under options for "Partitions to keep", there are 3 choices, 1-Only Game Partition, 2-Remove Update Partition, Keep Rest-what is Keep Rest? and 3-All Partitions, what should be selected?
I have an iomega 500gb ex hard drive but if i use wbfs to format will it erase all my data i have 350gb used on the hd and hav nowere to put it is there anyway round it?
Maybe use something like partition magic to create a partition and format that WBFS using the WBFS manager? Not sure if it will work but that's the only option you've got if it does
Failing that get a second usb drive, mine works well with the wd passport drives
This should come in really handy.
Big thanks to the creator
Thanks for the program propz
WBFS coverart issues
OK, so ive been using WBFS manager since i got my wii hacked and had no problems with it...but since ive started adding games to it, it has downloaded the coverart automatically like its supposed to, but when i go through my games on the wii, the cover art is missing...and all it shows is a big "?" lol..so idk why it only does this with downloaded games, but games that i "install" into the hdd through the usb loader gx installs fine and what not..and even has the cover art.
I'm needing some help trying to figure out why the cover art doesnt transfer from the WBFS manager, onto the harddrive lol
check your usb loader options and download art covers through wifi. When the wbfs manager on your pc downloads the art cover it only stays on your pc.
All your cover art is on the SD card, unless you have a partition on your HDD where the cover art gets stored. The best thing to do is to download the missing cover arts with what ever USB Loader you use. On the loader I use there is an option to download all missing cover art, USB Loader GX probably has something like that, but i wouldn't know, GX isn't my flavor.
Originally Posted by Wii<3er
Check in your My documents folder on pc, there should be a folder that says WBFS Manager Covers.
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