I need some help
I ripped all the disks I own with "USB Loader GX" in the Wii to my USB hard drive
I copied my USB drive contents to my nephew's USB drive using WBFS manager in Windows
I have downloaded a few ISO and a few WBFS format games, using WBFS manager I can import ISO from my computer to the USB drive, but I can not import WBFS games to the USB drive.
What am I supposed to do with WBFS files on my computer? Why can't WBFS manager see them ?
I have to be doing something wrong, I keep clicking the link but am redirected to the home page. whats up? little help please.
Is there a 500 game per hard drive limit with this software? Ive got a 1.5 TB hard drive with 500 games on it but theres around 400gb left of empty space. I looked around but I dont see where there is a limit stated.
someone with 500 games is a pirate, plain and simple...
Nevermind I found my answer in post 85. Thanks
great program works a treat
This works very well for me.
However, it does seem to occasionally not like certain .iso files.
As a workaround I found right clicking on the unrecognised .iso file (in Windows) and selecting 'add to archive' generates the original .rar files that the program is more than happy to process to its own version of .iso which of course it is happy to recognise.
Last edited by PE06MCG; 02-18-2011 at 06:07 AM.
Reason: forgot to say '...in Windows..'
I have an issue. I have my 500 GB WD Passport(with all my games), and now have another 500GB passport (same model) that I want to clone my games to. But when I plug my drive (with all the games) it is labeled as "G". When i plug in the other drive it isn't recognized because the computer thinks its the same drive? I tried formatting the new drive back to NTFS with a different drive letter, but when I format back to WBFS and plug in the drive with games on it, they both cant be seen. Both by windows nor WBFS manager. How do I get WBFS manager to see both drives so i can clone?
Try labelling it with a another letter ie next letter.
I had a similar problem, can't remember the exact details but try another drive letter.
02-18-2011, 01:07 PM
I can only change the drive letter when it's in NTFS format. But when I change the letter and plug the other (game filled) drive in, it sees it as the same lettered drive. So I changed the letter to "I" and then opened WBFS manager and formatted it. Then plugged my game filled drive in, and they both can't be seen. Im thinking because the computer and WBFS manager think they are the same drive. What else could I try? Or if anyone else has had this issue before, what was the solution? Thanks for the replies!!
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