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    Black Edition

    Sorry for the Spam, just for confirm
    I brought today my 2gb sandisk card

    But I heard some rumours about the black edtions...

    I got the version 4.1E. what E means?
    This guide is right for my situation?
    http://www.wiihacks.com/recommended-...d-any-wii.html

    Sorry for the inconvenience, just the fear of brick xD

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    E means EUrope, your console is PAL

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    Simply put, the black edition wii comes with a d2-3 chip that will not allow backups to be played from disk. You can still use sd/usb devices.

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    Quote Originally Posted by oddgriffin View Post
    Simply put, the black edition wii comes with a d2-3 chip that will not allow backups to be played from disk. You can still use sd/usb devices.
    i got an external drive for that, I was just afraid about install the guide.

    And about the use as mediacenter, where I am limited andwhat I can use?

    Thanks =)

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    You can do everything anyone else can do, just not off a disk. I would suggest you format most of the drive wbfs for your games and leave some room fat32 to run homebrew apps.

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    Quote Originally Posted by oddgriffin View Post
    You can do everything anyone else can do, just not off a disk. I would suggest you format most of the drive wbfs for your games and leave some room fat32 to run homebrew apps.
    Another question, is possible I leave one 3 partion in ntfs for my windows stuff?
    Thanks

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