How to resize and create a new FAT32 partition On WBFS

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  1. laserbeak43
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    Hi,
    I've made my HDD a full WBFS and i regret it now cause i want to throw some .avi files on there too.
    Can i make a new partition anyway or do i have to erase it all and start from scratch?
    thanks
     
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    Bum-skigety Bum-skigety Bump!
     
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    Member imapterodactyl GBAtemp Fan

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    There's no way to resize your WBFS partition, so if you want to add FAT, the only thing you can do is wipe the whole thing. Also, when you repartition, be sure to make your FAT32 partition 1st and primary, if you want Mplayer-CE etc to see it.
     
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    Member dodol GBAtemp Regular

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    unfortunately there are no WFBS resize utility.
     
  5. Screemer

    Member Screemer GBAtemp Maniac

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    and that's the biggest downside about wbfs.
     
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    well that freaking sucks... but hey, it's not like i would have coded a fix for it so i guess i can't complain. thx guys.
     
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    use wbfsmanager to extract all games at once, fastest way to go [​IMG]
     
  8. laserbeak43
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    that's the plan [​IMG].
    I'm starting to wonderif its even worth the trouble though [​IMG] i mean i already have a dvd player that can play .avi, oh yeah my burner died, that's why i wanted it.
    oh what a hassle. [​IMG]
     

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