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    Wii MicroSD support with SD Jacket?

    Will the Wii load a 2gb Micro SD with a full SD jacket on it?

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    Quote Originally Posted by nabeel95 View Post
    Will the Wii load a 2gb Micro SD with a full SD jacket on it?
    It will but it is advised to use a sandisc or similar sd full card.

    Try it, if you get error with boot mii then this could be your problem


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    K thanks. SD cards arent available in any market near my house. Only Mini or Micro SDs. ANd I need them to Softmod my wii

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    Quote Originally Posted by nabeel95 View Post
    K thanks. SD cards arent available in any market near my house. Only Mini or Micro SDs. ANd I need them to Softmod my wii
    I know it worked for my brother in law but as I said before if you run in to errors with bootmii etc it could well be the sd card. What make is it?


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    I dont really know.. Ill have to buy it first xD

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    dont get a kingston as ive heard they work for near enough nothing on the wii, samsung worked for me but sandisc is the most talked about card.


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    I have 4 microSD cards, 3 are Sandisk and 1 Kingston 2GB all used in standard adapters and they work fully with bootmii.

    The micro to full SD adapters are straight through adapters with no electrical changes, I know because I opened one up and took a look inside.
    Not really doing much Wii stuff these days.

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    I do know from experience in Dogegg's 3.1-4.1 guide that MicroSD can trip you up. As others have said, most often the case it's BootMii that can fail with MicroSD. I do recall that users with a Sandisk MicroSD more often than not have success. Kingston definitely avoid with regard to softmodding.

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    I already have a 1gb Nokia Micro SD in my cell phone :P Will that work to softmod?

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    You could try it, it's not like your Wii will blow up because you haven't used a recommended card or anything. You should find out pretty quick whether it works or not.
    Not really doing much Wii stuff these days.

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