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    Problem transfering my .ciso images from NTFS drive to my WBFS drive.

    I have a 1T NTFS drive that has all my games compressed to save space to the .ciso format. I have been dragging them on a little thumb drive as I want to play them and all works great. Now I have another 500 G WD USB drive that is wbfs formatted and I am trying to put many of the games on it but am having major trouble. Wii Backup manager says the 500 gig doesn't have enough space even if I try to add just 1 file. I have tried about 4 wbfs programs and either one thing or another keeps me from doing what I need to do.

    The one program that works is wbfs inteligent gui v6 but sence all the games on the 1T are in separate folders I have to select them one at a time. I need to be able to select just a folder like in wii backup manager and have it find all of them so I can add them in one step.

    Any idea's guys.

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    Try running WBFS in administrator mode.

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    Copy all of your ISO's(ciso's) to one folder and point WBFS intelligent to add games from that folder. Seems simple to me unless im missing something. Are you sure its formated to WBFS...I don't see why you wouldn't be able to add even one game to your drive...unless you have it formated to FAT32.
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    Try running WBFS in administrator mode
    How do you do that and if you are talking about a specific software what software would that be.

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    Copy all of your ISO's(ciso's) to one folder and point WBFS intelligent to add games from that folder. Seems simple to me unless im missing something. Are you sure its formated to WBFS...I don't see why you wouldn't be able to add even one game to your drive...unless you have it formated to FAT32.
    I could copy them to one folder but then I would have to add them back to each folder and that would lots of time so I hate to do that.

    The drive is formatted to WBFS I have checked that many times.

    Update: I finally got it to work. I tried one last time and for some reason it decided to work. What I did was use wii backup manager and under the drive1 tab I selected the WBFS drive then went to the files tab and selected add files from folder and wii backup manager searched that folder and all sub folders for any .ISO's or .CISO's and loads them. Then I select all the files and select transfer tab and select drive1.

    This was the third attempt and what I did different I don't know.

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    Glad to hear you fixed it....seems odd though.

    Administrator Mode- Right Click any program or shortcut to a program and select the option" Run as Administrator"

    This only applys for Vista and Seven.
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    Administrator Mode- Right Click any program or shortcut to a program and select the option" Run as Administrator"

    This only applys for Vista and Seven.
    Thats why I have never heard of it. I am still running win xp.

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