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    non of them is my curreny because i live in egypt and all SD cards are 55 pounds except one that has official nintendo seal was 200 pounds i dont know why, that's why i ask you is there any difference if one has official seal and other not

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    Making sure your SD or SDHC Card is compatible


    Not all SD and SDHC Cards are compatible with the Wii console. Please read the following:


    • If you have not yet updated your Wii console to Wii Menu 4.0 (how to) or higher, then your Wii console is only compatible with SD Cards that are 2 GB (Gigabyte) or less. Cards with a capacity higher than 2 GB will likely not work with the Wii console if it has not been updated to 4.0 or higher.

    • If you have updated your Wii console to Wii Menu 4.0 (how to) or higher, then your Wii console is compatible with SD Cards that are 2 GB (Gigabyte) or less, and is also compatible with SDHC Cards up to 32 GB. SD Cards with a capacity higher than 2 GB, and SDHC Cards with a capacity higher than 32 GB, will likely not work with the Wii console.

    • Cards with a slow speed may experience slow transfer time when loading files, or may not work at all. Slow transfer times can also occur with cards that have a great number of files on them.

    * While any SD Card with the above specifications may work, Nintendo has licensed specific SD Cards for use with the Wii console. You can identify these cards by the Nintendo Seal on the packaging of the SD Card. The following is a list of known licensed SD Cards and their manufacturers.

    • Bensussen Deutsch & Associates, Inc. (BD&A) Switch and Carry
    2 GB, 1 GB, 512 mb

    • SanDisk
    2 GB, 1 GB, 512 mb
    Homebrew Channel 1.0.6 | Internet Channel | Sys Menu 4.1e | NeoGamma R8 b15 | Preloader .30 r3 | cIOS38 r14 | Wad Manager 1.5 | cIOSCORP 3.5 | DVDX v2 | Mplayer CE | WiiGator GC Backup Launcher Ver 2.0 | Wii64 Nintendo 64 Emulator | Homebrew Browser V 0.3.6 | IOSCheck V 0.3.6







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    thank you, but if i didnt find sandisk which have nintendo official seal can i get one without this seal ?

    if i didnt find SD can i get micro

    if i didnt find Sandisk at all can i get kingston or another type like lexar or transcend?

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    ebay

    yes

    only SanDisk and Bensussen Deutsch & Associates, Inc. (BD&A) are licensed by Nintendo
    Homebrew Channel 1.0.6 | Internet Channel | Sys Menu 4.1e | NeoGamma R8 b15 | Preloader .30 r3 | cIOS38 r14 | Wad Manager 1.5 | cIOSCORP 3.5 | DVDX v2 | Mplayer CE | WiiGator GC Backup Launcher Ver 2.0 | Wii64 Nintendo 64 Emulator | Homebrew Browser V 0.3.6 | IOSCheck V 0.3.6







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    i will buy a SD card and i hope it works

    thank you

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    what could happen from installing cios can the wii brick and can it happen from just one time and how long the process take ?

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    not if you follow the guide correctly, iy you can, do a NAND backup and keep it safe so you can restore your Wii should anything ever go wrong in the future, about 5-10 minutes it takes.
    Last edited by siphilips; 12-14-2009 at 10:11 AM.
    Homebrew Channel 1.0.6 | Internet Channel | Sys Menu 4.1e | NeoGamma R8 b15 | Preloader .30 r3 | cIOS38 r14 | Wad Manager 1.5 | cIOSCORP 3.5 | DVDX v2 | Mplayer CE | WiiGator GC Backup Launcher Ver 2.0 | Wii64 Nintendo 64 Emulator | Homebrew Browser V 0.3.6 | IOSCheck V 0.3.6







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    i bought kingstone 2B SD card and thanks to god the HBC read it's content now i want to make NAND backup and i know there is guides and i read one but i want you to tell me simple steps and how to install Bootmii and make NAND backup

    i think there is no risk in making NAND backup right

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    No risk, only assurity that if your Wii ever goes wrong, you can restore it.

    Takes roughly about 10 mins to write and verify the contents of the NAND to SD card.
    Homebrew Channel 1.0.6 | Internet Channel | Sys Menu 4.1e | NeoGamma R8 b15 | Preloader .30 r3 | cIOS38 r14 | Wad Manager 1.5 | cIOSCORP 3.5 | DVDX v2 | Mplayer CE | WiiGator GC Backup Launcher Ver 2.0 | Wii64 Nintendo 64 Emulator | Homebrew Browser V 0.3.6 | IOSCheck V 0.3.6







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    can you tell the steps plz

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