Can I split my USB drive into a part WBFS and a part ...

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  1. Langin
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    I've searched on this, I cannot find anything really useful. My question: can I split my LaCie 1000GB drive into a piece of WBFS and a piece of NTFS?(Or whatever it is called so I can use it for things on my Windows PC)

    If it is possible, is there a good guide that really explains and gives links to downloads? If yes would you like to give it?

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    It is possible but why would you do that when all good usb loader can run games from NTFS without any known difference .
     
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    Does Wiiflow? :wtf: I never knew! Does it also support big files? :D And I just copy paste ISO files?
     
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    Yup wiiflow, gx loader & cfg loader all support NTFS from a long while ago & it supports all game size . Just use WBM to transfer your games & you won't face any trouble .
     
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    Right I will format my drive soon to NTFS.(Any tips for that? :D)
     
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    If your drive is already wbfs & filled with games then try using wbfs2fat to convert it to fat then windows can easily convert it to ntfs by doing this . This way you will have a ntfs formatted drive with all your games already placed . If wbfs2fat failed for some reason or you don't have a wbfs partition then just a quick format should do .
     

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