Install WAD Channel directly to SD Card?

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Jun 1, 2009
  1. SomeGuy2009
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    Just updated my wii to System Menu 4.0U and would like to install a bunch of channels onto my wii sd card rather then install them on my wii directly. Is there anyway to Install a WAD Channel directly to the SD Card or do I need to install it to the wii then move it to the SD card using data management screen.

    Im currently using WAD Manager 1.4 (installed as a channel).

    Also is there any way of having my wii boot into the system menu's SD Card channel list without having to click the SD Card icon? Im lazy. If no SD card is inserted then maybe just go right to wii channel list rather than sd channel list.

    I like the idea of being able to store channels on my sd since my sd card has more space then the wii does.

    SG
     
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    Sorry but right now, it is not possible to install games directly to the SD card. This is mainly because certain tickets need to be installed to the system it self and this ould split the process. Just install it to the flash memory and then just send it over to the card. It will only take 3o seconds or so.
     
  3. SomeGuy2009
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    thats what I thought. Just thought I would ask.

    thanks,

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    thats what I thought. Just thought I would ask.

    thanks,

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    Did anyone ever figure this out? Can't find any new info on this.
     
  6. Sinister181

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    Better off just using the emulated NAND and Triiforce_mrc/Mighty channels and load the installed WADs from USB. Either that, or move the files to the SD card, and load Triiforce SD version. Using the USB (or SD depending on the volume), you virtually never run out of space with Triiforce MRC. lol
     
  7. Hielkenator

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    You mean Mighty Channels ) that's what it's called for about 2 years now...lol)
     
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    Oh crap! And I thought they were two separate things.. Oh well, thanks for the correction.
     
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    In essence they are...but also not....lol

    http://usuaris.tinet.cat/mark/page/mighty-channels-english
     

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