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    WBFS manager repartition

    Hey guys, sorry if I've posted this in the wrong section I couldn't figure out which was best to put it.

    I bought a WD 320GB drive a couple of months ago for the wii, partitioned it with WBFS manager on OS X. I didn't really end up using it as much as I thought I would, I hardly play the wii now so I'm wondering is it possible to repartition the drive without losing any of my data, so I can allocate half the space for storage purposes and the other half for my wii?

    If so, how do I go about doing this?

    Thanks!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Musti View Post
    Hey guys, sorry if I've posted this in the wrong section I couldn't figure out which was best to put it.

    I bought a WD 320GB drive a couple of months ago for the wii, partitioned it with WBFS manager on OS X. I didn't really end up using it as much as I thought I would, I hardly play the wii now so I'm wondering is it possible to repartition the drive without losing any of my data, so I can allocate half the space for storage purposes and the other half for my wii?

    If so, how do I go about doing this?

    Thanks!
    You have to copy all the data back to your computer or to another drive. Then re-format and make the new partitions. Format the WBFS partition and copy the games back. Tedious but the only way AFAIK.
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