P.s Thanks for your help and PM's the other day. All's good with wii and up to date.:)
Just to throw this out there, you could check out THIS. It converts the WBFS partition to FAT on the fly. I haven't tried it since I switched to fat long before this prog was made, but it might be worth taking a look at. :)
Hi there - what's the difference between 'create WBFS file' and 'create WBFS file with sub directories'?
the difference is without sub directories u get a (Title id).wbfs file and with subdirectories u get a folder with title id and name of game and then the .wbfs file within
Ah - thanks. So it just adds the named folder, and if I wanted, I could just move any (Title id).wbfs files in to a named folder myself? Ta.
Using Easeus Partition Manager Home Edition how long should I expect a windows xp machine to take to format a brand new 1TB seagate external drive to fat 32?
if it is anything like doing it for NTFS, not very long at all. Easeus is fast
Thanks isoguy... Lmao :pQuote:
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If u read Brians post again u will see that he does not confirm it
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