WBFS manager for Mac OSX won't copy to my HD

Discussion in 'Wii - Backup Loaders' started by jerameh, May 2, 2010.

  1. jerameh
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    jerameh Newbie

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    So, I have a 60gb iPod video that was recognized by my Wii, and I formatted the larger partition in WBFS using the Wii (as I have done with other disks/usb drives) and everything seemed like it was working fine. Only now, WBFS for Mac, won't copy any ISOs to it. It recognizes it [​IMG], but when I go to copy it just sits at that screen forever (it has now sat like that overnight). It's not frozen though, I can exit it at any time with no problems. I'm just wondering what the deal is. Any ideas?
     
  2. overlord00

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    ok, never had that problem, but it doesnt seem youve added anything to your queue... or that its gay and for some reason doesnt wanna add it into the queue...
    i use that version and have had no real problems with it... what i did do with some that didnt work (extract/inject) i used the windows command line tool... but through windows... ill check if it works in mono... brb nope.
    use crossover or VMware fusion or bootcamp
     
  3. jerameh
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    jerameh Newbie

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    Yeah, when I add something to the queue it stays like that indefinitely.
     
  4. overlord00

    overlord00 A motherfucking birdplane

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    that sucks man... and that pretty much is the only osx version of the app too... gonna have to give into the windows versions of the app... they are the only ones that are updated... no support on osx
     
  5. XarcusEater

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    how about wiims wbfs tool?
     
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    EeZeEpEe GBAtemp Advanced Fan

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    Fellow Mac user here and I don't bother with the WBFS format anymore since FAT32 support has been available. Only thing is you need to use terminal for all converting which can be pretty confusing if you've never worked with it. If you want I can copy the commands I use.