Hacking Putting Gamecube games on WBFS Partition?

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Hi, is there any way for me to put Gamecube games on a WBFS partition? The reason for this is I want to use the "Mount WBFS Partition" function on Neogamma, with my USB flash drive.
 

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I don't think NeoGamma even works with GC USB loading.
You'll want DIOS MIOS or Nintendont for that (along with a supported USB loader such as WiiFlow of USB Loader GX)
Which will work with FAT32.
 

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You shouldn't use a WBFS partition, ever, period. Always use FAT32 and a USB Loader of choice, leave Neogamma for disc backups. While we're talking about GC, DIOS MIOS is outdated, use Nintendont instead.
 
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Okay, do you guys know where I could find forwarder channels that automatically load the game from Configurable USB Loader? I tried making one in CRAP but I guess it doesn't work with gamecube ISO's.
 

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