I didn't know we had to format to fat32, i just used the WBFS to format. Or is that what WBFS does? format to fat32?
wbfs formats to wbfs from fat32.
So are you saying we have to format our hard drive to FAT32, then format with the WFBS? I didn't do this before?
Originally Posted by ThetaSigma
you dont have to, but sometimes it works better.
marcw I was getting the same error. I switched to a network install (instead of the WAD) and dled 30 or so patches and it worked fine after that.
Now if I could only figure out how to put games on my HDD. my comp wants me to format the drive. ugh.
epic bump. use wbfs manager 3.0.1 by alexdp. google it. this is ancient. its even a COMMAND LINE! wtf...
does anyone know how to help rebuild crypted partitions back to iso to add to wbfs?Or can anyone explain how to add just the game partition to WBFS.Let me explain alittle beter.I used wiiscrubber an extracted all my game partitions from my isos for use on the multi disc iso.Wbfs only excepts isos so now I'm stuck.Now I have about 60 legally owned backups and do not want to re backup each individual game to play them from hd.Anyt help will be appreciated and thanks in advance.
WBFS Manager 3.0
I second ThetaSigma's recommendation of WBFS Manager 3.0
Originally Posted by makronohio
WBFS Manager is bi-directional, allowing you to copy ISOs from your WBFS drive to your computer and vice versa. I think it fits your situation but 'extracted all my game partitions from my isos for use on the multi disc iso' wasn't clear to me.
WBFS Manager official homepage:
Let us know how you get along?
I used wiiscrubber and broke down the iso's with it.When you use wbfs it seems to shrink the iso down to size.The size in which it shrinks to is the size of the data partition of the iso I believe.So basically i'm thinking WBFS just does the same thing that i manually done,but it still will not add the partitions to the drive for me.Heres a tutorial to better describe what ive done.
And the probable first question is:
Q31. How do I create a multiboot disc. THESE ARE TRUCHA SIGNED BECAUSE OF THE SHRINK PROCESS.
A31. Simplest technique is to:
1. load an ISO, select the data partition and shrink it. Then save it out as a crypted partition.
2. Repeat stage 1 until you have a selection of partitions.
3. Load an ISO that you want to adapt.
4. Delete all the partitions (right click on partition, delete partition)
5. Repeat for all partitions.
6. Right click on WII DISC and select IMPORT, Crypted. Choose partition to load. Select partition table to use.Wait.
The partition table 0 MUST contain at least one partition but can have a maximum of 3.
7. Repeat for all the partitions you created at stage 2.
8. Burn disc.
Then run the multiboot loader from your SD card to load the disc.
If this makes any sense then any help will be appreciated thanks
thanks for the help... awesome