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    Question Using two hard drives for WiiFlow

    I was curious has anyone tried using two hard drives under WiiFlow, if so is it hard to change between them..I haven't tried it yet but am bout to add another drive to my external enclosure and give her a whirl. Any tips

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    I dont thing the wii or the software has the compatibility for reading two drives at once.... Maybe invest in a bigger HDD all together...


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    Well, there are some very special casings, which combine multiple harddrives using RAID0 (or 5). That would be costly though.
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