How to set up my SD for CFG USBLoader.

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Feb 6, 2011
  1. Godzilla0192
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    I just recently hacked my Wii and I want to get my CFG USB Loader working.

    So far I have "apps" and "WADS"

    But where would I put the iso's?

    WADS? apps?

    Thanks!

    ~Godzilla
     
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    You must make a new folder called "wbfs"

    Then put your iso's there.

    But you must convert them to .wbfs files.
     
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    Thanks...

    How do I make a ISO into a .wbfs file?
     
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    Wii Backup Manager.
     
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    Once you have the ISO on your desktop you will drag it onto this file.

    And it will convert it for you...

    Hope this taught you how to use the forum mate? [​IMG]
     
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    This is not entirely true. Configurable USB Loader, for example, can play Wii games from the wbfs folder even if they are still in .ISO format. However, .WBFS is the recommended format, and they take up much less room. Wii Backup Manager allows you to select the ISO file, and it will immediately convert it into .WBFS and put it in the correct directory in the correct format on your USB drive.
     
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    But don't you need it to be in NTFS in order to use ISO?

    But "the more you know" I guess.. [​IMG]
     
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