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Nov 18, 2009

2 questions by wiimanizer at 9:05 AM (869 Views / 0 Likes) 6 replies

  1. wiimanizer
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    1) is it possible to partition a portion of my ext hdd into wbfs without losing data and how would it be done?(since i have a 1 tb ext.hdd that's used up about 85% and i want to condense all the ISOs onto a wbfs drive so that it'll take up less space and possibly be able to use the wbfs for my wii as well)

    2) i used RegionFrii and WiiBrickBlocker to RF some of my games and to "remove" the update partition from the iso so that i could burn the iso onto a dvd-r and run it properly without problem, but then when i open up WBFS manager 3.0 and get into checking what region it is, it still shows PAL. why is that?
     
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    someone?
     
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    2. Because even though the game is RF, the game has to show a region of some sort. That's why it shows as PAL. And BTW if you try to run an NTSC version of that game your save will not carry over.
     
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    why wont the save carry over? i have pal versions of rabbids go home and CoDMW:R for example, and the saves are just fine...
     
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    I did Number 1 with Partition Magic. Kept all my video, music, iso, etc on the existing NTFS partition, made an additional 200GB NTFS partition, and then formatted the new partition with WBFS Manager.
     
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    deleted own double post
     
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    which one is better to use, partition magic or partition wizard home edition?
     

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