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    Question Ability to Load Savedata from a SD?

    I know that by default you are not allowed to load your savedata from your SD card, but you are allowed to store savedata in and then move it back to the Wii to use it.

    Is there any type of app/hack/mod that allows you to load your savedata from the SD card?

    EDIT: Sorry for the confusion, but I meant to be able to have the Wii load the savedata even if it's in the SD Card. For example if I move my Call of Duty: Black Ops savedata to my SD Card and I try playing it says that there isn't any savedata on the Wii. Is it possible to be able to load the savedata from the SD Card ?

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    Yeah, Save Game Manager GX.

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    Use Savegame Manager to extract the savegame, then you can edit the files or whatever you wanna do, them put them back on the SD and Install the savegame.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Simon View Post
    Yeah, Save Game Manager GX.


    Quote Originally Posted by InspiredGFX View Post
    Use Savegame Manager to extract the savegame, then you can edit the files or whatever you wanna do, them put them back on the SD and Install the savegame.

    Sorry for the confusion, but I meant to be able to have the Wii load the savedata even if it's in the SD Card. For example if I move my Call of Duty: Black Ops savedata to my SD Card and I try playing it says that there isn't any savedata on the Wii. Is it possible to be able to load the savedata from the SD Card ?

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    Bump.
    Is this possible?

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    Another bump...
    Can someone at least say no if it's not possible and not just ignore this post, please?

    Thanks !

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