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    neogamma question

    Ok i see neogamma can load from USBs and that it can load WBSF..

    but what if I have iso files on a USB instead of WBSF... could I load ISO from a USB? also if neogamma cant do it then what about usb loader gx?

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    Quote Originally Posted by duomaxwell007
    Ok i see neogamma can load from USBs and that it can load WBSF..

    but what if I have iso files on a USB instead of WBSF... could I load ISO from a USB? also if neogamma cant do it then what about usb loader gx?
    Not sure about NeoGamma, but USB Loader GX does it perfectly. Also it does load burned games so neo gamma sits on the sidlines for me.
    Not sure y you want ISO files, WBFS is a smaller ver. So you can hold more games

    Ex. ISO 's are all + 4gb
    WBFS New Super Mario Bros Wii is ~330mb
    Both work except WBFS is better.

    If you want to convert ISO to WBFS, or vice versa, just download Wii backup Manager.

    Sent from my iPhone using WiiHacks

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    will my wbsf of xenoblade is 6.31 gb and my wbsf of last story is 4.85gb sooo umm Im sure the ISO files are just as big if not bigger.. why arent those small? Also is there program i can use thatll convert iso to wbsf and make them smaller because I would like to save as much space on my drive as possible lol.. lastly.. is the wbsf file lacking anything (during gameplay) that the iso file has and will the WBSF files run on a NTFS format drive?

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    If that is the size of the resulting wbfs, there isn't more you can do, as the resulting ISO of said games are +7GB... you just got rid of the extra 'fluff'


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    oh didnt know the iso versions of those game were 7+ gig in that case then yeah the wbsf did its job lol.. can you recommend a tool I can use to convert iso to wbsf? also would anything extra need to be done in this tool to get the wbsf file to have shrunk down in comparison to the iso size?

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    wii backup manager, and no settings you have to mess with, will default to wbfs when copying them to hard drive unless you muck with the settings...


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    and where would i find this? also does the HDD that the iso files are on have to be wbfs format? or will it detect a ntfs drive?

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    it can be whatever format you want, wbfs/fat32/ntfs... you dont have to do anything but tell wii backup manager where to copy it... read here


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    Quote Originally Posted by duomaxwell007
    and where would i find this? also does the HDD that the iso files are on have to be wbfs format? or will it detect a ntfs drive?
    I'd put it at NTFS, because that holds files greater than 4 gb. FAT32 will not allow + 4 GB files.

    Sent from my iPhone using WiiHacks

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    wii backup manager will split the file regardless, so that is a moot point...


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