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  • The memory card fit to Nintendo Wii/GameCube
  • Can independent save different kind of games
  • High speed and efficiency product
  • The Nintendo Wii Memory Card is easy to use
  • Quality assures
  • Bring over and share your saved data with friends
  • It is a christmas gifts or novelty Xmas gifts. A good choice for you
  • This is a non-OEM product
  • Capacity: 16MB

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Shincka GameCube Console 16MB Memory Card (Nude Packed) For Nintendo Wii

  • The Nintendo Wii memory card with high-speed, high transfer rate for fast copy/download, and built-in write protect switch to prevent accidental data loss

Shincka GameCube Console 16MB Memory Card (Nude Packed) For Nintendo Wii
Shincka GameCube Console 16MB Memory Card (Nude Packed) For Nintendo Wii

  • Easy to use, low battery consumption. It is a christmas gifts or novelty Xmas gifts. A good choice for you

How to Run Nintendo Roms on a DS Lite:

  • Nintendo DS Lite games are some of the most inventive, enjoyable and varied of those available for any game system, handheld or otherwise. However, the Nintendo DS Lite can do more. If you are willing to be adventurous with your Nintendo DS Lite, you can turn it into a portable Nintendo Entertainment System (or "NES"), opening up the library even wider and enabling you to enjoy classic games from console gaming's first golden age


  • Download nesDS. This is the NES emulator for Nintendo DS Lite that has the best compatibility, interface and ease of installation
  • Download ROMs for Nintendo Entertainment System. These are the software that contains the program code for all your favorite NES games. If you are an emulation enthusiast, you may have some on your computer already, or you can download ROMs from many websites on the Internet. One such site has been included in the Resources section to get you started
  • Transfer the nesDS file to your Nintendo DS Lite homebrew cartridge using the SD card reader. If your homebrew cartridge is an older variety that requires patching, consult the nesDS documentation page in the Resources section for the instructions unique to your hardware
  • Transfer the ROM files you wish to play on your Nintendo DS Lite to your homebrew cartridge. Eject and remove the cartridge and insert it into your Nintendo DS Lite. Use your homebrew cartridge's menu to select the nesDS executable file. Open ROM files within the program and enjoy retro NES gaming on your Nintendo DS Lite

How to Copy Files From a Flash Memory Card to a Computer:

  • Create a temporary home for the files currently existing on your memory card. To do this, click "My Computer" on your desktop. Double-click on any local drive to browse files and folders.
  • Create a new folder on your local drive and give it a suitable name, such as "Card Reader Content." Ensure that the name is easy to remember and identify
  • Connect your flash memory card to your computer's card memory slot
  • Use ActiveSync to complete the synchronization work
  • Go to the folder containing the contents of the flash memory card
  • Select all the contents in that folder. Choose "Select All" from the "Edit" menu on the top-left of your screen, or single-click each file while holding down the "Ctrl" key. Right click on the mouse and choose the "Copy" from the menu
  • Browse to the "Card Reader Content" folder in the explorer window. Find the "Edit" button and click "Paste."
  • Wait for the computer to copy files onto its hard drive. This process may take a while if the file size is large. Once the transfer is complete, the files from the flash memory card reader will be copied to your computer
  • Close the window and safely unplug your flash memory card from its slot

What is a Secure Digital(SD) Memory Card?

  • Secure Digital (SD) is a non-volatile memory card format developed by Panasonic, SanDisk, and Toshiba for use in portable devices. It is widely used in digital cameras, digital camcorders, handheld computers, netbook computers, PDAs, media players, mobile phones, GPS receivers, and video game consoles. Standard SD cards have an official maximum capacity of 2 GB, though technically they can store up to 4 GB.[1] SDHC (High-capacity) cards have a maximum capacity of 32 GB. SDXC (eXtended Capacity) allows for up to 2 TB cards
  • The format has proven very popular. Changes to the interface of the established format have made some older devices designed for standard SD cards (up to 4 GB) unable to handle newer formats such as SDHC ( more than 4 GB). All SD cards have the same physical shape, which causes confusion for many consumers

Design and Implementation:

SD cards are based on the older MultiMediaCard (MMC) format, but have a number of differences:

  • The SD card is asymmetrically shaped in order not to be inserted upside down, while an MMC would go in most of the way but not make contact if inverted
  • SD cards are broader than MMCs. SD cards generally mete 32×24×2.1 mm3, but as with MMCs can be as slim as 1.4mm if they lack a write-protect switch; such cards, called Thin SD, are described in the SD specification, but they are non-existent or rare in the market as most devices requiring a slimmer card use the smaller versions of SD: miniSD or microSD
  • The card's electrical contacts are recessed beneath the surface of the card, protecting them from contact with a user's fingers
  • SD cards typically have transfer rates in the range of 80-160 Mb/s, but this is subject to grow, due to recent improvements to the MMC standard

Devices with SD slots can use the slimmer MMCs, but standard SD cards will not fit into the slimmer MMC slots. miniSD cards can be used directly in SD slots with a simple passive adapter, since the cards differ in size and shape but not electrical interface. With an active electronic adapter, SD cards can be used in CompactFlash or PC card slots. Some SD cards include a USB connector for compatibility with desktop and laptop computers, and card readers allow SD cards to be accessed via connectivity ports such as USB, FireWire, and the parallel printer port. SD cards can also be accessed via a floppy disk drive with a FlashPath adapter

Compared to Other Flash Memory Formats:

  • Overall, SD is less open than CompactFlash or USB flash memory drives; these are open standards which can be implemented free of payment for licensing, royalties, or documentation. (CompactFlash and USB flash drives may, however, require licensing fees for the use of associated logos and trademarks.)
  • However, SD is much more open than Memory Stick, for which no public documentation nor any documented legacy implementation is available. All SD cards (other than microSD) can, at least, be accessed freely using the well-documented SPI/MMC mode
  • xD cards are simply 18-pin NAND flash chips in a special package and support the standard command set for raw NAND flash access. Although the raw hardware interface to xD cards is well understood, the layout of its memory contents-necessary for interoperability with xD card readers and digital cameras-is totally undocumented. The consortium that licenses xD cards has not released any technical information to the public

About SD Card:

  • SD Basics - SD stands for "Secure Digital," which means that the storage device supports Digital Rights Management to prevent unauthorized access to the data
  • MicroSD Card Properties - A microSD card has about 25 percent of the physical size of a standard SD card. Its total area is about the same as a dime
  • The SD Card Association - The SD Card Association is a trade association that decides on the technical and marketing aspects of SD cards. It decided that TransFlash cards would be renamed "microSD" cards
  • MiniSD - There is another similar-sounding format called "miniSD." These cards are too large to fit in microSD slots, but microSD cards can fit in a miniSD slot with an adapter
  • MicroSDHC Variant - The "HC" stands for "High Capacity." An SDHC card is not fully compatible with an SD slot, but there are workarounds for reading data on the card

Tips & Warnings:

  • These instructions are for using nesDS on Nintendo DS Lite, but will work on all members of the Nintendo DS family
  • You may wish to store your Nintendo Entertainment System ROM files within a folder on your homebrew cartridge for ease of organization

Package Included:

  • 1 x Nintendo Wii GameCube Console 16MB Memory Card