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    hard drive use

    i just bought a seagate hard drive and backed up black ops but how do you make so you can use it on the computer as well for memory storage and still able to use on wii because i can't on my laptop.

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    I'm sorry but...WHAT?!?!?
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    ok i just bought a hard drive and i used it on my wii but now i can't use it on my laptop.
    it worked b4 i used it on my wii.

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    unless you formatted it to wbfs, it should still work on your lappy/computer


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    Did you reformat the drive to WBFS when you used it on your Wii by chance?
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    yea i used the wbfs formatter but the usual icon i get in the pc menu isn't there

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    That's because your PC doesn't understand WBFS. You'll have to pull your game off with a game manager and then reformat your drive to a format usable by your PC like NTFS or FAT32.
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    lol, that why it don't work!

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    how do i do that?

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