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Thread: Formatted Wii, updated to 4.3u, now SD cards canot be used!

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    Formatted Wii, updated to 4.3u, now SD cards canot be used!

    I've tried multiple times to set up my Wii to play backups, but never finished any of my attempts. I formatted my Wii, then upgraded to 4.3u. Now, whatever SD card I put in the Wii cannot be read by the system. Any possible solutions?

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    What do you mean by it cant be read? How did you determine this? Do you get any errors?

    The more info you give the better.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Krafter View Post
    What do you mean by it cant be read? How did you determine this? Do you get any errors?

    The more info you give the better.
    When I try to access it from the Wii menu, it says the device in the SD slot cannot be accessed. No error number.

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    Did you trying formating the card? If that doesn't work then try a different one.

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    Krafter is right, not every SD works fine, and why you proced a update to 4.3U . I thought you´ve an chinies or Korean version.

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    I formatted two different SD cards. Neither worked. I am using a US version Wii.

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    What kind of card did you try. Sandisk 2G SD not a SDHC is best for the Hackmii installer.
    One more question, what guide are you following? That might make a difference too.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Krafter View Post
    What kind of card did you try. Sandisk 2G SD not a SDHC is best for the Hackmii installer.
    One more question, what guide are you following? That might make a difference too.
    I'm using a Sandisk 2gb SD card that works fine on the computer, AND it worked perfectly on my hacked Wii on 4.2.

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    I hope you know that the game Indiana Jones .... is needed to start the hac*mi

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    Quote Originally Posted by mrat93 View Post
    I've tried multiple times to set up my Wii to play backups, but never finished any of my attempts. I formatted my Wii, then upgraded to 4.3u. Now, whatever SD card I put in the Wii cannot be read by the system. Any possible solutions?
    just start over with the Softmod 4.3 Wiis guide.
    as you updated the ability to bannerbomb from sd card vanished.
    you have to have the retail version of lego indiana jones or super smash bros brawl.
    stick to the guide, no way around it / no other possibilty

    good luck
    cheers

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