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    if all the iso are in 1 folder then they should show up in wii game manager, if they dont then there must be an issue with them particular iso's
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    I have Wii Game Manager v1.5 and I tried to down load some covers. In the log the result says Success. When I try to review the covers (from the Game List A) and from the directory there are no-covers to view. What can I be doing wrong. Thanks for any assistances.

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    Hi! as of this time I haven't started soft modding my Wii, just making sure that I read most of the information that I can gather here before I do so.

    From my understanding, the Wii Game Manager is used from converting ISO to WBFS and vice versa. We also need this program in order for us to plug an external hardrive to the Wii by formatting it right?

    also does the Wii accept WBFS files or ISO in order to play? i don't get this part

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    ok, you need to follow the fat 32 guide to set up your usb then you will need to convert the iso to wbfs but if its over 4gb then split it with wii game manager
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    Quote Originally Posted by peire View Post
    ok, you need to follow the fat 32 guide to set up your usb then you will need to convert the iso to wbfs but if its over 4gb then split it with wii game manager

    thanks! i'll figure that out then. from my understanding i thought it was the other way around which you need to have the ISO files inside your wbfs drive

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    Wbfs format is out dated now, fat32 or ntfs are the one to go with now.

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    Hello guys, I downloaded Project Zero 2 Wii edition and I have a .wbfs file. I downloaded the Wii Game Manager and opened is as an administator, added the game to list a, right clicked on it, then I chose create .iso file, both options, but neither of them is working. As soon as I choose the destination place and press ok it loads or works very quickly (for a split second) and then it finishes, it never creates the .iso file. Any help?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Arman Hancaroglu View Post
    Hello guys, I downloaded Project Zero 2 Wii edition and I have a .wbfs file. I downloaded the Wii Game Manager and opened is as an administator, added the game to list a, right clicked on it, then I chose create .iso file, both options, but neither of them is working. As soon as I choose the destination place and press ok it loads or works very quickly (for a split second) and then it finishes, it never creates the .iso file. Any help?
    Have a look here.-->Wii Game Manager Options.
    Other then that link, we can not help you.

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    That's about right, but I didnt use LimeWire. :s Can't you tell me how to fix it somehow? I can't convert anything with it to .iso

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    Quote Originally Posted by Arman Hancaroglu
    That's about right, but I didnt use LimeWire. :s Can't you tell me how to fix it somehow? I can't convert anything with it to .iso
    Why do you need an ISO? If you ripped your original disc to a usb device then you can just play it. The ISO just takes up more space.

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