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    Quote Originally Posted by Pob3008 View Post
    yes that is correct
    Thanks pob3008. Will have a go in next few days.

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    P.s Thanks for your help and PM's the other day. All's good with wii and up to date.

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    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.

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    Hi there - what's the difference between 'create WBFS file' and 'create WBFS file with sub directories'?

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    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

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    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.

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    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?

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    if it is anything like doing it for NTFS, not very long at all. Easeus is fast


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    Quote Originally Posted by Brian View Post
    if it is anything like doing it for NTFS, not very long at all. Easeus is fast
    Brian is correct, it is usually very fast

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pob3008

    Brian is correct, it is usually very fast
    Thanks isoguy... Lmao

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    If u read Brians post again u will see that he does not confirm it

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