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    Quote Originally Posted by Krank View Post
    Hmm, why not just use FAT32 and use ftpii as it is? This would be painfully slow anyway, so not sure how useful it would be.

    Looks like he has dropped the project, so if you really want to do it I suggest switching over to a FAT32 HDD.
    ive tried this and its really really slow and not worth it in my eyes but you can always try

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    I'm probably like a lot of people that have legacy WBFS drives already from before FAT32 was more popular. I'd rather not convert since it will be a pain, but I may not have a choice.
    Either that or I can continue to waste DVDR's burning them and then loading them on the the drive that way. Taking the drive out from my entertainment cabinet and downstairs into the basement every time I want to transfer a game doesn't work well for me.

    Even if it was slow, I'd just start the transfer before going to bed and I'm sure it would be done by the time I got home from work the next day. So no biggie on the slow speed.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ssseth View Post
    I'm probably like a lot of people that have legacy WBFS drives already from before FAT32 was more popular. I'd rather not convert since it will be a pain, but I may not have a choice.
    Either that or I can continue to waste DVDR's burning them and then loading them on the the drive that way. Taking the drive out from my entertainment cabinet and downstairs into the basement every time I want to transfer a game doesn't work well for me.

    Even if it was slow, I'd just start the transfer before going to bed and I'm sure it would be done by the time I got home from work the next day. So no biggie on the slow speed.
    like i said it does work perfectly fineall you do is create a wbfs folder on your computer and use backup manager to convert them then use ftpii to transfer to your usb drive but i tried with nsmb and it was going to take about 2 hours so i cancelled it lol

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    It is indeed dropped, because I simply don't have the time. Maybe I will pick it up again once I have some more time, but I don't think that will be in the near future.
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