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    WBFS Manager to copy ISO to wiiHDD

    I'm trying to load WiiSOS_MarioMULTiROMPackage.iso onto my WiiHDD using WBFSManager 3.0. When I pick up the iso and say add to drive, it comes up saying completed adding entries to WBFS drive, but I don't see the game on the drive. What am I missing?
    Have uploaded a snapshot of what I see in my WBFS manager. Not sure why it displays "Estimated Totla Size: 0.00GB" when the ISO is over 2 GB

    Thanks in advance..
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    I notice the scrubbed size is 0.00gb, that alone tells me there is some problem. The id is also something I don't recognise.

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    Is there some step that I'm missing that I need to do before I try to copy it to my wii HDD? I'm new to this and this is my 1st attempt at this..

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    It is a multirom gamecube disk, it can not be run from usb at the moment.

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    Thanks Mauifrog..
    Can I user the multirom gamecube disk to create a DVD abd then use it? os this is something that's not compatible with the wii..

    Do u have any recommedations as to where I can download some games for my wii. Trying to get some games for the kids.. The Mario/ben10/batman/spiderman kind of games..

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    You can burn it to disk and loader it with a gamecube loader.

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    Gamecube games CANNOT be run from a USB device. The Gamecube never had USB capabilities so in a sense would never work on the Wii cause the Wii basically shuts down all Wii functions to go into a type of "Gamecube" mode, so all USB, Bluetooth, and WiFi capabilities are shut off.

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    I'm having the same problem except I am using an actual wii iso. Each time I try to add Super Mario Galaxy to my WBFS drive, WBFS Manager says done, but nothing appears on my drive. I'm assuming the iso is bad. If anyone knows of any other reason, please let me know. Thanks.

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    Quote Originally Posted by UEwii05 View Post
    I'm having the same problem except I am using an actual wii iso. Each time I try to add Super Mario Galaxy to my WBFS drive, WBFS Manager says done, but nothing appears on my drive. I'm assuming the iso is bad. If anyone knows of any other reason, please let me know. Thanks.
    It is possible the iso is bad. In the WBFS manager it displays the iso size and the expected size on disk- this should not be zero.
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