The Wii on-board system memory can be used for storing more than just game files and saves. In a pinch, you can use your Wii system memory to store other types of files as well, such as WAD files, which are typically used as archives for game information. Transferring these files from an SD card to your Wii on-board memory is a routine procedure that anyone owning a Wii system should be able to quickly accomplish.
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Things you need
- SD card containing WAD files
Insert the SD card into your Wii console's SD card slot.
Start the Wii and click on the "Wii Settings" option in the lower left hand corner of the screen.
Choose the "Data Management" option, click on "Save Data," and click on the "Wii."
Click on the "SD Card," click on the WAD file you wish to copy to the Wii and select the "Copy" button.
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