Can you partition a hard drive half NTSF and half FAT32 ?

Discussion in 'Wii - Backup Loaders' started by another_waster, Jun 30, 2009.

  1. another_waster
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    I understand windows files use NTSF ?

    And the Wii needs it to be FAT32 ?

    So what I was hoping to do is have half for Wii games, and half for video files...

    Is this possible?

    Also if it is how much space would you leave for Wii games, as I believe the full 4.7gig iso isnt copied and its just the game data.

    Thanks [​IMG]
     
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    You can use partitionmagic, but when you also make a wsbf partion you can put the wii games, so you can use USBLoader
     
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    So I would just use a program like partitionmagic to make the first half FAT32 for the wii and the second part NTSF for movies...

    Then follow http://gbatemp.net/index.php?showtopic=146887 to make the first partition ready for the wii?

    [​IMG] ? [​IMG] ? [​IMG] ?

    What size do you think I should leave for the wii? Will 150 gig do, I read some games are very small...
     

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