Possible to partition a WBFS formatted drive??

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Aug 21, 2009
  1. BiPoLaR
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    Member BiPoLaR GBAtemp Regular

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    I have a 200GB HDD entirely formatted to WBFS. Originally, I wanted to dedicate the entire thing to Wii games, but now with NAND emu and whatnot, I would like maybe 25-50gb FAT32. Is it possible to to partition now... without using another to HDD to clone? thanks for any info.
     
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    Not possible.

    If you still have the ISO files on your PC, you can just delete the WBFS partition, create whatever size partitions you want, then copy the ISO's back with WBFS manager.

    If you no longer have the ISO files, extract them to your PC with WBFS Manager first, then do as above.
     
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    right... I had hoped to avoid all that [​IMG] guess I'll have to do it the hard way. thanks

    ps- too bad someone doesn't come out with a partition manager capable of manipulating WBFS.
     
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    It's only because no-one knows the exact specifications of WBFS.
     

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