1. nitrostemp

    nitrostemp GBAtemp Advanced Maniac
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    ntfs support?
    but that already exists
    also
    you dont have to convert .isos to wbfs files iso loading is already supported
     
  2. tj_cool

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    If the ISO fits [​IMG]
    If its more than 4GB, it won't fit on FAT32
     
  3. wulfie

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    you can always scrub the iso [​IMG]
     
  4. tj_cool

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    Scrubbing isn't enough, you must shrink it too, or it will keep its 4.X GB I thought
     
  5. nitrostemp

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    but then the iso will get upset cause it had a bath last night and doesn't like frequent cleaning
     
  6. wulfie

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    then convert .iso to .wbfs [​IMG]
     
  7. nitrostemp

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    wbfs is annoying and fat32 is soo 1990's
     
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    What a helpful post. From what we can see in your signature ([​IMG]) your internet connection is also "soo 1990's" [​IMG] Is it even possible to play online with a ping of 41ms?
     
  9. drizzt007

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    is wii backup manager the only way to transfer an ISO to a fat32 USB drive?

    I've been trying to get this thing to work but it doesn't seem top want to work for me.
    if there's an alternative I'd like to try it.
     
  10. XFlak

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    first off, just want to say i use wii backup manager, and it is my personal fav manager

    other managers supporting fat

    Wii Game Manager
    wbfs_file (but this is a command-line interface)
     
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    Don't forget to install Microsoft .net Framework 3.5 first if you don't already have it.
     
  12. drizzt007

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    I just want to try something else to see if I run into the same issues , because right now it just don't work for me.
    whichever one I can get to work will be my favorite.
     
  13. EeZeEpEe

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    Once .iso files are converted to .wfbs, games are a lot easier to backup or transfer to another hard drive. No "middle-man" app to deal with. Just drag and drop. Plus, with FAT32 there's no wasted unusable space as apposed to a WBFS formatted hard drive. Maybe you should state exactly what's annoying to you about .wfbs files.
     
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    I assume you mean .wbfs files?
    Cause there is no "drag and drop" for WBFS partitions
     
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    Yup. That's what I meant. I'll fix my post.
     
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    I'm sure this question was posted before, but 539 pages make it impossible to read the entire post looking for the answer so i will ask it (again).

    How can I download the game covers for all my games at once?
     
  17. alowe

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    Can anyone help me, please? I'm a bit of a noob so sorry if this is a dumb question. I have my cousins external hard drive with wii games (1 TB). I am trying to transfer those games to my external so I am able to play those games. I downloaded wbfs file. But when I open it and plug in the TB with the games on it, it does not read that any games are on it. I switched the letter drive to E and refreshed and they are still not there. I assume I'm doing the correct process to transfer these games but don't understand why it's not working.
     
  18. nitrostemp

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    use this its easier http://gbatemp.net/index.php?showtopic=188295
     
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    I was playing NSMB last night and noticed the wii accessing the drive every so often. this would cause the music to stop for a few seconds.

    I have seen other games access the drive too. Is this normal?
     
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