USB HDD arriving tommorow... One important question...

Discussion in 'Wii - Backup Loaders' started by Gunfreak11, Sep 9, 2010.

  1. Gunfreak11
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    I'm going to use FAT32 with a 32kb cluster size, as recommended. That was random, but my real question is this:

    My library is actually heavily comprised of retail games. Do today's loaders support ripping to FAT32 instead of WBFS?

    And now for the unmentioned but ever so important unimportant questions [​IMG]

    And if they do, can I change the directory of where I put my files instead of WBFS? I plan to use UNEEK+DI [​IMG]

    What loader(s) offer(s) the features that I'm looking for?
     
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    Use CFG-LOADER for your usb loader.
    Put your .wbfs files (converted .iso's) in USB:/wbfs/.

    Convert .iso to .wbfs with Wii Game Manager.
     
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    I appreciate you trying to help, but that only answers one of my questions I had. As I said, I have a large retail collection, and I am not interested in redownloading them or having a WBFS partition. Is CGG Usb loader able to rip to a fat drive with .wbfs? What about the games directory? Can I change that, or is it set in stone? It would be nice to have games UNEEK+DI compatible and USB Loader compatible [​IMG]
     
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