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    Copying cISOs from ExHD to ExHD

    Is it possible to copy cISOs from 1 external HD to another corectly formatted external HD, or does everything have to go back through the cpu using a program? I dont want o keep all of my cISOs on my cpu.

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    you could try wii backup manager or wii game manager. The only other way would be to re-rip your original games to the new HDD.

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    Or WBFS manager?



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    Quote Originally Posted by bmarlo View Post
    Or WBFS manager?
    I didn't think WBFS manager did .ciso, but i might be wrong as i havent used it for a while now fat32 ftw!

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    Quote Originally Posted by davepm View Post
    I didn't think WBFS manager did .ciso, but i might be wrong as i havent used it for a while now fat32 ftw!
    You're probably right! I've been out of it for a while! LOL!!!



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    wbfs manager works fine with IOS files , i doubt on .cios

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