i use CFG as i dont want to use GX for fat32 loading.....until it gets some bugfix/update
GX was tested...as we were working on the guide...if it doesnt work with r938 try r937 and so on.....
for me using the full channel..didnt work always stack dumped..
I currently have my HDD set up as follows
WBFS partition - 500GB
Fat 32 partition - 200GB
NTFS partition - 300GB
I have converted a few of my games to .wbfs and things are working great so I would like to follow through with the rest of my games.
My question is:
Is there a formatting program that will allow me to delete my wbfs partition and "strech" my fat 32 to replace it without erasing my fat 32 or ntfs partition? Thanks in advance.
Easeus Partition Manager. (as you can find in the Guide)
Originally Posted by stmcmurray76
Thanks, I thought it was there as i have seen it before, just glancing thru i didnt see it behind the spoiler, stupid me thanks again
all of my lego games converted to .wbfs.tmp for some reason
I tried renaming by deleting the .tmp but to no avail, games still dont load. I am currently converting from a wbsf partition to a fat 32 partition
these are the only games giving me trouble, any ideas???
I just opened the .tmp files with wordpad and it says "wbfs ->$"
it says this on all of the .tmp files (about 20 out of 150)(all of which were legally aquired)
what does this mean, how do I fix it, and why do these games work from my wbfs partition?
use wii scrubber and trim the ISO...then try converting it to .wbfs
Tried it, didnt work. Normally I would think its a corrupt iso but it still plays fine thru wiiflow via my wbfs partition, it might be worth adding that before i convert to .wbfs the file sizes look normal (around 4GB) but after converted the resulting **.wbfs.tmp file is 2048Kb. Any more suggestions? I have the original for some of these still, so I will try new rips, but I still need to solve the problem as I know at least a couple of these game have been banished to the trash can, Thanks kids! lol
Originally Posted by Cile
What manager are you using? Have you tried first extracting the ISO from the WBFS drive then converting the ISO on your PC to .wbfs, then transferring/copying over?
i had the same problem with mario kart wii...i used wiiscrubber i dont remmeber if i used trim or scrub...:)
I am using wii game manager and all works fine with 90% of my games.
Originally Posted by Krank
Yes, I have tried axtracting the iso from my wbsf partition then converting to .wbfs. Same result, a 4GB file resulting in a 2048Kb .wbfs.tmp file.
I tried scrubb and trim with the same results.
Still troubled, RAAaaaaaaaahhhhhhh