06-09-2011, 09:26 AM
Please help I am trying to transfer all my games which I have on an external hdd in wbfs format to my other external Hdd which is formatted to fat 32 etc following this guide. I have managed to load all the games on my wbfs using wii game manager drive but cant find the option to transfer games to my fat 32 hdd (wbfs folder). Can anyone assist thanks in advance.
06-09-2011, 09:30 AM
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Open your wbfs partition with wii game manager select all games then right click the mouse and select copy or move with/without sub directories then u navigate to the location that u want. U will have to be aware of the games that are 4gb or larger as these files will need to be split
06-09-2011, 09:32 AM
zez iz verz eazy XD lawl anyways plug in your wbfs formatted drive then open wii backup manager and go to fdrive 1 and select your drive example if its going to be :J then select that! ok, next plug in your fat32 drive, and do the same but in drive 2!, then go to drive 1 and check all the games and click transfer then to drive 2.....lemme know how it goes mate
Originally Posted by eze2410
06-14-2011, 04:55 PM
Really looking forward to moving from the WBFS partition to a single FAT32, so thank you for this post! I have followed it verbatim, gone over it no less than a dozen times, and wiiflow can find no games on FAT 1. I used wii backup manager to transfer the ios' as wbfs files to my hdd, so the file path (example) is wbfs/LEGO Pirates [SCJE4Q]/SCJE4Q.wbfs. What is stumping me is that wiiflow is recognizing my partition which leads me to believe I'm using the right ios' (it wouldn't before I updated a bunch of them), and I *know* the file path is correct, so why won't they show up???
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06-19-2011, 05:58 AM
i downloaded a copy of game because my disc wouldnt read but it came in about 91 part
Im attempting to transfer a copy of a game i own from my pc to my external hd for the first time. I would just install it thru wii but its too scratched to read. When i downloaded this game, it came in one folder. The folde has about 91 parts in it. Almost a quarter of them are winrar type files. The rest of the files end in .r30,.r31,.r32, and so in thru .r91. When i go to transfer all these files, should i first extract the winrar files and then try to transfer the entire folder containiing all these files? Or is there only selct files i want? Or should i not extract them first? Thanks in advance to whoever can help teach me a thing or two
06-19-2011, 06:13 AM
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Extact file part 1 and the others will unzip into one img/iso. Then you need to convert that img to wbfs.
Originally Posted by jre345
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06-19-2011, 06:24 AM
Thanks , its extracting into the one file now. so will wii backup manager convert it automatically once i select transfer on this conglomerated mass iso file ?
That was really fast response by the waythanks narse
06-21-2011, 04:16 PM
My ssbb disc is scratched but i hear downloading it and making it into a backup on a external hd comes with complications. One person posted that ever since he tried it, whenever he tries to play any game now, he just gets a blank screen and cannot play anything at all!!
He did mention that he used usbloadergx, and someone replied that his softmod was outdated.
I used mauifrogs guide to softmod last xmas and i use configurable usb loader to play games. If i use wiibackupmanager to put a ssbb 7.9 gig iso file on my usb hd, will have any problems if i attempt to play thru configurableusb loader?
Thanks for any help or any knowledge at all on the subject its deeply appreciated i always swore to donate to wiihacks if i can get ssbb workn again, curse the day my disc scratched.
06-21-2011, 05:09 PM
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There should be no complications whatsoever, assuming you followed everything correctly. Wii Backup Manager will transfer the file and correctly split it for you.
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