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Discussion in 'Wii U - Hacking & Backup Loaders' started by lordelan, Nov 10, 2017.
yes baby i just did that,do you want me to do anything else?
Why don't you pass some of that ganja my way baby?
ganja? what are you talking about baby? do not forget i dont speak english baby,so do not use those words
I do speak English and you need to stop saying "baby"... baby
Ganja is Jamaican baby
no am not,am not disrespecting nobody,you need to do same.thanks!!
Wow take it easy there killer. Nobody is disrespecting anyone. Just having some fun with you baby
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.
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.
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.
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.