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    i have only used wii game manager and it work well for me
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    Thx for the help

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    Quote Originally Posted by desperado836 View Post
    Again, just format the thing to fat32. You do not create a partition for each game...
    It doesn't say you need to anywhere in the guide. When the thumb drive section was written easeus did not work for them. It now does so you can just use easeus. thumb drive section has been removed from the updated guide.

    Quote Originally Posted by WraithGhost View Post
    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
    ....read the guide

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    Thankss!!!

    All the guides i have read on this forum has helped me alot, from the begining to end! This Forum is very useful for Nooobs!!

    Many thanks

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    There's one thing I don't understand. I have a Fat-32 WD hard drive by default. Why can't I just copy-paste the wii iso onto it, and then run it?

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    Quote Originally Posted by deathville View Post
    There's one thing I don't understand. I have a Fat-32 WD hard drive by default. Why can't I just copy-paste the wii iso onto it, and then run it?
    Because you need a wbfs folder on the root of your fat32 drive, inside that you put your games in format wbfs. Read the guide it tells you all...

    Game iso' are normally 4.38GB unless they are dual layer. Fat32 can only take a max of 4gb. When you construct a wfbs file it is scrubbed so becomes a smaller size. If the games are bigger in wbfs format they need to be split using wii backup manager.
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    I've formated my hdd, WD My Book Essential 1Tb with a 250 Gb FAT32 partition, can I still use the other remaining part of my hard for the pc? How can I do that?

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    wy not do a full format of fat 32 you can store your pc stuff and wii backup etc off it
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    Quote Originally Posted by WraithGhost View Post
    I've formated my hdd, WD My Book Essential 1Tb with a 250 Gb FAT32 partition, can I still use the other remaining part of my hard for the pc? How can I do that?
    Yes you can, just format it to ntfs the same way. Full fat will work as well, but its nice to have ntfs for those files over 4 gb.
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    I've never liked the idea of all my eggs in one basket I generally use all dedicated drives. Each one has a single purpose. I can however see the need for partitioning. Never done it myself...

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