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    heres a couple questions. how do you play games greater than 4gb on an fat32 partition and how do you play wiiware via usb?

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    This isnt a thread to ask those types of questions in.

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    Is usb loader comptible with rock external hd?if i create a partition,it won't effect the other partition,right?will i be able to do this with a htfs/hfsj (Mac formatted) using macdrive to access it and create multiple partion w/o any problems

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    so if I read this, I was been mislead by someone else.

    I have 1TB disk LAcie.

    I have now 1 partition wbfs = 499 GB, 1patition wbfs = 450 gb, rest FAT

    because he told me that only partition no larger dan 500GB can be used by usbloader gx or wii flow.
    so I have one partition full (First partition with 250 games) and on the second I started with the others (35games)

    but what I read here is : the limit is 500 GAMES par partition.

    so I could better create a partition wbfs for 950 GB WBFS and one with 50 GB fat 32

    I have now over 280 games, so when putting them on the 950 GB wbfs parition, I should be able to play, see them?
    I will never have 500 games, if so I'm 99 years old... :-)

    thanks for any response.

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    Quote Originally Posted by deech View Post
    so I could better create a partition wbfs for 950 GB WBFS and one with 50 GB fat 32
    ^^ In one simple word - Yes

    Or if you wished, just one huge primary FAT32 partition, no more than 500 games still, but you can do more with FAT32 than WBFS, your choice.
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    one FAT32 Partition?

    but I think WiiFlow can not handle such a partition?

    I use it (Wii Flow) because it the best for me.

    but then you have to put .iso or .ciso files on this large partition in order to play them?

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    Quote Originally Posted by deech View Post
    one FAT32 Partition?

    but I think WiiFlow can not handle such a partition?

    I use it (Wii Flow) because it the best for me.

    but then you have to put .iso or .ciso files on this large partition in order to play them?
    There are many USB Loaders that support FAT32:

    USB Loader Releases - WikiTemp

    And where this .iso or .ciso info is coming from, well it is untrue

    There are many managers that support FAT32 and scrub the file to wbfs format, just like WBFS does, and you can see the files on your disk:

    WBFS Managers - WikiTemp

    This is my favourite manager at the moment, as it is not yet on that list:

    Wii Game Manager - GBAtemp.net

    And Cfg USB Loader is my USB Loader of choice.

    Do the research, make your choices
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    thanks for the guide, i have one question.
    now each time i plug my western union to my laptop i get a message that my partition must be formated before it can be used. this is about my wbfs partition, i always click cancel but im afraid one day by mistake i can click format it.
    can anyone plse tell me how can i disable this message in windows 7.
    thanks


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    Quote Originally Posted by Johannlynx View Post
    thanks for the guide, i have one question.
    now each time i plug my western union to my laptop i get a message that my partition must be formated before it can be used. this is about my wbfs partition, i always click cancel but im afraid one day by mistake i can click format it.
    can anyone plse tell me how can i disable this message in windows 7.
    thanks
    You can't, not as at today's date anyway, sorry, just something you have to live with
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    Us Thanks

    Thanks this was so Helpful.......wooo hooo
    Last edited by Favs; 02-21-2010 at 02:33 PM. Reason: No need to quote the first post

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