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    Can Using 2 USB slot at same time can damage m wii???

    Can Using 2 USB slot at same time can damage m wii???
    Because I use wiiflow to play monster Hunter 3 and I am using the 2nd slot for the keyboard(So i can chat while online )

    Can it damage ur wii???

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    No it won't damage anything. Use them all you want.
    Damn I suck!!!!

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    Thanks!!!because i dont want to hurt my wii

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    I don't know if everybody thinks the way I think, but I believe that if you use a USB HDD that gets its power from the USB port, then you may have a chance to overheat your Wii. Try using a USB HDD that has an external power source.

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    I am using a flashdisk(8gb)
    Do you think it will overheat too??

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    Flash disks don't draw as much power from the Wii and because there aren't any moving parts they also won't contribute much to the heating of the Wii area. I have my Wii and powered HDDs in an open shelf entertainment unit and it can get quite warm. I use a fan. A flash drive will be fine with regard to power and heat.

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    Cool thanks for all the answer it erases all of my fear about it

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