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Wii Hard drive question

Discussion in 'Nintendo Wii Hardware' started by Seanmc, Nov 8, 2007.

  1. Seanmc

    Seanmc WiiChat Member

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    I have THIS hard drive connected to my TV, which sits next to my Wii. The Wii has a USB port and so does the drive. Can I connect them for any use?
     
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    as of right now i do not believe so.
    but maybe their could be a firmware update that alllows you to in the future
     
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    Waky Wii Habs Rule. Period.

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    I dunno. I wouldn't risk it, it could mess up your wii.:frown2:

    Or you could, and realize that it works.:smilewinkgrin:

    Your choice:scared:
     
  4. Seanmc

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    I won't risk it either, just in case it causes problems.:(
     
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    i mean i charge my zune using my wii usb slots lol so maybe it will work but prob not lol
     
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    It won't hurt your Wii, but it also won't be useful for anything.
     
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    Byuakuya Bleach & Heroes fan.

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    The Wii cannot support any kind of external storage other than a SD card. This may be different in the future, but for now, SD cards are your only option.
     
  8. Seanmc

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    If WiiLi ever gets released it could be a handy little add on.

    Thanks for the replies

    Sean
     

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