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    Handeling cracked app's on Mac

    Hi,

    Just followed a guide to softmod my Wii, and I think I succeed but when I'm trying to play a game, let's say Wii Sports Resort, I failed...

    First, I can't format my USB stick to Wii format. For Windows, you have WBFS. In Mac I've found something similar, but it doesn't work... Although, it won't work with me...

    Even in Windows Vista, it doesn't seem to be working... Is there a simple and clear guide to format, add en play cracked games onto USB?

    Regards,

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    Is your drive more than 500gb? is your drive hopefully compatible? did you try formating to wbfs with the loader 1st? you can try usinh fat32 and have games in .wbfs format..
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    For now, it's just an USB stick of 8GB. Is an Emtec.

    Loader 1st?
    How can I convert my .iso games in .wbfs format?

    All Mac compatible?

    Thanks anyway!

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    what backup launcher do you use? try formating to fat32, stick the drive into the wii and launch your loader and it will ask you to format to wbfs..
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    I've placed the USB into the Wii and it formatted the stick, but than again, my Vista (via Bootcamp on Mac OSX) doesn't recognize the format and by so, can't read it...

    I use USB Launcher? (correct answer?? I'm really a probie :-)

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    whats a probie? lol do you have "wbfs for macos x" on your computer? *selet Master Boot Record from the Options... button under the Partition tab in disk utility.. if you open the wbfs for mac it will detect it, if it dont then format back to fat32 and then try formatting to wbfs with wbfs for mac..
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    Never seen NCIS? Probie = rookie, new guy,... :-)

    I've done what you asked, but no result... WBFS doesn't recognize the stick in neither of those ways...
    I even can't format it in WBFS for Mac...
    "Format the connected Drive" is typed in light gray. So, not clickable...

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