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    how do i add games onto my external hdd

    how do i put the games i have on my computer onto my hdd without formating it and loosing the games already on my hdd

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    look at wii game manager

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    i couldnt when i clicked on game manager a notice popped up and has beed seized by the gov.

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    wii backup manager link in my signature. HERE is a link to the guide for it too. Make sure to pay attention when you click the link, they toss a bunch of crap out there to try to get you to click the wrong thing.

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    ok i downloaded backup manager but my computer is still wanting to format my wii hdd

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    That is because your HDD is formatted to WBFS. Wii backup manager will read it though. On Wii backup manager click on Drive 1, Then click on the drop down box that says "inactive" on it. A list will drop down choose your HDD Drive letter from there, and wii backup manager will load your HDD.

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    ahhh...yes, windows will always ask to format the drive if it's wbfs. Just remember to always click no or go to the hassle of converting it to fat or ntfs and eliminate the windows nag

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