Buffalo Ministation HDD

Discussion in 'Wii - Backup Loaders' started by Fat Cow, Jul 10, 2009.

Jul 10, 2009

Buffalo Ministation HDD by Fat Cow at 6:45 AM (1,045 Views / 0 Likes) 3 replies

  1. Fat Cow
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    The compability chart has conflicting information, so can anyone confirm if it does have spindown problem?

    I know rev13 fixed the problem, but I'd rather have a drive that doesn't spin down in the first place.

    yes I also know Seagate Freeagent would be the best choice for me, but Buffalo drives are on sale now so I want to give it a try.
     
  2. DaXIthR

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    I moved my WBFS drive from a WD MyBook to a Buffalo Ministation 250GB.

    I've let is sit and run for about 5 to 6 hours on games like Galaxy, Brawl and Zack and Wiki.

    So far, there have no issues whatsoever using USB Loader GX and Configurable Loader. I actually didn't even modify the setting out of the box for the HDD. I did a quick format to get rid of the pre-installed software and when went to WBFS.

    It's not a thorough test, but surely a very positive one.

    Hope that helps.
     
  3. warlord007

    Newcomer warlord007 Advanced Member

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    The Buffalo 250GB is fine [​IMG]

    i have 2 fat32 partitions and a wbfs partition and never had a problem with it.

    we also played bloombox party for about 13 hrs last weekend (running non stop) and it worked fine.

    hope that helps

    warlord

    PS where are they on sale ? might get another (this one was supposed to be for work purposes lol )
     
  4. Fat Cow
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    it was on sale at NCIX last week, it's back ot regular price now.
     

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