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Thread: FAT32 Hard Drives - Formatting, Loading, Ripping, Playing

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    The guide was perfect I just followed to a T and boom I have a working HDD hooked to the Wii and am playing Black Ops. Much better than having to look for discs, Now am going to try for the channels this is the best Wii site I have come across. All the help is awsome. Used a seagate 500G and easeus for formatting.

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    it wont let me delete the volume/partition. im using a fat32 flash drive. Any help?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Greenleaf208 View Post
    it wont let me delete the volume/partition. im using a fat32 flash drive. Any help?
    and why are you deleting it? you know, a little more information would help your case, other than that, your post is useless...


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    It says "1. Open Disk Management and locate your External USB Device
    Win 7 - Start Menu > Search "Disk" > Create & Format Hard disk Partitions
    Win XP - Right click My Computer > Go to Manage > Disk Management

    2. Right click and select "Delete Volume""
    Last edited by Greenleaf208; 04-08-2011 at 06:05 PM.

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    there is no need to delete the volume because you are dealing with a thumb drive. If it was a hard drive, possible different scenario. Just format it and use it, or use Easeus HERE


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    it says to do it in the USB Flash Drives Option 2. It says to delete it, then create a new partition for each game.

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    Again, just format the thing to fat32. You do not create a partition for each game...


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    A little question regardin games over 4Gb. How do I copy them to Fat32. As I know the FAT32 partition WON'T accept files bigger than 4Gb

    Any help, plz?

    Thx in advance

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    rip the original games from the usb loader you are useing or use wiigame manager or wiibackup manager to create the wbfs file and split it
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    To copy from PC partition to Wii HDD partition I need to use Cfg_USB_Loader_65 to copy my iso file (I also downloaded WiiBackupManager and WBFSManager3.0.1-RTW-x86). Which one would be best for ripping from PC .iso file to Wii HDD wbfs file?

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