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    2 newbie questions

    Hello guys , i got a few questions to ask , ive read millions of guides and still didnt find the answer i want :/ so lets start :


    First : i got a 250 GB western digital hdd , formatted 32FAT since i bought it and it got all my personal things and school files ... can i put the games iso's in the root of the hdd without removing the files on it and run the games without any problems ?

    Second: : Can i run games from SDHC cards ? i mean straight from the SD Card slot without the need of a USB sd card reader ?

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    For both your questions the answer is yes, but you will need to create
    a folder on the root of both the SD card and HDD called "WBFS".
    And then use a game manager like "Wii Backup manager" to transfer
    the game ISO's in WBFS format.
    Fat32 guide here-->http://www.wiihacks.com/recommended-...g-playing.html



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    and i can use my 16GB SDHC card right ?

    Thanks for the fast reply

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    Yes, but not all SDHC cards are made equal. Some will work, some will not.
    Also, if you're using an SDHC card, make sure the paths in your loader point to the card.



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