Re-sizeing a WBFS partition

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Jun 14, 2009

Re-sizeing a WBFS partition by bula at 3:04 PM (1,126 Views / 0 Likes) 7 replies

  1. bula
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    I would like to re-size my WBFS partition ( increasing it's size) and my understanding is that can be done by editting partition table. Can some post some info about this procedure. TY.
     
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    I've been wondering this same question myself, I think you just have to dump all of your games onto another drive, and then reformat it. I'd be great if we could resize it on the fly, I'm finding my 100gb to be a little small...
     
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    It doesn't work, you'll have to back it all up manually, and reformat.
     
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    This is a bummer, no FAT32 partition to store my videos on.
     
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    This was posted by Ardi, and I know he knows what he is talking about.

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    if you know what you're doing, you can change the partition size WBFS. Bring to a HD editor and edit the partition table by hand. ! at your own risk!
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    If your partition manager program which has the ability to edit partition table. Normaly resize partition is not work. Or your program has a sector-editor.

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    i was just googling this and found nothing about it. Needless to say, I'm recopying my games onto my HD because I had to just start from scratch with it using Partition Master.
     

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