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    Hello mate Ye i think its great to use so thought a guide on it would be great for people to use and customize

    Will stop by the site and take a look soon mate

    Nice to see you still working on it mate


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    Hi so I have my ISO on the desktop, Ive plugged in my USB to the pc which I have been using to rip my games through the wii.

    So the next step with the games I have on the computer is to convert them to WBFS files or can I just grab an drog if using usb loader? thanks an sorry for the noobness never done it from a pc before

    Thanks

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    Yes convert the ISO to wbfs format

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    ok do i need to name a folder on the usb anything at all to get it working with usb loader?

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    You need a folder called wbfs on the root of your hdd and create your ISO to wbfs with subdirectory and put that in the wbfs folder

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    I cant open the .wbfs file in wii manager. I go to open, look for the folder, then press ok, and nothing happens.

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    are you converting wbfs to iso ??

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    thanks ill try convert to .wbfs soon, how do you make the "subdirectory"

    Also if I have my hard drive which ive been backing up games through the wii it will work fine having both on there? thanks

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    how do you make the "subdirectory"
    it will tell you in 1st post on how to make subdirectory

    Also if I have my hard drive which ive been backing up games through the wii it will work fine having both on there? thanks
    you may allready have a wbfs fold then if so just put the converted game in that folder and it will be fine

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    I am having an issue where the Wii game manager does not pick up all the ISOs in a folder.
    I will try to re-rip those discs to ISOs again in case something went awry the 1st time but in the meantime I just wanted to see if anyone else ran into this issue.
    The particular games in question are Star Wars Jedi Knight II and Worms Blast, thank you.

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