1. Scott_pilgrim

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  2. ca032769

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    Video gave me a headache trying to follow all the steps, and I've modded more then 50 Wiis, so I'd think I would be able to follow it fairly easily.

    I still like the Rhapsodii Shima theme and wheel setup though.
     
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    Yup. Especially early on. Now, the Wii is 14 years old, but there's still a lot of new homebrew and tools coming out. It's not as simple to set up as Free MCBoot (where you can just copy from a Memory Card, and now you can just burn a self launching disk).
     
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    We have things like archive.org, I know I used it once to get a dead R4 firmware link. Sure there may be better options but most of the backup loaders on Wii are pretty foolproof.
     
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    Does the Wii handle 1TB external hard drives fine? Most I've used on my old Wii was a 16gb pen drive.

    I really want to get a new Wii, this time with Gamecube ports (mine was the black Family Edition).
     
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    Yes a 1TB or 2TB hard drive is really simple to set up for the Wii.

    It takes a little extra work, but I have used 4TB, 6TB, 8TB & 10TB Western Digital MyBook Drives, 4TB WD Passports & 5TB WD P10 Game Drives on the Wii.

    But, when it comes down to it, to have all the Wii (1,800ish US & EU & a few JP) and GameCube (850ish US & EU) titles on the same drive a 5TB will suffice such as a WD Passport or WD Game Drive. See my signature links for more information if you use a HDD larger than 2TB.
     
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