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Hard Drive and Enclosure for CFGUSB

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#1
Been happily hacked for a while now. Got a enclosure and HD that work great. Thing is its a 3.5 drive and enclosure and its big but my main reason for wanting to tinker with it is I want auto on and off. I figure if I switch down to one of the 2.5 enclosure that are powered by USB I wouldnt have to worry about powering on or off the drive. Anyone use that? Any input on it? Thinking about using these

RX25-AT-SC-BLK ROSEWILL
Western Digital 320 GB Black SATA II 7200 RPM 16 MB Cache Bulk/OEM Notebook Hard Drive
(toss into amazon for specs, wont let me post links)

With this setup ill get auto on and off and a slim package. This way I can fit my new Wii U on the same shelf, assuming it works as I hope it will...
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#2
Look at the wii usb compatibility list (google will help)
as not all drives work with the wii, this should stop expensive mistakes
#3
I also find this unfair because the console should have plenty of power for the hard drive but it appears that the console is lacking power.


Also a warning do not do a system transfer from a hacked wii to a wii u you will be perma banned from the nintendo wifi connection it's the new security feature of the wii u not a big deal considering why would you try to transfer from the wii to the wii u if you hacked it anyways
#4
Originally posted by megadunderhead:
I also find this unfair because the console should have plenty of power for the hard drive but it appears that the console is lacking power.


Also a warning do not do a system transfer from a hacked wii to a wii u you will be perma banned from the nintendo wifi connection it's the new security feature of the wii u not a big deal considering why would you try to transfer from the wii to the wii u if you hacked it anyways
he hasnt got a wii u? has anyone yet? you keep popping up and spreading unreleated shit! the op was about a wii
#5
Originally posted by tongs007:
Originally posted by megadunderhead:
I also find this unfair because the console should have plenty of power for the hard drive but it appears that the console is lacking power.


Also a warning do not do a system transfer from a hacked wii to a wii u you will be perma banned from the nintendo wifi connection it's the new security feature of the wii u not a big deal considering why would you try to transfer from the wii to the wii u if you hacked it anyways
he hasnt got a wii u? has anyone yet? you keep popping up and spreading unreleated shit! the op was about a wii
but he mentioned that it was for his wii u once he gets one and yes i have a wii u and yes i already blacklisted one for trying to mess with its transfer utility from one console to another because i have a u.s wii and a japanese wii the japanese wii is hacked so is the u.s one as well when i tried to transfer my settings which included my shop data also hacked it locked off the wireless adapter.

i now have a dead wii u because i can't do anything when it's not online man foxconn got this one good
#6
might be not enough amperage to the usb ports. some pc's have that issue with the front usb ports.
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