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    Quote Originally Posted by Liga97 View Post
    Hi,
    where i can download this tool "wbfs intelligent gui v6". I have googled it, but i dont find this tool.
    I have a lot of .ciso files but i'm not able to copy them into my USB drive.

    Thank you in advance
    Liga

    Download from here should work fine.

    http://www.megaupload.com/?d=6A64RIWD

    Sorry Rolo didnt see you had already replied
    Last edited by passthebiscuits; 05-08-2009 at 08:04 AM.

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    thank you!!!!!

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    I have the same question, but the link for download doesn't work.
    Can you give me another voild link or sent the file to my postbox (gtlym at 21cn.com)?
    thinks in advanced.

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    I just tried it , the link is still working, you do know you have to input the 4 digit code in the top right of the screen, to get to the download.

    Good luck

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    the WBFS inteligent gui doesn't recognize my USB drive, help please?

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    The USB drive needs to be WBFS formatted (not standard FAT/NTFS like windows).

    In WBFS inteligent GUI, make sure you have the correct drive letter under WII USB drive (hit refresh and again please make sure you have the correct drive)
    Hit Format partition...The USB drive will no longer be readable under windows but will be usable for storing CISO files in the WBFS GUI...hope this helps

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    yes it is WBFS formatted and yes I selected the correct drive letter, if I format the partition, wouldn't the drive be erased then? I want to extract the games off my WBFS drive to my PC minus the 4.37GB amount, isn't this program suppose to do this?
    Last edited by bnm81002; 06-02-2009 at 03:29 PM.

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    Yes, formatting the drive will erase all data.
    How did you save the games on the drive if WBFS inteligent GUI doesn't recognise it?
    The way to use WBFS inteligent GUI for .CISO files is to write the .CISO from PC to USB drive and then extract the files on the USB drive back to PC as *.ISO

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    oh I see, I used a different GUI to save my games, I used WBFS Manager 3.0.1, so there's no way I can do it unless, I use this GUI then, correct?

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    I don't know, I never used WBFS Manager....Perhaps someone else can help

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