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Thread: WBFS Intelligent not working

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    WBFS Intelligent not working

    I formatted my external HD using WFBS manager and I wanted to try WFBS Intelligent, but when I try to load my hard drive it says incorrect or unformatted partition and I can't load the hard drive. Any suggestions or do I need to reformat the HD?

    The main reason I want to try Intelligent WFBS, is because I downloaded a .ciso file and it is not recognized by WFBS manager, does anyone know if I can load it with Intelligent WFBS?
    Last edited by tooquick; 12-20-2009 at 02:37 PM.

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    I never heard of .ciso it looks to me some funny guy just put a c before the extension or its a renamed .cso file if its a renamed .CSO file you could try the psp compressor/decompressor

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    Quote Originally Posted by x3n0 View Post
    I never heard of .ciso it looks to me some funny guy just put a c before the extension or its a renamed .cso file if its a renamed .CSO file you could try the psp compressor/decompressor
    ciso is the compressed version, basically when you copy a game to the HD it removes a bunch f stuff and makes the game smaller. This is the smaller version. I found out Intelligent can read and write ciso files, but I can't get intelligent to read my hard drive it just says wrong partition and it won't let me format it.

    I formatted it using windows back to NTFS and it still won't let me format the drive using intelligent any suggestions?

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    I've previously used ciso and you should be able to open them with Winrar and extract the full 4.7 image. Then using wbfs manager install the extracted iso. That's my suggestion.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Soapyjoe View Post
    I've previously used ciso and you should be able to open them with Winrar and extract the full 4.7 image. Then using wbfs manager install the extracted iso. That's my suggestion.
    Thanks, but that didn't work. The file I have is for Wii Play and is only 90 MB's. I am trying now to format using the Intelligent 6, but it still can't recognize my external hard drive even though I formatted it back to NTFS. It is a good Western Digital hard drive by the way.

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    maybe you should remove the ntfs and make a RAW partition on it then try and format it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Soapyjoe View Post
    maybe you should remove the ntfs and make a RAW partition on it then try and format it.
    How do I do that? I tried formatting it as exFAT, it didn't have FAT32 and that didn't work.

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    I assume your using windows as your os.

    First plug in the drive and head into computer management (right click on my computer and go to the manage menu). From here you'll see disk management. Head into that and then find your usb drive in the listing. Ensure you are selecting the correct drive and delete the NTFS partition. Then create a new partition and when going though it asks you if you wish to format. Do not format and thus leaving you with a RAW drive. Then try and format it using your formatter.

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    Thanks for the help Soapyjoe, I actually tried it on another computer that has Windows XP and it worked. My laptop has Vista Intelligent WFBS doesn't work on it.

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