SD card usage

Discussion in 'Wii - Hardware, Devices and Utilities' started by rajawal1, May 15, 2007.

  1. rajawal1
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    What do you use your SD Card on your wii for?
    I only use it to backup my save and the internet channel.
    You guys know any other feature/usage for it?
     
  2. Yoshimashin

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    Some people use it for images when they go to friends/relatives houses or just for display at home. I have an XBOX for that, but its good for those who dont have one.
     
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    ... ? How do you use the SD card with the Internet Channel?
     
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    I use the SD card to save (Backup) my internet channel.
    I believe you can backup your other channels as well (vote channel etc).
    I really wish that I can save my Gamecube gamesave on my SD card.

    So if there's no other usage of the SD card, then a 64 or 128 MB SDcard is plenty to backup your channels and saved games then.
     
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    I used to use it for watching TV episodes I downloaded when I didn't feel like watching them on my laptop screen, but the quality really sucked. Then I figured out how to just burn them to dvd format and play them on my ps2
     
  6. Sick Wario

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    i LOVE SD cards
    i have 4x 1GB and 1x2GB

    uses?
    i use 1 in supercard SD
    i use 1 in my wii with pics, .mp3s and save-swapping
    another one for watching .avi movies/shows on divx player with SD slot! it's faster than burning a dvd

    really SD and microSD are the way to go