Homebrew I just saw a video of GC games being loaded from usb loader gx

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http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zEpjQ6CKMrM

Can someone please give me a tutorial on how to do that? I already have a softmodded wii and external hard drive that I load my wii games from.
 

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How about this one?

http://www.bhphotovideo.com/c/product/828326-REG/SanDisk_SDRX3032GA21_32GB_SDHC_Memory_Card.html

Currently looking around for a cheaper price.
 

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I don't think the compatibility is very high, though.

You are probably thinking of the USB loader for GC games, the original Dios Mios which could only (barely) run a handful of games and even those had severe issues because you have to disable ARAM support for USB access to work.
 

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Which speed is best?

Class 10? Or is class 4 or 6 OK?
I run a class 4 sandisk 8gb card with no issues.
Which games have you tried with it? Because I heard that fast moving games like f-zero gx require class 10 to run smoothly.
The only "fast paced" games I've played are burnout 1 and 2 and extreme g 3. They played fine, aside from the audio streaming. I'll try fzero and see if I have any issues.Edit: I just ran through the ruby cup with no issues. The title screen music was stuttering a little, but it didn't affect the main game at all.
 

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