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    Is this possible?

    I have looked for this but can not find any information.

    Can you copy the wbfs partition of your hard drive to another hard drive?
    Say I want to get a bigger hdd and just copy what I already have to the new hdd because I do not download isos I just burn the games to my current hdd.

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    In wbfs manager 3.0 there is a clone feature... use this....

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    Quote Originally Posted by benjamin1o1 View Post
    I have looked for this but can not find any information.

    Can you copy the wbfs partition of your hard drive to another hard drive?
    Say I want to get a bigger hdd and just copy what I already have to the new hdd because I do not download isos I just burn the games to my current hdd.
    I have not seen anything like that. The easiest way would be to back-up to standard hdd, then copy back to new hdd.

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    Quote Originally Posted by thedolphin13 View Post
    I have not seen anything like that. The easiest way would be to back-up to standard hdd, then copy back to new hdd.
    Nope Not So Much!!!!!! when the hdd is in the WBFS format windows will not recognize it unless you access it through WBFS Manager.... so you will not be able to do a 1:1 copy.... you have to use the clone feature in the manager to do this... or if you have all the ISO's still on the computer then you just recopy but that is a pain......



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