Semi bricked Wii U

Discussion in 'Wii U - Hacking & Backup Loaders' started by lordelan, Nov 10, 2017.

  1. magico29

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    yes baby i just did that,do you want me to do anything else?
     
  2. Kafluke

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    Why don't you pass some of that ganja my way baby?
     
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    ganja? what are you talking about baby? do not forget i dont speak english baby,so do not use those words
     
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    I do speak English and you need to stop saying "baby"... baby

    Ganja is Jamaican baby
     
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    no am not,am not disrespecting nobody,you need to do same.thanks!!
     
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    Wow take it easy there killer. Nobody is disrespecting anyone. Just having some fun with you baby
     
  7. TheTechGenius

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    What kind of SSD is your friend using?

    Also, is your friend using a Y cable to give the drive more power using 2 USB Slots?

    Some drives need that extra power, that could be the reason why the drive is acting up on you. Or it's not a brand name SSD, something could be wrong with the SSD. Even though the chances are a lot lower that an SSD going bad, then a HDD, since an SSD has no moving parts.
     
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    SSD on a Wii U is a waste, IMHO. It should be used for what it was designed to, boot a computer faster. For the Wii U, a plain old SATA USB hard disk is plenty good enough, and will do the job better.
     
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    Your right. It is a waste, since the WiiU doesn't have USB 3.0.

    But if you have an SSD laying around that your not really using, then an SSD would do the job just fine.
     
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  10. lordelan
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    The problem doesn't exist anymore as far as I know. :)

    Of course it's waste somehow. Nevertheless it has a small advantage (which of course is not enough to justify the price difference): It can call to the ground without being damaged. :D