Whoa! You are amazing =] I didn't want to mod-chip my wii cos i dont wanna break it so you just saved me a lot of money.Quote:
Well the "mods" haven't accepted it but i can remake it,
Goto my computer then the local disk normally C:
Once there create a folder name WBFS
Open up the RAR or ZIP file that contains WBFS_WIN.exe and drag / drop it into the folder created
NOW a game put the ISO in the same folder
Ok so WBFS is all done through the command line CMD/Command prompt you cannot double click it ...
So to get to the Command line do this
XP USERS: Click Start then goto RUN and type in CMD
VISTA USERS: There are a few ways here
1: Windows key (on the keyboard) and R
2: RUN might be in the start menu (by default its not)
3: ALT+CTRL+DEL select task manager, File > New task > type in CMD
Once here you must CD (eg move to the WBFS folder)
So in CMD type CD C:/WBFS or CD C:WBFS, now you'll see yo uhave moved to that location,
And time to run the commands just type them in CMD as they are here
X represents the HDD you want to use BE CAREFUL!
*init the partition:
wbfs_win.exe X init
*add an iso to your partition
wbfs_win.exe X add COD5.iso - COD5 being the game you want to add - i suggest renaming the ISO to something easy makes for less typing! :)
To be honest thats all you need you can remove + add on the WII itself..
Enjoy guys hope it helped if you need help just reply!