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    What SD card fits in the WII

    I have tryed 2 cards and the wii just tells me that it can't read them..

    Is it true that it has to be sandisk or kingston and not the fast type of cards?

    And by the way....when we are at this question... can i use my 32GB kingston stick as harddisk to my games or should it be a 2,5 harddisk?

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    Quote Originally Posted by koden View Post
    I have tryed 2 cards and the wii just tells me that it can't read them..

    Is it true that it has to be sandisk or kingston and not the fast type of cards?

    And by the way....when we are at this question... can i use my 32GB kingston stick as harddisk to my games or should it be a 2,5 harddisk?
    For installing mods use a Sandisk 2GB standard SD card.
    If you are on 4.x you can use SDHC cards for games, and of course HDD.

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    Quote Originally Posted by koden View Post
    I have tryed 2 cards and the wii just tells me that it can't read them..

    Is it true that it has to be sandisk or kingston and not the fast type of cards?

    And by the way....when we are at this question... can i use my 32GB kingston stick as harddisk to my games or should it be a 2,5 harddisk?
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    Thanks...i have been searching and I have found out that proberly harddisk type does'nt matter but SD card does.

    I will just by a sandisk normal for my 3,6 wii.

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    Quote Originally Posted by koden View Post
    Thanks...i have been searching and I have found out that proberly harddisk type does'nt matter but SD card does.

    I will just by a sandisk normal for my 3,6 wii.
    Use the list to check HDD. WD is a good fit

    USB Devices Compatibility List - WikiTemp

    Not sure what 3,6 means

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