I purchased a 4 GB card and figured that since the official "Wii" card manufacturer was Sandisk, that I should purchase it from the same maker. Also, I searched/googled on Nintendo Wii's website - it states that if you don't have the Wii system updated - it wouldn't read anything over 2 but after updating, it wouldn't read anything under 2. Hope this helps others.
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Sorry for the newbie question, but I can't save my progress because we don't have enough slots/memory in the internal memory on the Wii.
Can anyone share suggestions for the best type of SD card? I was trying to research it, but came across mixed reviews - like some SD cards don't work with certain games - having to do with the brand, and the ones with the Wii logo by Sandisk seem like they won't have enough memory (2 GB or less). So if you can let me know the best brand and how much storage (like 2 GB or 32 GB) - this info is much appreciated!
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