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    WBFS Help please

    So, i have the ISO of SSBB (Super Smash Bros. Brawl)and I opened WBFS manager, search for my drive that im using (i double refresh for just to be sure its loaded). Its recognized. I click format, it Formats. i refresh (twice) again, click load. SSBB begins to load onto my drive. I get a completion message but IMMEDIATELY after words, it says something about the drive isnt formatted to WBFS format when i KNOW it has been, and the game isnt added. iv search the forums for information as to how this happens and i find people having diffrent problems retaining to games not loading properly but i havent seen my problem. And if it is there i simply did not see it so if its there, im sorry for posting this but im getting dead tired. Can anyone tell me what im doing wrong?

    Here's a list of my equipment:

    Windows 7 x32

    WBFS manager 3.0 (32 version)

    Wester Digital 500GB External Hard Drive

    HP Invent 4GB SD HC Card (worked for the homebrew installation with letterbomb)

    (anything else i need is not a problem to get, i would just like to use what i have but i WILL attain other items if need-be)

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    Wbfs is old u should be using fat32 and the easiest way to transfer games is to rip your legally purchased original using the Wii and any USB loader

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    Now how on earth would i go about doing that? what you just told me made me stare blankly at the screen for five minutes trying to think of how to do that.

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    You follow that fat32 guide in the recommended tutorials section

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    i see. i honestly didnt know about fat32 style. Thank you for bringing this to my attention.

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    I had trouble with WBFS Manager. I don't know why but it refused to write to my drive. I found Wii Backup Manager to be a much better way to convert ISO to WBFS and send them to the hard drive. Just thought I'd recommend it since it saved me a lot of stress and aggrevation.

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