Any Way to load games from my media player?

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Mar 15, 2011
  1. lusamoel
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    Newcomer lusamoel Newbie

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    Hi guys Hope you can help, I have a media player with a hard drive in and was wondering whats the best way to
    have part of it for loading games onto the wii. I have succesfully loaded games VIa WBFS maager. But i need the media player box to recognize it to play movies either Fat or NTSF. Im guessing theres no way just to drag n drop on the the drive then use loader like wiiflow to load them up but im hopeing theres a way i can do it [​IMG]
    Thnx..
     
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    afaik, WBFS manager only converts games to be used in WBFS format. However, pretty much all loaders (including wiiflow) can load games from FAT32, and even from NTFS. You just need a different program to it (wii backup manager), and a bit of configuring to let wiiflow know where to find the games (the manager'll take care of that).
     
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    As of right now there is no loader that loads games and media files that would be a wonderful pics of homebrew though .
     
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    It should be no problem as long as you can create a folder named wbfs in the root folder of you player. Some players delete such folders. Then you would need to convert your .isos to .wbfs files with wbfs_file or some manager (like Wii Backup Manager). Then you put these files into the wbfs folder in one of the possible filename/folder schemes (just leave it like the converter put it out). That should work with all current USB loaders.



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