1. letsalllovelain

    OP letsalllovelain Newbie
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    I am trying to transfer a .iso melee file to a usb drive so I can play it on my wii, but the latest version of Wii backup manager seems to be having some issues. I have formated my usb to FAT32, the .iso files are fine and work on dolphin, I have watched multiple tutorials on this process, and I can't seem to find a thread or video on this specific issue.
    The issue is that the program displays as if it's transferring the game to the usb, but it finishes immediately and displays the transfer time as zero. I go to check the WBFS file on the flash drive, and there is just a disc.info file.
     

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  2. Shadow#1

    Shadow#1 Wii, 3DS Softmod & Dumpster Diving Expert
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    Super Smash Bros Melee is a Gamecube game not wii
     
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  3. Illuminaticy

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    Like shadow said, its a gamecube game, not a Wii game.
    Gamecube games will go in this format (assuming you're using Nintendont/USB Loader GX)

    ex. games/Game Name/game.iso <--- the .iso must be named "game"
    ex. games/Super Smash Bros Melee/game.iso <--- once again, must be game.iso, nothing else, not melee.iso, not supersmashmelee.iso

    No wii backup manager needed, just proper name/path is all you need.
     
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