Gaming Wait, what? 0 bytes left?

Aijelsop

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I haven't used my Wii in a while, and I just downloaded a wad, I took out my SD card, and it say I have:

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Uh, what?

Last time I used my SD card, it was NOT full. How does this happen? The only thing I've done in the past month with the Wii was change my system theme, and read the Hulu message I got. How does it just fill up? I decided to delete a GBA rom I had, and it cleared up some space, but still. Does space just fill up by itself?
 

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Of course not. But what are you doing with the SD card? If you play an emulatored game and create a savegame, that goes to the SD card. If you use sneek or nand emulation cIOS, that'll put the wii savegames on the nand. And there are more possibilities.

It's probably worth checking the last modified dates on what's on that thing, rather than a simple screenshot of the drive itself.
 

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