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Thread: WBFS For Mac OSX transfers files really slowly!!!

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    WBFS For Mac OSX transfers files really slowly!!!

    I'm using the Mac version of WBFS to put ISO files onto my WBFS-formatted USB drive. It works fine, but there's one issue - it takes about 2.5 hours to transfer one ISO onto the drive using the program. Which seems excessive and I have read that for other people it only takes maybe 20 minutes.

    I'm transferring the ISO's from a laptop to the drive, so it's not a USB-USB transfer. You would think it would go quickly. I formatted the drive through Configurable USB Loader so I think the drive is okay - it's a Seagate 500GB FreeAgent.

    Any ideas? Is it really that slow or is there something I can do to speed things up? The program itself has almost no "options" so I'm assuming it would have something to do with the drive itself.

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    I'm bumping this thread since I've had no responses. Program still runs very slowly, about 2.5 hours to transfer a 4GB game. Might it have something to do with the drive being formatted to WBFS? If I formatted to FAT32 and then added games using WBFS For Mac might it be quicker?

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    Quote Originally Posted by jtrory View Post
    I'm bumping this thread since I've had no responses. Program still runs very slowly, about 2.5 hours to transfer a 4GB game. Might it have something to do with the drive being formatted to WBFS? If I formatted to FAT32 and then added games using WBFS For Mac might it be quicker?
    You cant use wbfs manager with fat32 lol. Try this program out wiibafu - Release: Wii Backup Fusion 1.0
    You can format to fat32 --> Put a wbfs folder on the root of the hdd then transfer your iso to the wbfs folder in wbfs format.


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