What format does the Wii use?
The Wii Optical Disc (RVL-006) is the physical game medium for the Wii, created by Panasonic. Nintendo extended its proprietary technology to use a full size 12 cm, 4.7/8.54 GB DVD-based disc, retaining the benefits of the GameCube Game Disc, and adding the standard capacity of a double-layer DVD-ROM.
Do you need SD card for Wii?
An SD Card is not required. However, it is possible to save Wii Channels, Virtual Console games and WiiWare titles on an SD or SDHC Card (maximum 32 GB). To write to an SD Card, the Wii console requires a downloaded update. To download updates you will need to connect your Wii to the internet.
How do I view SD card on Wii?
To use an SD Card, open the SD Card Slot cover on the front of the console and insert the SD Card. For information on viewing your SD card’s photos with the Wii console consult the Wii Manual. For information on organizing Wii console data to an SD Card consult the Wii Manual.
Can Wii read fat32?
I bought an external hard drive to play my Wii backups, but FAT32 is not an option, only NTFS and exFAT. If you’re using USBLoaderGX, you can use NTFS. If you want to play GC games with Nintendont, it needs to be FAT32 or at least have a FAT32 partition.