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1. Posted: Fri 16th Apr 2010 15:01 BST
Hey, im currently using a 2 GB SD card but am gonna buy a 16 or 32 GB SDHC, so can someone pls tell me if it is possible to transfer all my wii data and rock band 2 dlc to the new SD card?? And if it is possible then how?
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2. Posted: Fri 16th Apr 2010 15:14 BST
Welcome to NL kaio. If you have an SD reader for your PC then you can just copy all the files by dragging them onto the new SD card. It also helps for you to back up all your data that way.
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3. Posted: Fri 16th Apr 2010 15:18 BST
thanks for the welcome and the info aviator, but do u have any idea if i ll lose my Rockband 2 DLC or not that way???
4. Posted: Fri 16th Apr 2010 15:22 BST
The quick way would be to use a PC to copy the data from one card to the other. Be sure to keep the folders in the same order. The slow way would be to put in your new card and start re-downloading everything. It doesn't cost any more, but it can take a while. Rock Band 2 will not read an SD card larger than 2GB, though. It just won't. Sorry... So you might as well keep all your RB2 songs where they are... hope that was helpful.
5. Posted: Fri 16th Apr 2010 15:24 BST
oh yeah i forgot abt the SD issues with RB2 but thanks a lot , can i use 2 SD cards?? like use the rb2 dlc one wen playing that n the 16 GB ones for the other games???
6. Posted: Fri 16th Apr 2010 15:27 BST
If you were to copy all your data (cause you don't know where your rockband stuff is) into 2 different SD cards, 2 and 16. Then you could just put in the 2GB card whenever you play RB and keep the 16 in the Wii all the rest of the time.
7. Posted: Fri 16th Apr 2010 15:32 BST
there r 2 SD slots on the wii??
8. Posted: Fri 16th Apr 2010 15:36 BST
No. Only one.
Do you need to upgrade to a bigger SD card?
Edited on Fri 16th April, 2010 @ 15:36 by Aviator
9. Posted: Fri 16th Apr 2010 15:39 BST
yep im thinking the 16 GB 1 for now cause the 32 GB is too expensive for me
10. Posted: Fri 16th Apr 2010 15:55 BST
Well, as stated, you'd need to swap cards then because Rock Band 2 won't recognise anything bigger than a 2GB card since SDHC support wasn't in place when Rock Band 2 was originally released.
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11. Posted: Fri 16th Apr 2010 15:57 BST
thanks a lot sean n everyone now for which brand of SD card to purchase
12. Posted: Fri 16th Apr 2010 16:15 BST
I'd recommend Sandisk, and avoid Kingston.
13. Posted: Fri 16th Apr 2010 16:18 BST
I'd reccomend SanDisk or PNY.
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14. Posted: Fri 16th Apr 2010 16:18 BST
can u tell me where id find a cheap 16 GB SDHC??
15. Posted: Fri 16th Apr 2010 18:05 BST
What's wrong with Kingston? They've been making officially supported memory DIMMs for PCs and mini-computers since the dawn of time.
16. Posted: Fri 16th Apr 2010 20:18 BST
Kingston is the bomb when it comes to RAM, but their compact-flash cards for cameras are absolute crap. considering how much it sucks to lose perhaps weeks of photos (not to mention at least one major photo shoot that was lost and thus had to be done over) because of a messed up memory card, i wouldn't trust their SD cards either, to be honest. not with anything super-important, anyway, lol.
never had a problem yet with a SanDisk memory card/USB stick, though.
Edited on Fri 16th April, 2010 @ 20:18 by theblackdragon
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17. Posted: Fri 16th Apr 2010 23:42 BST
Hmmm, that sucks - well, my cards are all Sandisk anyway; I'm pretty sure they invented the format so I'd hope they were reliable!
18. Posted: Sat 17th Apr 2010 09:54 BST
sandisk??? hence the SD??
19. Posted: Tue 20th Apr 2010 15:39 BST
I think it's a happy coincidence. SD actually means "Secure Digital" - part of the spec is an anti-duplication measure which was intended to prevent them from being used as a vector for piracy, though I'm not sure how that works or if it's apparent to most people.
20. Posted: Thu 22nd Apr 2010 17:37 BST