Anyone know why New Super Mario Bros wont go on my HardDrive??

Discussion in 'Wii - Hacking' started by sfulla31, Sep 10, 2010.

  1. sfulla31
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    sfulla31 Member

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    Nov 28, 2009
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    I first hacked my wii nearly 12 months ago now and i was loading my games via a seagate 250gb usb drive. I had approx 120 games on it and eventually I decided I needed a bigger usb drive so around 6 months i got myself a 500gb verbatim. I cloned the drive via wbfs and everything was great but as this drive was full (208 games) I again decided to "upgrade" & just yesterday I bought a 1TB Hitachi XL1000 usb. I again left the drives to clone overnight (via wbfs) and this morning when i looked on my pc I saw that it had copied 206 games so i checked and saw that new super mario bros and big bass fishing were the missing ones. Ive spent all day trying to copy them on to the drive but i keep getting the message that they are already on the drive which they are not. i then extracted new super mario bros to my desktop and then loaded it like that and was pleased when it appeared to install, however when i looked again the game i extracted as nsmb from the verbatim had copied onto the hitachi as big bass fishing!!! ITS DOING MY HEAD IN...ANY SUGGESTIONS?
     
  2. moosehunter

    moosehunter GBAtemp Regular

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    Try using a FAT32 or NTFS filesystem. WBFS is old and outdated.
     
  3. dn_angel000

    dn_angel000 Phantom User

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    I'd format the HDD completely then add NSMBW and BBF 1st then the other 1s after!
     
  4. sfulla31
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    sfulla31 Member

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    Thanks everyone, Ill try it tonight
     
  5. mike333

    mike333 GBAtemp Advanced Fan

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    Extract_wbfs_all from wbfs_file allows You To convert all drive into fat32 by issuing one command.
    You can also add "-g" switch and save lots of space.
    It is good idea to run memtest86 before such mass migration.
     
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