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    Quote Originally Posted by vikas_toad View Post
    ok thanks again(see the diference? )

    ok if a guide is not available here...
    can you, or any one else of course, tellme what should i do to load .wbfs files from ntfs hdd?
    Most people use fat32
    It should be the same as fat32. Use wiibackup manager. You need to use a loader like wiiflow or cfg.
    Cant you have a fat32 partition on your hdd?


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    Quote Originally Posted by vikas_toad View Post
    ok thanks again(see the diference? )

    ok if a guide is not available here...
    can you, or any one else of course, tellme what should i do to load .wbfs files from ntfs hdd?
    Not many loaders support NTFS. You can use Configurable USB Loader to do it, but it still isn't recommended. Last I checked, NTFS doesn't play well with all games. I don't know if it is actually certain games that don't work, or if the crashes are random. I do know that the latest Cfg USB supports ripping games in .wbfs to a folder on an NTFS drive.
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    Quote Originally Posted by narse1979 View Post
    Most people use fat32
    It should be the same as fat32. Use wiibackup manager. You need to use a loader like wiiflow or cfg.
    Cant you have a fat32 partition on your hdd?
    Nope....i cant format it to fat32 n neither can i have a different partition (lot of reason)
    and how it would be same...? i mean x:/wbfs folder and what else??? kindly enlighten me further ...

    Quote Originally Posted by JoostinOnline View Post
    Not many loaders support NTFS. You can use Configurable USB Loader to do it, but it still isn't recommended. Last I checked, NTFS doesn't play well with all games. I don't know if it is actually certain games that don't work, or if the crashes are random. I do know that the latest Cfg USB supports ripping games in .wbfs to a folder on an NTFS drive.
    can you tellme what should i do to load .wbfs from ntfs?
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    Quote Originally Posted by vikas_toad View Post
    what should i do to load them directly off the hdd(i mean what folder,file name format etc?)
    Create a folder in the root of your HDD named WBFS. Then put the files there.
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    Quote Originally Posted by vikas_toad View Post
    Nope....i cant format it to fat32 n neither can i have a different partition (lot of reason :sigh
    and how it would be same...? i mean x:/wbfs folder and what else??? kindly enlighten me further ...


    can you tellme what should i do to load .wbfs from ntfs?


    so basic question
    i have a ntfs single partitioned hdd....and i also have .wbfs files
    what should i do to load them directly off the hdd(i mean what folder,file name format etc?)
    Off topic for this guide, read the 2 USB HDD guides, they have all the info you need.
    Damn I suck!!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Krank View Post
    Off topic for this guide, read the 2 USB HDD guides, they have all the info you need.
    Thanks. I could have sworn (but I wouldn't have because of forum rules ) that we were in your FAT32 guide.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Krank View Post
    Off topic for this guide, read the 2 USB HDD guides, they have all the info you need.
    i post here is that all guides cover fat32 but no ntfs...
    all i just want to know ........is the procedure same for ntfs as that of fat32?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Krank View Post
    Off topic for this guide, read the 2 USB HDD guides, they have all the info you need.
    Where where?? I Can't find the 2 USB HHD guid.
    Plz help point to the right direction.

    Thanks.

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    Look in the Tutorial section of the site. Ps you are very close.....


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    Quote Originally Posted by narse1979 View Post
    Look in the Tutorial section of the site. Ps you are very close.....

    I looked.. I do no see a 2 USB drive guide. All I find is different format, differnt loaders etc.

    please help me out here.
    Thanks.

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