You can, you would need something like partion magic, or just search google for a free partion program. If you intend on using it for wii games, why not just format the whole drive. Suggest you have the drive formatted as FAT32 before converting to the wii format, works a treat that way.I know that to use a HD for the wii I have to format it to wgsf (or whatever it was can't rember and at work now) my question is can I partition say 200 gb for the wii games and use the spare 100gb for general stuff? If I can how do I go about this please? Also if my wii collection grows beyond the 200gb can i then convert the rest of the 100gb on the HD to the wii format and add more games.
Yes you can, just remember when you connect it to your PC it will say that the drive is not formated as windows doesn't recognize the wii format layout. You should get hold of one of the GUI's for wbfts. So when you decide to re-format to NTFS just pick the drive through windows and click format, then it will format it and you will have a windows usable drive.Finally should I ever need to could I reformat the whole drive back to NTSC or fat32 if I needed to?