Hacking 2 quick WBFS questions

Bloodlust

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If I use WBFS manager 2.2x and want to add ISOs to the already WBFS partition :

1) Must the WBFS partition be the primary partition? From what I read, if it's not only USB loader will be able to see it whereas WBFS manager won't detect it properly
2) Only ISO images created by Imgburn can be recgonized and added with WBFS?

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1) the partition should be formatted as "primary"NOT logical as I personally experienced problems with logical.
2) ANY .ISO files can be used with wbfs managers, if your manager doesnt, something should be wrong.
 

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middeloni said:
1) the partition should be formatted as "primary"NOT logical as I personally experienced problems with logical.
2) ANY .ISO files can be used with wbfs managers, if your manager doesnt, something should be wrong.

If the primary partition is D: and not C:, would that pose to be a problem? Or so long as its a primary partition everything will be fine? Thanks again...
 

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Drive letters are not important, if it's a primary partition it's Ok. My drive letter for the WBFS partition is F:\ and it works fine.
 
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