<2gb SD is it really a must?

Discussion in 'Wii - Emulation and Homebrew' started by reilina, Dec 16, 2008.

  1. reilina
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    reilina just a neophyte...

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    right now im planning to install homebrew channel the requirements says i need a
     
  2. Midna

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    See this symbol: > that means less than, so less than two gigs. N00b!
     
  3. BBking83

    BBking83 GBAtemp Advanced Fan

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    See that symbol >, that means greater than. See this symbol:
     
  4. DarkLG

    DarkLG Wow One Shiny Ribbon!!!!

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    Ya 1Gb sd is Ok I even think a 512 MB is good or whatever size they sell in MB.
     
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    FaRReR GBAtemp Regular

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  6. kevenz

    kevenz GBAtemp Regular

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    you can even use a 256mbs to do that since those emulators are like 2mbs each.
     
  7. reilina
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    reilina just a neophyte...

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    thanks for the help guys and sorry for that not getting the symbols right
    anyway i have one last question:

    i was planning to buy Tatsunoko vs Capcom and Naruto NTEX3, but i have a 3.4U firmware is there a chance for me to play
    this two using twilight hack then HBC to GeckoOS/Menu Loader?

    of course i will use orginal discs
     
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  9. Rebound

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    I use a 256mb one [​IMG]
     
  10. sl33p

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    I'm using a 64mb one right now from circa 2003 since my normal card decided to explode itself. I think I win in being ghetto.
     
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