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    First of all, NEVER select your hard drive with WBFS Manager. Only select USB stick/ USB drive with it. And I'll see if I can find a link to a guide for you.

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    You can use most USB storage solutions. Ones I have found that do not work, are MP3 players. USB SD card readers with an SD card in (obviously) seem to work nicely too.
    WBFS Manager - Release: WBFS Manager 3.0
    • 1. Install WBFS Manager
    • 2. Plug in USB drive of some sort
    • 3. Select the USB drive in WBFS manager
    • 4. Click "Format"
    • 5. Click "Browse" around the bottom right of the WBFS manager window
    • 6. Select the game you want to install, RAR or ISO
    • 7. When the game appears in the right side window, click "Add to drive"
    • 8. Plug USB drive into the first USB port of your wii (the one closest to the edge)
    • 9. Run whatever USB loader you fancy (I like USB Loader GX)

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    Quote Originally Posted by jisu View Post
    You can use most USB storage solutions. Ones I have found that do not work, are MP3 players. USB SD card readers with an SD card in (obviously) seem to work nicely too.
    WBFS Manager - Release: WBFS Manager 3.0
    • 1. Install WBFS Manager
    • 2. Plug in USB drive of some sort
    • 3. Select the USB drive in WBFS manager
    • 4. Click "Format"
    • 5. Click "Browse" around the bottom right of the WBFS manager window
    • 6. Select the game you want to install, RAR or ISO
    • 7. When the game appears in the right side window, click "Add to drive"
    • 8. Plug USB drive into the first USB port of your wii (the one closest to the edge)
    • 9. Run whatever USB loader you fancy (I like USB Loader GX)
    Good quick guide.

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    well i got muramasa to work on my 1st try (on maxell dvd-r). is ur copy a pal or ntsc? n what settings r u using in neogamma?

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    thanks anyways guys, i figured that my sony DVDs don't seem to be working as great with these newer games, so I purchased some Verbatim DVDs and the games load perfectly.

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    I have verbatim dvd+r and my older games are working. The newer ones aren't reading. I keep getting the 1101 when i try to load Muramasa NTSC and Tales of Symphonia NTSC on my 4.2U Neogamma r7. You think it's the media? Because my previous games that are all on Verbatim DVD+Rs work like a charm. They're all also burned at 2.4x via ImgBurn. Help?

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