but nothing came up on clicking it? Did you choose a different date with + or - ?

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    After re-downloading it again, it now seems to work. Does this procedure really rely on the Wifi's MAC address? The more I think about it, the more it make sense to search the download files for the MAC address.

    I appreciate the response!

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