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    Quote Originally Posted by jax

    Why are you using WBFS file system?
    You should and we do recommend formatting your HDD to Fat32.

    You can see if that helps,but your drive might not be fully compatible.
    Seeing how your Thumb Drive worked ,it's pointing to your HDD not being Fully Compatible.
    I formatted the WBFS partion to NTFS and the same thing happens.
    I don't like Fat32 because of the 4GB file limit. Does that matter when using a Wii Backup Manager?

    Anyhow, I'll re-format it to Fat32 later.

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    I formatted my hdd to WBSF because every time I tried to launch it I got a "WBSF drive not detected" message.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Calo3Productions View Post
    I formatted the WBFS partion to NTFS and the same thing happens.
    I don't like Fat32 because of the 4GB file limit. Does that matter when using a Wii Backup Manager?

    Anyhow, I'll re-format it to Fat32 later.
    No,it doesn't matter,Because you an go in to the Options then Settings and then Fat32/Ntfs and go to Wbfs File split and set it to 4GB.
    Under Misc None of the boxes should be checked off.
    This means it will split the files that are over 4GB's.

    Quote Originally Posted by MkHacker
    I formatted my hdd to WBSF because every time I tried to launch it I got a "WBSF drive not detected" message.
    In the loader your using it should ask you , if you would like to mount a different File System or format your Drive.
    Last edited by Jax; 07-04-2012 at 06:24 AM. Reason: Added More.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jax
    No,it doesn't matter,Because you an go in to the Options then Settings and then Fat32/Ntfs and go to Wbfs File split and set it to 4GB.
    Under Misc None of the boxes should be checked off.
    This means it will split the files that are over 4GB's.
    Alrighty.
    I'm on my iPod, but when I get on the computer next I'll format it and try again.

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    Follow this guide.-->Fat32 Guide
    Everything should work out fine.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jax
    Follow this guide.-->Fat32 Guide
    Everything should work out fine.
    Followed the entire guide.
    Same problem. I give up. I'll just live with what I got.

    You could add my hardrive to the non-working list if there is one.

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