Nintendo 148Hx210W Video Game Console User Manual

Label faces
towards the Wii
game disc slot
SD Card SDHC Card
miniSD Card
and Adapter
microSD Card
and Adapter
Using Memory Cards
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Using Memory Cards
Using Nintendo GameCube Memory Cards
NOTE: Nintendo GameCube Memory Cards can only be used to save game
information for Nintendo GameCube Game Discs.
To use a Nintendo GameCube Memory Card, open the slot cover and insert the
memory card as shown below.
Note: Label faces
towards the top or
right side of the
Wii console.
Using Memory Cards
Using SD Memory Cards
SD Cards are used in many digital cameras and cell phones and for data storage on PCs.
The Wii console accepts only SD or SDHC Cards (32 GB maximum), including miniSD
or SDHC and microSD or SDHC Cards when used with their respective adapters.
An SD memory card can be used to store the following data from the Wii system
Game save information from Wii games (depending on the game, some
information cannot be copied to SD cards)
Certain data from the Wii Channel applications
Games downloaded through the Wii Shop Channel such as Virtual Console and
WiiWare games
Add-on content downloaded within a game
NOTE: Games and add-on content copied to an SD Card cannot be used with a
different Wii console.
To use an SD Card, open the SD Card slot cover
on the front of the console and insert the SD
Card until it clicks into place.
See the SD Card Menu and Photo Channel sections in the Wii Operations
Manual - Channels and Settings for more information on using SD Cards with
the Wii system.
If purchasing a new SD Card, a list of cards that have been tested to work with the Wii console can
be found in the Wii - Systems and Accessories section of
CAUTION: Do not insert or remove memory cards when reading or writing
information to or from the card or initializing the card. Doing so may damage the
Wii console or memory card, or permanently destroy data.
Wii Operations Manual