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    Laptop to USB to WII

    Is there a way to make my laptop using a two male USB cord with wii, can make it work woith USB loader or is this impossible. (im asking cuz most of my other USB drives are broken, or dont have cords)


    Let me know, if you do know.

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    So basically, you want to use your laptop as an external USB drive? If so, this is what you might be looking for:

    From: Laptop as Desktop's external USB hard drive??? - General-Storage - Storage
    Sharp also includes a unique cradle solution and synching software. The Actius MM20 has a proprietary connection port on its left side, which plugs directly into the cradle. The cradle attaches to a desktop PC via a USB 2.0 cable. Once docked, make sure the cradle's DirectHD switch is on, and your desktop will automatically recognize the powered-down MM20 as an external hard drive. Using the SharpSync software, you can easily sync the MM20 with the desktop, transfer files, or run backups. Plug the notebook's AC into the cradle and it will charge the system while docked: A battery life indicator tells you when the battery is fully charged.
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