Three questions about USB Iso loader (I know >.>)

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  1. Gunfreak11
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    1 - Is there any way for me to partition the drive outside of the wii? If not, is there any possibility of such a tool being developed?

    2 - I saw a thing called partition magic... Does the usb loader let me configure which partition to load, and would it be compatible for using the MicroSDHC card in both a smartphone and the wii at the same time, without the loss of data?

    3 - Is it safe for me to install Cios rev 9 over rev 7 with the softmii guide (Cioscorp and preloader mainly...)

    Thanks... I would try the noob questions but the two times I posted there never got any responses...
     
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    I have a similar question. I have a 320 gig external with a ton of data on it. If I create a partition using free space and make it wbfs will it work with usb loader?
     
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    1 Whoops, I meant format. User error >.<
    2 Ok, thanks but this also answers the first question I intended to ask
    3 Well there is cIOSCORP for Rev 8 and I just thought there was compatibility things and such. Forgive me...
     
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    Yes it Should.
     
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    1. YES
    2. just use windows disk management
    3. YES
     

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