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    Hard Drive Partitioning Question

    Hey guys,

    currently, I use USB Loader GX on a 160gb hard drive. The whole thing is currently WBFS. I'm going to partition the drive: 1/5 FAT32 for a few roms that I have, and 4/5 WBFS.

    My question is, which partition should be the primary, which should be the active, etc? I don't think that the emulators can access non-active partitions, can they?

    Thanks

    cz

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    WBFS must be primary and active.

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    Quote Originally Posted by czeluff View Post
    Hey guys,

    currently, I use USB Loader GX on a 160gb hard drive. The whole thing is currently WBFS. I'm going to partition the drive: 1/5 FAT32 for a few roms that I have, and 4/5 WBFS.

    My question is, which partition should be the primary, which should be the active, etc? I don't think that the emulators can access non-active partitions, can they?

    Thanks

    cz
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    Yes but how...

    Here's what I don't get though:

    let's say the wbfs partition needs to be primary and active. Fine.

    But Triiforce requires ITS partition to be primary and active. So how can I utilize both the fat32 portion (nes, snes, triiforce) AND wbfs (wii games)??

    Chad

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