wiiflow covers on wbfs hdd

Discussion in 'Wii - Backup Loaders' started by ng80092a, Dec 25, 2009.

Dec 25, 2009

wiiflow covers on wbfs hdd by ng80092a at 12:18 PM (3,515 Views / 0 Likes) 5 replies

  1. ng80092a
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    Newcomer ng80092a Advanced Member

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    Can i upload the covers to the games hdd, so i don't need the sd card in it?
    thanks in advance
     
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    No, you can't. WBFS only supports Wii Discs, and that's it.

    You could make a FAT32-Partition as a first Partition, and then the WBFS-Partition as a second Partition, but that would require a reformatting of your drive, resulting that all your games will be lost, and you can't recover them. You would have to backup your games to another HD, format the old HD, and put the games back.
     
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    how do i make a fat32 partition, and how much space should i save on it?
     
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    With WBFS-Fuse you can also store any file type on wbfs drives but the loaders still won't see them.
     
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    Newcomer ng80092a Advanced Member

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    that crap is linux :\ and in any case i can't find a windows based wbfs "explorer", also the manager 3.0 doesn't show anything more than the games inside, thus, unallowing you to insert or delete files on the hdd :\

    any other tip?
     
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    No other tip. Store the games to another HD, use GParted to format the HD into a FAT32 (first one) and a WBFS one, and put your games back. That's it. Do that or you leave it.
     

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