Best WBFS Manager

Discussion in 'Wii - Backup Loaders' started by JinTrigger, May 25, 2010.

May 25, 2010

Best WBFS Manager by JinTrigger at 10:05 AM (8,356 Views / 0 Likes) 7 replies

  1. JinTrigger
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    As of tomorrow I will be a ubsloader user and I need to know what WBFS manager is the best in everyone's opinion. I've come to understand I'll need it to transfer my .iso to my external HDD. So which should I use.
     
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    would it hurt to install both and try them at the same time

    EDIT: Oh the GUI for WBFS manager or whatever is really nice.
     
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    wbfs_file 2.9 to create .wbfs files from isos and windows explorer or total commander to copy the files to the usb hard drive.
     
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    For me, Wii backup manager wins hands down but it's just a pity that it's no longer updated..
     
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    I swear I've seen a topic exactly like this recently...

    Ah...here we are: linky.


    I prefer wii backup manager, with wii game manager a close second. The reason is simple: they can handle FAT32 partitions nice and smoothly.
    WBFS manager only has a chance if you insist on using a clunky partitioning system and like having windows asking you to reformat your entire gaming drive every time you plug it in your PC. [​IMG]
     
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    Wiimms ISO Tools just don't get the attention they deserve, in my opinion...

    They're the best and most stable tools in my opinion, and there's also a small Java-GUI for it.
     

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