WBFS Manager won't import Wii backup wbfs file to external HDD??

Discussion in 'Wii - Emulation and Homebrew' started by DeadlyRevengexX, Jun 9, 2017.

  1. DeadlyRevengexX
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    So I have the wbfs file, I put it into drive 1 which is my external FAT 32/32Bit cluster 2TB HDD, it goes in anddd then the name is in red as if it failed once it reached 100% into the drive and it gives a 1KB disc.info file.. So then I converted it to iso, then back to wbfs then I put it into my HDD and same. The file is 6.93GB. I then changed the wbfs split style to 4 GB ..then 2GB.. then Auto.. and all gave me the same result.. and of course dragging the file straight into the harddrive wont work, as it says that it is too big.

    My harddrive is also fine, it plays my Gamecube backups great with Nintendont.
    I tested the wbfs game file with Dolphin and it works perfect. I plays great.

    ALSO I was able to get 1 other Wii game backup inside of the Harddrive by splitting it with the 2GB option.. but when I went to my 4.3u Wii.. It wouldnt appear on usb loader gx.. and yes I put it to show Wii games. I'm confused.

    Is usb loader gx the best app to use to play Wii?


    WHAT am I doing wrong??

    Any and all advice is appreciated!


    (Yes, these are all my personal backup Wii games)
     
  2. WilliamTheKingAS

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    This might not be related to this AT all, but recall this:
    I mean, you were probably new, that guy was a a****le
     
  3. DeadlyRevengexX
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    This post is very old don't post here. Also, it's fine. Thanks. Let it go though.
     
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    Actually, I can help with that. Is the wbfs just one file. It only works with one .wbfs and one .wbf1 when you split it. If you turn a file larger than 3.99GB from .iso to .wbfs, it's not going to work because the app itself only works on games 3.99GB or less unless they're split into one wbfs and one wbf1