Help! Creating folders in WBFS manager

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  1. Nossi
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    Hello. I am using USB Loader GX to play wii games. I want to use nintendont to play gamecube games but i'll need to format my usb stick, to make a new folder on my usb stick which will contain my Gamecube games. This is due to windows not supporting the wbfs format. this will cause me to lose all my wii games which i want to keep. I just wondered if there is anyway to create a new folder in WBFS manager for me to put my gamecube ISOs into.

    Thanks :)

    (I'm doing this on vWii by the way)
     
  2. migles

    migles Mei the sexiest bae

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    gamecube games only support fat32.

    use a tool to convert your wbfs to fat32, there is no reason to stay that way anymore, its even more instable...
     
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    do wii games work on fat 32? or do i need to get a cIOS?
    thanks for the reply by the way :)
     
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    i don't know if you need a cIOS since you are talking about vWII, this should be moved to wii u section

    but they work fine, i use fat32...
     
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    Thank you very much migles!
    It worked perfectly with fat32. thanks so much for the help. :D
    now i can play gamecube games and wii games \o/
     
  6. migles

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    thank you for telling me fat32 doesn't need a cIOS