Hacking Repost: vWii is bricked. Can't access at all anymore. Any way to fix it?

El_Doot

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What I think probably happened was the virtual console games OR wii u data took up too much space so it wouldn’t let you into the vWii, and clearing the SLCCMPT made it not work at all
The problem could have been that your Wii U data is taking up too much space but I’m not sure
 
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    Maintain is easy, especially for who was never fat
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    Can you?
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  • NoobletCheese @ NoobletCheese:
    that is a question i've been pondering for some time -- what is the normal running distance for a healthy human? there doesn't seem to be any objective answer. i would imagine a typical unfit person would only be able to go 50 meters or so before having to stop and catch their breath.
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  • NoobletCheese @ NoobletCheese:
    during my regular 30 minute walks i'll jog as far as i can about 3 times before running out of breath. and after a couple of months im only up to around 200m, which is quite pathetic. i dont know what im supposed to do to improve this.
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    i think body weight has a lot to do with it. imagine strapping a few 10L kegs of water to a skinny person and seeing how far they get
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    on the other hand, muscular athletes can jog for ages, but i think its their muscle to weight ratio is much higher
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    anyway, i'll keep working at it. once i can get up to about 1km i'll be satisfied
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  • NoobletCheese @ NoobletCheese:
    still, some joggers reckon you should be able to run for half an hour
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    Whenever I run, I'm always tired at the start, and then feel neutral after 10 minutes
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    A couple years after, after running regularly, I was able to run 8km with relative same amount of effort
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    @NoobletCheese I don't know, thanks for the input
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    Dark_Phoras @ Dark_Phoras: @NoobletCheese I don't know, thanks for the input