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    when you get wii game manager run it click open then open .iso file list A find the ISO click on it then click o.k then the game will show up then right click on it go on create .wbfs with subdirectory split 2gb 32kb and wate till it is done it will show up on the bottem of wiigame manager createing wbfs file
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    Yes if you like....you will waste space extracting them with WBFS manager to .iso files but I guess if you have enough free space on your PC then it won't matter.

    I would just use wii backup mananager to extract the files to .wbfs files (which will be smaller).

    The guide has info on extracting in the last spoiler of the first post.

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    when you get wii game manager run it click open then open .iso file list A find the ISO click on it then click o.k then the game will show up then right click on it go on create .wbfs with subdirectory split 2gb 32kb and wate till it is done it will show up on the bottem of wiigame manager createing wbfs file
    No, that just confusing. The OP can follow the guide and there is no reason to have a 2GB split...that's silly. Not sure I fully understand what you said but if it's confusing to me I doubt someone doing it for the first time understands what you mean. No offense intended at all, maybe you could clarify.
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    i find it easyer to use the wii game manager doing the split is for the games 4gb or more makes more room on hdd for more games
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    Quote Originally Posted by peire View Post
    i find it easyer to use the wii game manager doing the split is for the games 4gb or more makes more room on hdd for more games
    Using wii game manager is fine and I understand why the games over 4GBS are split (and it's not because it "makes more room").

    There is no reason to set the split size to 2GB and that has nothing to do with what the OP was asking or the step that you were describing. You confused me and I wrote part of the guide....that's all I meant.
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    ok np i only split the games because i couldnt fit more games on the hdd without spliting them even though i had the space but everything with what im doing is working great had no problems
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    OK, so why would i split the games?
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    Quote Originally Posted by gooup View Post
    OK, so why would i split the games?
    Because FAT32 has a 4GB file size limit.
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    PROBLEM:i cannot get Wii Game Manager to run on my Vista 64 machine
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    have you tryed right click and run as adminastrater?
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    Aha! Didn't think about that trick! Thanks so much!

    The strange thing is it worked without doing this on my laptop running Vista 64.
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