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    Save games to little storage.

    Hi, I have a softmodded Wii. But when i play new games I have to ether delete old save games or move them to the SD card.
    Is it a way to automaticly save them to the SD card?

    And why cant I have more than 10 game saves on the Wii?

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    Cooza

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    Probably because you've got loads of junk on there.

    The largest wastes of space are channels such as Mario Kart channel, Wiifit channel, Wiiware and to some extent Virtual Console.

    If your Wii is 4.0+ then drop the Wiiware/VC channels to SD to clear loads of space.

    By the way I have over 70 games on HDD and every one has a save, I've also never needed to copy one to SD. I only have 1 VC channel, all others are on SD.

    If your Wii is <4.0 then use Triiforce to load Wiiware/VC games off emulated NAND on your SD card.
    Not really doing much Wii stuff these days.

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    where and how do i delete things?

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    Oh right, that's simple. On the home menu press the Wii Settings button>Data Management>Channels. You should then get a grid with all the channels displayed, along with the number of blocks available. It should be really straightforward to do. If you are on 4.0+ you'll get the option with some to Move, this will be to SD.
    Not really doing much Wii stuff these days.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tealc View Post
    Oh right, that's simple. On the home menu press the Wii Settings button>Data Management>Channels. You should then get a grid with all the channels displayed, along with the number of blocks available. It should be really straightforward to do. If you are on 4.0+ you'll get the option with some to Move, this will be to SD.
    Ok. thanks. But can I move the internett thing? I takes about 1600 blocks....?

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    Quote Originally Posted by cooza View Post
    Ok. thanks. But can I move the internett thing? I takes about 1600 blocks....?
    You mean the get connected video (shown as "Wii + Internet")? I think that one should be the first to go. Mine is only 1183 blocks though...

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    lols i deleated those useless videos at the very beggining.

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    But if i delete that, Can I still play wii on the net? And update USB loader GX?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dami View Post
    lols i deleated those useless videos at the very beggining.
    _He he... But iam new to this so I didnt know. But the video was so large that now i know why i didnt have any blocks free.... hehe Problem fixed.

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