I have all my wii games on a back up drive, I went to make a copy of the drive to have in the other room for the kids, and hit format by mistake. I know from this post below I can save the files, using Hex Editor However, im not understanding the post that well I guess. When I search for wbfs I get this. in the first image, and I can find all the games listed on the drive, but no idea how to recover them, pictured in the second picture, any advice would be great. It formatted the drive from wbfs to ntfs btw. What you need to do (theoretically) is: 1. Get a hex editor that can handle hard drive partitions. e.g. HxD http://mh-nexus.de/en/ 2. Search for "WBFS" - this will probably be at sector 63 or 64 3. Change the 0x00's from byte 12 onwards to 0x01 for however many games you have on the disc. 4. thats it You can find out how many images you have on there by looking at the successive sectors and counting the disc titles you find. The first 12 bytes in the partition sector are: "WBFS" 4 bytes of partition size 4 bytes of housekeeping (size of sector, size of wbfs sector, two pads) The rest of the sector is the usage table and thats what you need to change.