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Can't access SDHC card with Rockband 2

We just updated to Wii 4.0. We have inserted an SDHC card with (4g) which is being recognized and can be managed on the main Wii menu. When we try to go to Rock Band 2 the following message appears: " The Device in the SD card slot cannot be used" then "SD card mode has been disabled" We bought the card specifically to load more songs on to . HELP!

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  • gransky54 May 26, 2009

    I recently purchased a 4gb SDHC memory card which is working fine with the Wii channels and Virtual console games. However with rockband2 and GHWT neither will allow me to use the card to save the additional downloaded songs i purchased. It doesnt make sense because i maxed out my existing 1gb non sdhc card and i want to download more songs (give them more money) yet it wont work. I did find a 4gb NON SDHC card by transcend which is being delivered as we speak. Hopefully this will work.

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Unfortunately, Rock Band 2 came out before the Wii upgrade that allows the use of SDHC cards. Due to the architecture of the Wii which doesn't allow software patches to games, the Rock Band 2 game uses the old drivers that can only read non-SDHC cards.
Unless Harmonix releases a new DVD with the new drivers programmed in, we're out of luck on using SDHC cards with RB2.

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Also, I think it's worse than just not being able to use SDHC cards with Rock Band 2 - we can only use SD cards up to a 2 GB max. Anything beyond a 2GB SD card, or any SDHC card, will not work with the games architecture and will be disabled. I bought a 4GB SDHC card for storing DLed music as well, and looked in to the matter when it didn't work. Bummer for us.

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