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Discussion in 'Nintendo Wii Chat' started by sargepeter, Aug 29, 2007.

  1. sargepeter

    sargepeter WiiChat Member

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    how would i get a save file from the internet and put it on my wii
    its pissing me off
     
  2. Bigjake52

    Bigjake52 Wii fan Boy till the end

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    Well this is what you do
    1.Coppy your game save to your sd card
    2.Download the game save to the computer
    3.coppy it to the folder
    4.You have to coppy the name of the old save
    5.Delete the old save
    6.Coppy the save to the wii
     
  3. sargepeter

    sargepeter WiiChat Member

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    ok but where would i get a sd card
     
  4. Syntax

    Syntax That Canucks Fan

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    You can buy one at any gaming store.
     
  5. Byuakuya

    Byuakuya Bleach & Heroes fan.

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    Kingston SD cards can be purchased for around £8.00 from Amazon.co.uk.
     
  6. sargepeter

    sargepeter WiiChat Member

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    ok thanks ill go and buy one wats the biggest mb you can buy and how much do you think it will be
     
  7. daviduk200

    daviduk200 The XBOX 360 Guy

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    2 gb is the biggest i think. you and they are not to exspensive, areound
    £9-£10 UK or $15-20 US
     

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