wii system memory

Discussion in 'Wii - Hacking' started by dysan, Jul 24, 2010.

Jul 24, 2010

wii system memory by dysan at 11:22 AM (2,025 Views / 0 Likes) 9 replies

  1. dysan
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    Member dysan GBAtemp Advanced Fan

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    is there any way to increase the wii's system memory?

    I want to install some wiiware but I only have about 130 blocks free.
    sure I haven't deleted anything for the past 4 years but save data is like 2-3 blocks each!

    maybe I could run wiiware though my sd card without installing them to the wii's memory?
     
  2. raulpica

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    You can run WiiWare off the SD (sort of) with any System Menu above 4.0, or you can use Triiforce.
     
  4. luminalace

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    I run all my Wiiware directly off my SD card...no fancy sneek/ triiforce needed! Also there are like 20 pages for your Wiiware on the SD card menu so very hard to fully fill up!
     
  5. nicksasa

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    Lies! It does not directly run from SD Card [​IMG] it is copied from SD Card to the wii systeml memory and then launched, when you start another game from the SD the old one is deletec from the system memory (if you are talking about sd card menu)
     
  6. SifJar

    Member SifJar Not a pirate

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    No you don't. You may think you do, but you don't. In actual fact, it is copied to the system memory first, then run, then deleted from system memory. Which may wear out system memory and sd card, copying back and forth often.
     
  7. tj_cool

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    It doesn't delete it after you exit the game afaik, it overwrites it when you copy something else (aka play another game from the SD card menu).
    Unless that's what you meant.

    The NAND is designed to be rewritten countless times, but of course it won't last forever...
     
  8. luminalace

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    Sorry guys my mistake...it does get loaded in System memory first but I play my Wiiware alot and have never had any problems!
     
  9. PsyBlade

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    you could go and check the savegames again
    while most games are 100
    sadly I dont remember which

    edit: just rememberd eledes was a big one
     
  10. bugaveli

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    ssbb is like 128 blocks i think possibly more, super rugby league is 128 or more. there was one that 218 that i had deleted but cant remember which one. the how to connect to the net channel is huge as well if u have that
     

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