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Thread: WBFS Manager - Error Occurred While Loading Drive

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    make sure you have .Net framework 3.5, it may be at 4 now, but Im currently using 3.5. It is a free download from M$, you can Google a download of the framework. If you still get an issue afterwards, try right click WBFS and run as Admin, just to check.
    MK WFC ID: 4468 9216 9667.... Let's play!

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    Yep, I already had .NET Framework 3.5 installed, thanks for staying with me so far, do you have anymore ideas mate?

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    I had this issue on win 7 yesterday, running wbfs manager as administrator (after partitioning the drive) cleared it up for me

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    I just messed with a WD 620 ext hdd, and I ran into this problem, but only with the WD. I did a quick format in my computer NTFS and then used WBFS 3 x64 to format and it worked fine. I also formatted the drive with UsbloaderGX, and with maximilian wbfs, they all worked after doing the quick format NTFS... Im using 7 64 bit.
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    In My Computer I right click format then click the confirm message that appears, and then absolutely nothing happens.

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    Vista can be kind of bothersome sometimes, go into control panel/ admin tools/ comp mgmt/ when the snap-in window opens, hit disk management and try to format from there.
    MK WFC ID: 4468 9216 9667.... Let's play!

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    *sigh*

    Sorry mate, yet another error message, this time it's this.

    "An unexpected error has occurred. Check the System Event Log for more information on the error. Close the Disk Management console, then restart Disk Management or restart the computer."

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    Im surprised partmagic didnt get the job done. You should be able to format the drive in your laptop and then connect it to wbfs on your pc and it should still find your drive in wbfs. It really sounds like there is an issue on the pc side, have you tried any of the older wbfs guis? Or the usbloader method to format the drive? Once it is properly formatted your pc should still show the wbfs on your hdd and ask you to format it, which you dont want to do, but the wbfs gui should let you access the drive as long as it is formatted. I would say try formatting in usbloader, then rip a game to the drive to verify that it is working properly.
    MK WFC ID: 4468 9216 9667.... Let's play!

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    Went onto USB Loader GX and installed a game to my hard drive. No problems, but it just won't open in WBFS Manager on my PC

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    By the way, it's an 8GB USB Stick that I'm using which comes up with the error, but I have also tested a partitioned 500GB external hard drive.

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