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    The only wiis that can play backup games via disc are the pre-2009 ones. Simple as that.

    You can still USB load, though. I have an old Wii but I never use discs because they are outdated.

    If you don't know how to USB load, check out the FAT32 guide in my signature.

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    SO to play gmaes from ISO I need to have a USB drive that will be recognized?

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    To play back ups of your legally purchased games u will need a USB hard drive that is compatible

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    Thanks. THis forum is so helpfull and friendly!
    I'll try a USB drive over theweekend.
    WHich app shoudl I use to move the leglaly purchased games form the disc onto my USB for backing up?

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    U can use any USB loader to rip the original game to the hd from the Wii, any games already backed up to your PC there are a few programs, I prefer Wii game manager

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    ANd I can use NFTS formated drives..right? or must I use the Wii format???

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    Yes or fat32

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pob3008 View Post
    Yes or fat32

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    meaning yes to NTFS and FAT32. you forgot a question Pob3008.

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    What question would that be?

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    I prefer NTFS with USBLoader GX. FAT32 doesn't accept files over 4GB's (and officially) hard drives over 32GB's. My Super Smash Bros. Brawl disc is ~7GB's, so I opted for the NTFS file system.

    I guess whichever works for you sagale, go with it, this is just my 2 cents.
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