1. Oatmeald

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    I recently got a new wii, and I wanted to add some ISOs I had stored on a hard drive. I got the Wii Backup Manager and formatted my USB drive to WBFS, and downloaded an iso off of a site. Whenever I try to add the game to the Wii Backup Manager, it says it's adding, but the percentage and mb/s don't go up. Then, after about 1 minute, it finishes instantly, but the game doesn't show up on the game list. I couldn't find any relevant fix for this. Does anybody know what I can do?
     
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  2. Tetsuo Shima

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    This is not a warez site!!! Remove the link instantly.:angry:

    You have to convert your Wii ISO's to WBFS, but your HDD should be formatted to FAT32 with 32k clusters.
     
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    I know, but this doesn't help the current issue. The .iso folder I tried to add to the WBM's game list isn't showing up after attempting to.
     
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    No clue, never used wbm cause I'm on linux.
    Did you try wbfs manager?

    You removed the link but you left the site name, not much of a difference. Remove it or you'll be banned
     
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    I tried to originally, but I couldn't find a version that wasn't riddled with viruses.
    Also, I found the log that says:
    Invalid partition found
    Error reading partition
    Invalid Wii disc
     
  6. alexander1970

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    Hello.:)

    Did you use an USB Stick/Flash or Thumb Drive/Pen Drive or this Kind ?
    If yes,please use an HDD.It spares your Nerves.:)

    Thank you.:)
     
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    I am using a USB drive, but I think I recently found the issue. The site I downloaded it from lets you select which format you want it in, and I wanted the .wbfs format. I had to cancel the installation and restart it, so I accidentally selected the .nkit.iso file, which doesn't work on wii consoles. I'm redownloading it right now in the .wbfs format, so hopefully it works.
     
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