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    HDD and folder

    is there anyway to separate backups into folder instead of one huge list?

    I dont think is doable in WBFS, but I dont think there are any loader that support any file system beside that (not just for the loader files, but for the backups as well)

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    All loaders now support FAT32 and some NTFS.

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    Are you meaning separating games into different genre folders?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Krank View Post
    All loaders now support FAT32 and some NTFS.
    you mean I can just drag and drop the .iso into a NTFS USB HDD and it will work??


    Quote Originally Posted by wiimaster4eva View Post
    Are you meaning separating games into different genre folders?
    yes

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    They have to be WBFS files I believe. Put into a folder called WBFS on the FAT32 or NTFS partition. I could be wrong as I load from WBFS and am not familiar with FAT or NTFS loading. I was just mentioning that because in your first post you said you thought the loaders only supported WBFS. There is lots of info about loading from those file sytems just do a search.

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    the thing is, I am getting mix message

    some say you can do it, some say you cant, and I want a more definite answer.

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    Some say that you cant load from FAT32? Is that what your saying? If so then they are wrong. As I said, google it and you will find lots of info about it.

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