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    I actually changed the letter when in the windows disc management system.
    if you also did this please accept my apologies and hopefully yo will get better advice.

    You also must remember to not format it.

    This is done via the program you are trying to use.
    Last edited by PE06MCG; 02-18-2011 at 01:36 PM. Reason: forgot basics

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    Yeah, thats where I changed it as well. I tried changing it both while formatted as NTFS and WBFS. It lets me change the letter. But when I plug in both drives, the computer and WBFS Manager only see the first one I plugged in. So they are the same letter. They are pretty much the same model, so I assume Windows and WBFS Manager are thinking they are the same drive. No matter what letter I change it to, they both appear to be the same letter when connected. How in the heck do I clone my drive if they both can't be seen? LOL

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    probably a long shot.... but down load this:
    Easeus Partition Master Home Edition - Free software downloads and software reviews - CNET Download.com

    and open it and see if it can pick up on the second drive.

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    Try Wii backup Manager.
    Damn I suck!!!!

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    I just got fed up with it all together! lol. So I just called my sister who had a clone of my drive already. Its the same drive (500 GB Passport) but a limited edition one with graphics on it. She brought it over and I crossed my fingers and it worked! But my original one and this new one were pretty much the same exact ones, so I assume they were to similar for the PC to distinguish between the two. But problem solved! Thanks guys for the replies! Awesome forum and great guides! Keep it up. See everyone around the boards.

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    thanks this is the one i been useing i tryed all of the others but i dont like but this is a good one thanks again

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    convert wbfs to iso on mac

    anyone got any ideas??

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    Quote Originally Posted by drams30 View Post
    anyone got any ideas??
    http://www.wiihacks.com/how-tutorial...ing-guide.html

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    thanks but there is no way of converting it to iso with that prog on mac.. thanks tho

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    Why convert it?
    After you have the drive formatted to WBFS you can connect your hard drive to your Mac and access the WBFS partition through WBFS for Mac v1.2 (zipped). You can load ISOs onto the drive or retrieve games you installed from discs. Some forums say you have to open WBFS first and then plug your hard drive in but I haven't seen a difference either way. Games will play through USBLoader or CfgUSB. Personally, I just use USBLoader since there's already the channel.
    you'll be able to play them still.. if your trying to save space I dont think it's enough to matter.
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