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    how do i put emulators on my wii??

    ok i have a dvd disc full of NES, N64, SNES, and Genesis roms. The question is: Is there any way i can download emulators on the WIi (Version 4.2U and hacked of course) and is there any way i can play them off of a harddrive (the program that is being used at the moment to manage the HDD is WBFS manager. . . thanks for any advice

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    Some people round here don't like me saying this, but there is a way and it doesn't involve WBFS

    Have you got a backup of your WBFS drive?
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    Quote Originally Posted by lfc4ever View Post
    Some people round here don't like me saying this, but there is a way and it doesn't involve WBFS

    Have you got a backup of your WBFS drive?
    a back-up how do i do that???

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    Quote Originally Posted by lfc4ever View Post
    Some people round here don't like me saying this, but there is a way and it doesn't involve WBFS

    Have you got a backup of your WBFS drive?
    He's playin with you.

    WBFS manager will only manage a WBFS partition. Anything else will use a FAT32 partition, and a few app can use a NTFS partition. So, you will need two partitions on your HDD. Go get the emulators from WiiBrew, read about the emulators at WiiBrew to learn how to set them up on USB HDD, there may also be a readme file included with the downloaded emulator that provides some info. When you run into problems, then ask questions.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Stomp_442 View Post
    He's playin with you.

    WBFS manager will only manage a WBFS partition. Anything else will use a FAT32 partition, and a few app can use a NTFS partition. So, you will need two partitions on your HDD. Go get the emulators from WiiBrew, read about the emulators at WiiBrew to learn how to set them up on USB HDD, there may also be a readme file included with the downloaded emulator that provides some info. When you run into problems, then ask questions.
    thank you very much

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