Can't Transfer SSBB to HDD

Discussion in 'Wii - Backup Loaders' started by Elxar, Jul 27, 2013.

  1. Elxar
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    Okay so here is my problem: I got a wbfs file of Smash Bros. Brawl about 6+ gigabyte in size. But I cannot transfer it to my external HDD (FAT32). I'm using Wii back up manager. Its says its finished but there is no file on the ext HDD. I'm thinking its because the file exceed the 4GB limit. So any tips on how to do this? Maybe a tool to split the wbfs into 2 parts so I could transfer it. I'm stuck right now any help is appreciated Thanks.
     
  2. Duo8

    Duo8 I don't like video games

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    You'll have to reformat your drive to wbfs or ntfs.
     
  3. Elxar
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    Tried that but still the same. Still cant be transferred.
     
  4. calmwaters

    calmwaters Cat's best friend

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    Your HDD should be formatted to Fat32 and you should use Wii Game Manager. Right click on the ISO and check the "create WBFS file" with a 4GB split.
     
  5. Elxar
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    Can you please give me the link for The Wii game manager? Thanks really appreciate it.
     
  6. Hielkenator

    Hielkenator GBAtemp Psycho!

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    LOL, You have the notrious BAD DUMP.

    Redump your game with CFG loader to fix the problem.
    The problem is because of the game containing more than 12 game partitions.
    You probably downloaded it ( shame! ).
    Even if you get the game to work you will unable to play some of the VC games that are present on the game.
     
  7. Elxar
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    Nah actually it works now after using the Wii manager after splitting the file and transferring it. Though now I'm keeping a wbfs partition now. Thanks for the help.