Preparing ISO's for Configurable USB Loader

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    I have the Configurable USB Loader set up on my USB stick. However, I do not know how to make the ISO on my computer (Super Smash Bros. Brawl) readable. Can someone please help me out with this? I've been trying to find a clear tutorial, but so far I've found nothing. -_-
     
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    Download Wii back up manager, format your HDD to fat 32 (Fat 32 lets you have Nintendont and USB loader read from the same HDD), then use wii backup manager to transfer games over to the HDD
     
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    Awesome! Clear, simple English. Thanks!
     
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    No worries dude, I found documentation to be very sparse on this subject, took me hours of reading through threads to find information.
     
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    EDIT: Alright, so I have another question: After trying to put the game onto the USB, it only gives one wbfs file. When I convert it to a place on my computer though, it gives both necessary files, so I'll just put it on the USB after that. However, when I put it on the USB (or tried to), it came with a disc.info file. Is this file necessary? Would love to have this answered.
     
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    Dont move things around, what ever wii backup manager does when dumping the game to your HDD is correct.
     
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    Brawl is 7 GB. I should have gotten it split into 2 files when I converted it whilst also sending it directly to the USB stick, as FAT32 only allows files up to 4 GB. However, I only got one, which was 4 GB. I tried the same thing multiple times and it did not work. I convert it while the file destination was on the computer, and it worked correctly...

    Also, I phrased the above comment a bit weirdly. The disc.info file appeared in my unsuccessful attempts of converting the file whilst also sending it directly to the USB.

    Do I need anything other than the wbfs files? (It would be nice if someone could please tell me. :))
     
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    Disc.info only appear in the wbfs folder, not in any game folders. However I can confirm that Brawl splits into two files

    RSBP01.wbfs and RSBP01.wbf1

    Are you sure you're using an up to date version of WBM? I have had a few problems with it, like after a few dumps, it stops working so i have to restart the program.

    If it works on your computer correctly, then just copy it over I guess
    The paths should be

    I:\wbfs\disc.info
    I:\wbfs\Game name[GAMEID]\[GameID].wbfs
     
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    Oh. So disc.info is created with the wbfs folder... makes sense. Over here, it ain't RSBP. It's RSBE... just a different region version, I think... I'm using Build 78 of WBM, which I believe is the up-to-date version. And yup, that's how the paths will be. Thanks!

    I also have one other problem, but I got to go right now. Will discuss tomorrow.
     
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    Alright. One last thing.

    So, when I boot the Configurable USB Loader, it says something like "Custom IOS249 is not found. Please install." I've found some details on how to fix this, but not clear instructions. Some help would be appreciated. :)
     
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    Alright, I've run into ANOTHER problem. I've gotten all the way down to step 7/8 (Also did the optional step which involves YetAnotherBlueDumpMod). When I try to select the cIOS in the d2x cIOS installer, I run into this message: ERROR(s) occurred during cIOS249 d2x v6 base 37 new21006 installation. I believe that is mostly correct. I can't see it 100% clearly. Up above there is text that says "TMD Version wrong 5919 !=5662." Can you please help me out with this?
     
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    Why are you installing v6. Follow the guide and install v10. Ice used this guide on two seperate consoles. It's foolproof
     
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    OHHH. Wait a moment! Sorry, figured it out I think. Heh heh...

    EDIT: GREAT. Whenever I try to copy the wbfs game files over to the USB, it says "Disk is write-protected." I just feel like giving up on this. :(
     
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