Resizing WBFS partition after installing games?

Discussion in 'Wii - Hacking' started by denpanosekai, Apr 8, 2009.

  1. denpanosekai

    denpanosekai Advanced Member

    Jan 4, 2009
    I am about to use the wonderful (and free!) Easeus Partition Master 3.5 to create a free partition on my 1TB Seagate FreeAgent.

    From what I understand, this WBFS is not something that Windows understands, so I assume EPM won't see it either.

    I'd just like to know if you guys successfully managed to resize a WBFS partition without losing data? I'm thinking of starting out small then making it bigger if necessary.

    OTHER QUESTION: does the new WBFS partition have to be primary or logical?
  2. dope_X

    dope_X Advanced Member

    Dec 28, 2008
    Gambia, The

    it has to be primary.
    and yes, the "EASEUS Partition Master 3.5 " (i got the same tool ^^ ) will see that partition but as "unformatted".
    and well, as far as i know there is no way to resize a wbfs-partition at the moment.
  3. denpanosekai

    denpanosekai Advanced Member

    Jan 4, 2009
    Thanks for the help. I guess I will buy a separate hard drive then.
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    The WBFS partition has to be "Primary" but doesn't have to be at the beginning of the disk to work. I have a guide in my sig if you get stuck somewhere.

    I'm going to test resizing the partition now, but I don't think the extra sectors will be WBFS format. Hopefully the formatting is just in a header and not written to every sector [​IMG]

    Nope, apprently you can't extend the partition at all, atleast not until someone makes a program to do it specifically! So make it big the first time [​IMG]