And if ModderMan sees this post, it'd be perfect if you attached this file to your opening post. If it's saved to the forum database, it's sure to be there as long as this thread's around. Cheers!
Format the drive to FAT32. The mac can recognise it and makes life so much easier. Look http://www.wiihacks.com/recommended-...g-playing.html
There are instructions for mac users Thanks to moi ....
I have a hacked Wii and I only use Macs. I'm kinda noobi to all this hackery. I have a formatted HD to FAT32 and I was able to successfully load and play .iso wii games from it. I used WBFS_MacOS X to transfer the .iso files on my iMac.
I now have several .wbfs wii game files and they will not load onto my HD with WBFS_MacOS X for some reason. I tried converting them to .iso files using WiiJManager.jar, but it creates 2 .iso files. Example: SDNP41.iso and SDNP41.iso.1
I know about this page of WBFS Managers:
WBFS Managers - WikiTemp
There is not much for Macs.
On a Mac how do I load/transfer/copy .WBFS files to my FAT32 formatted HD? Do I need to format them to .ISO beforehand? If so is there a better way/program to correctly convert the .WBFS to .ISO files?
Is there a way to convert/load the .WBFS files to the Wii through a Homebrew app?
Thanks for reading and any help would be greatly appreciated.
There is a Mac section in the fat32 guide that may help you.
Use wii backup fusion for mac.....
Wow thats awesome! Ive been away for awhile and come back and find out now I can use my .wbfs files on my Mac! YAAAAAAAAAAAAY! This just made life easier as I keep my .iso's on my Mac and have to transfer them over WiFi to my PC laptop just to put em on my drive..
To fix; rightclick the app, chose 'show package contents', then browse to Contents MacOS and then you should see the executable. Keep this window open.
Then open the Terminal (use spotlight or the Applications folder in Finder)
type in: chmod 755 (dont press enter yet but DO type the space after 755)
then drag the executable from the finder window to the terminal window. It's filepath should now be visible.
Then click the terminal to activate it and press enter.
Now try again.
I have tried three different programs between my Windows 7 PC and my Mac Mini OSX Lion, and nothing has been able to recognize the drive I formatted as WBFS over a year ago, until this.
I'm pulling everything off the drive now so I can reformat it to FAT and make life so much easier. Thank you so much, dude.