Gaming can wiiware be installed to sd card?

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i want to collect all the good wiiware available, can all of them be installed to a 2gb sd card?
im afraid that having lots of wiiware may fill up the internal memory of the wii.
 

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You've been able to do that since SM4.0, though I would recommend Triiforce instead. I won't give you instructions, go search
 

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stingray1059 said:
i want to collect all the good wiiware available, can all of them be installed to a 2gb sd card?
im afraid that having lots of wiiware may fill up the internal memory of the wii.
i do not think that you could collect "all" the wiiware available and put it in a 2Gb sd. you could place a number of games there but not "all". if you want to install as many wiiwares as you can, you could install it in an emulated nand in a hdd then run it off triiforce. http://gbatemp.net/index.php?showtopic=172...mp;hl=triiforce
 

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