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    Hi Pob3008, Just found your guide Fat 32, I don't usually have any problems. I have spent some time researching. Any ideas why my wii game manager 1.5.0.2 won't show all wbfs files. when using windows 7 64 bit, When i'm home all works good on Win XP. I'm trying to sort my Nephews wii with my laptop. Any advice would be fantastic.

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    I use windows 7 64 bit and it works fine for me? Have u tried one of the other game managers just to see if they do the same?

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    Quote Originally Posted by starcraft3108 View Post
    hey so im trying to follow the guide but im on the part of making the drive set to active... only thing is i dont see how to make it active... when i right click on the drive i just get resize/move copy merge etc (no set active) something im missing? to confirm im right clicking the w: wii
    What OS are u using? What type of drive is it?

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    windows 7 (64 bit) its a seagate goflex desk (3.0 and 2.0) 3tb

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    Are u trying to format the whole drive?

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    yeah, i just took my other hdd its the exact same one (although i did do a restart of my laptop between that) and with that one everything followed the guide perfectly... maybe something wrong with the other hdd... weird.

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    It is only recommended for 1TB and if u have to 2TB at the very most. After u complete the guide without marking it as active see if u can go to admin tools, computer management, then i think its hard drives and try setting it as active there.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pob3008 View Post
    I use windows 7 64 bit and it works fine for me? Have u tried one of the other game managers just to see if they do the same?
    Thanks for quick reply. I'm home again now, I just checked the version I am running on Win XP 1.5.0.2 Same version as laptop with win 7 64 bit. I plugged in drive used same method and all files were shown Game List A Game List B .ISO & .wbfs. How strange. But I'm sure I will be Bald by the new year......

    Alas no more hair pulling. I had not realised I had to tweak the settings for program to display all of my files.
    When I am converting from ISO > wbfs I right click
    choose Create.wbfs File(s) With Subdirectories> 2gb-32k Split

    { in options there is a click tag to (Recurse Subdirectories) } If that is not checked My files are not shown as a batch, They have to be opened individually.

    I thought It would be some simple thing, It now displays the same in win XP & Win 7 64 bit. There never can be the perfect guide I guess, Thanks for your Help I hope this may help others
    Last edited by Grandpa1959; 12-21-2011 at 12:21 AM. Reason: Found my own answer

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    Glad u got it sorted

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    This is going to sound like a real newbie question to some, but I'm having a hard time wrapping my mind around something: I formatted a drive and then had USB cfg convert it to WBFS. (And everything is working just fine, so I'm not looking for a "fix.") Are you saying I don't have to do that--I can leave it in FAT32? But if that's the case, why do I need Wii Backup Fusion instead of just copying the files like I would with a normal FAT32 drive?

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