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Wii wont read memory card

I bought a 4gb sd card and my wii will not read it and the wii has been updated to the newest 4.0 version i had a 2gb ship in it and it was fine but now it wont read that either after i tried the 4gb chip any ideas

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Posted on Jul 22, 2009

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Is the lock slider on the sd card set to lock? if not try wiggling it around, sd lock slides are kinda touchy and can be reversed

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