Not sure if anyone reads the post in this section, but I checked my WBFS Manager Covers folder in my documents and noticed that I had the same amount of covers as games, but half of them didn't show up in a preview?? I deleted the ones I couldn't preview and a few minutes later opened up the app and it downloaded them a second time and they all displayed correctly? Not sure what caused the error, but they are all working now. Anyone know how to make or download new themes?
I can't figure this out at all. I have a 32Vista system. How can I get this to work?
I downloaded it from the WBFS site a couple of weeks ago and I'm running Windows 7 64 bit and it's fine. The only thing I can think is maybe it's a permissions issue for those of you having problems. One of the first things I do when I install Vista or Win 7 is disable the pointless and rather annoying user account control. Could that have anything to do with it?
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Did you ever get an answer to this.. I have the same problem..
apparently my problem is that my computer is not assigning my usb hd a drive letter and when going to computer management it shows up as drive 2 but no letter and no option to add a letter.. help.. when I set it up it gave it a letter with no problem.. whats wrong?>
not an admin
unfortunately im not an admin on the vista laptop i use and wbfs manager is requiring an admin password to run. anyone know a good hack to find the password w/o removing it. no cmd either. also blocked.
I try to use wbfs manager 3.01 x 84 to my W7 32 bit it work very good. let try all
Noob to the Wii mod scene. Have mod experience with Dreamcast and Xbox 360 before. Wii 4.2 mod performed fully but getting an error when trying to run burned games. Hence pulled out a USB HD to try that route.
Downloaded and installed WBFS X86. Prog installs fine but will not run. Everytime I try a dialogue box pops up briefly and it closes. Cannot read what it says as it closes to quickly. Uninstalled Netframe 3.5sp1 and reinstalled it to no avail. Running XP sp3. Tried other versions of wbfs with the same results. At a loss on this one as cannot find any ref to this type of problem on the forums. Any assistance would be appreciated. Thanks.
I'm running this program on windows xp sp3 and all runs perfect.
It formats a drive or usb stick and put games on from backup ISO's.
Now I had a problem with a western digital 60gig HDD giving me a black screen when loading through USB Loader GX r815.
After a lot of reading on here and messing about I found the problem.
I originally put the games onto another HDD (maxtor 150gig) and all worked fine, but I copied the games over to the western digital by disk to disk and the black screen apeared on loading.
I reformatted the drive and converted the game back to an ISO from the first drive and then onto the newly formatted western digital and worked perfect.
Not sure if it's me or a bug in the program but in case others have had the same problem I hope this helps.
Sorry I've gone on a bit for only my second post here.
I was hoping that WBFS allowed you to copy scrubbed ISOs from an old drive to a new drive rather than a double step as you did?
Originally Posted by Tanktop
I want to upgrade my HD to a 1TB one and was hoping to have both drives attached to my system and let WBFS do the work overnight.
Did you (or anyone) try that method?
I have not tried the clone option as I was'nt sure if the size of the drives had to be similar. I would suggest you copy a few games over to try it as it may be something I was doing wrong and although it reported no errors they did not work on the Wii so I used the long winded method and they worked 100%.
I have 2 8 gig usb sticks so I will test it on the clone option and report back.