Can you use 8Gig SDHC with DVDDumper V1.2???

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  1. christpuncher123
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    Confirmed responces only please No speculation! If so Why would you bother with WiFI??
     
  2. bugaveli

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    i tried it once and got error ret-1 sandisk 8gig sdhc i get that error sometimes
     
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    With fat16 and fat32 files can only be up to 4GB. So even if it was supported (which it's not) you couldn't dump it in 1 shot anyway.
     
  4. Arm the Homeless

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    Does the Wii have ext2/3 support yet?

    If not, why?
     
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    Has EXT3 support when running Linux on the wii but I haven't seen any homebrew apps that support it. It'd be cool! People with no routers could do dumps in 1 file... If I'd know C, I would help...
     
  6. christpuncher123
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    I've talked to people on other forums who said they sucessfully dumped to 8 Gig so basically what youre sayin is "there full of shit" I guess the only way to find out is to try it! I wanted to know if you could do it before I wasted the money on an 8 gig card!
     
  7. noONE

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    Well, if it would work with SDHC , using FAT16/32 it could split the file when reaching 4GB automaticly and begin at a second file.. if they'd support it.
     
  8. christpuncher123
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    This would be alot more reliable than wifi, plus it would save the extra hour it takes to upload 3 times to pc with the 2 gig!!