Hacking Partitioning a WBFS drive

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No, you can't.

You'll have to copy all your games to another HD, and then you can make mess with the old one. WBFS is a format which won't/can't be detected by all partition programms, so your whole WBFS-Parition will be deleted anyways. Because of that, while you're at it, I suggest to screw WBFS and use FAT32 or NTFS for loading Wii-Games, much better and easier.
 

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Blue-K said:
No, you can't.

You'll have to copy all your games to another HD, and then you can make mess with the old one. WBFS is a format which won't/can't be detected by all partition programms, so your whole WBFS-Parition will be deleted anyways. Because of that, while you're at it, I suggest to screw WBFS and use FAT32 or NTFS for loading Wii-Games, much better and easier.

I'll just choose games for keeps and delete some, then I'll just change to fat32. thanks :3
 

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