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    HEY GUYS, thanks for all your help.....i got it working and booting games from HDD already copied over and tested about 3...works fine woohoo...now i have another wuestion when i plug my external HDD into my laptop and load WBFS up. the program picks up the HDD as drive E, but wont pick up the Other partition (M i have downloaded an iso of smash bros brawl and want to copy it over.....how can i do this or am i again missing something?
    thanks in advance "again" lol

    also if i cant transfer them from my latop to my WBFS partition does USBloader support DUal Layer e.g if i went out and rented Smash Bros would i be able to install it on my HDD from the Wii?
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    hello again sory would just like some clarification on my above post about my HDD not being recognised by WBFS...and also does USBLoaderGX support Dual latyer discs? if i rented smash bros brawl could i just pop it in the Wii and use the smae process as say Mario galaxy or is there a diff procedure as its dual layer?

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    Quote Originally Posted by mikejarkwright View Post
    now i have another question when i plug my external HDD into my laptop and load WBFS up. the program picks up the HDD as drive E, but wont pick up the Other partition (M i have downloaded an iso of smash bros brawl and want to copy it over.....how can i do this or am i again missing something?
    thanks in advance "again" lol
    is your other partition formatted as a WBFS drive?

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    You pick up the other partition or another HD that holds the ISO thru the right-hand side of WBFS Manager-use the browse button. Locate your ISO, select it. The ISO will then show up on the right-side menu. Select the game title and click add, it will then add the game to your WBFS partition.

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    thanks for your help it was a 1Tb external HDD i had a 300GB partition for Wii, but when i partitioned it i didnt make it a primary so WBFS didnt recognise it....sorted now.....lovin it thanks again...
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