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    The Man on Ice 261311's Avatar
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    Stop bickering over what it's called, you can save stuff on a SD card in the form of memory, who cares?

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    Quote Originally Posted by FRuMMaGe
    You are very very wrong.

    You can use an SD card as a MEMORY CARD.

    Everyone knows this
    Yes, I said that for those that need to save their Wii games an Sd card can be used. I also said you shouldn't need to, as the Wii has a lot of room. Unless you have all the channels and download a lot of VC games then it comes in handy.

    I just never said Sd=Memory card or whatever.
    Don't think I was very very wrong.

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    what exactly is an SD card?is it what goes in digi cameras?

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    Quote Originally Posted by need a wii
    what exactly is an SD card?is it what goes in digi cameras?
    Yes, most cameras take SD cards.

    There is a compartment on the front of the Wii for them so you can put music/videos/pictures onto your wii and transfer saves from it.

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    thanks for the help
    so wud a camera card work on the wii ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by need a wii
    thanks for the help
    so wud a camera card work on the wii ?
    If it was SD, then yes.

    You can also view and edit your photos in the Picture Channel

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    I usually use SD cards for backing up my saves if any thing happens
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