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    Unplug the drive and replug it and try, but i am off to bed. Hopefully someone will continue with you.

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    ok, after messing around for a while i finally got it to work without formating it all, it looks like this... plz tell me if its right?



    and also with wbfs ummm the files are around 4GB but when i xfer them to my external they say something like estimated GB 0.40 but the actual file is over 4 gig i xferd them and it looks like this... plz tell me if this is right also ><


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    sorry to double post

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    That because WBFS Manager "scubs" the ISO for you. Scrubbing is the removal of the update partition that most discs have in them. Take for example Animal Crossing, ripped it is a 4.35gb disc, but after scrubbing it is only 56mb [yes animamal crossing is only 56 megabytes]. And no thats still not right, WBFS is still not the first drive in line.

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    ah ok, makes sense now i didnt really understand before but you really helped me so i gotta make sure the games go in the first portion thanks a lot man

    any way to switch them around or not? or do i just need to reformat the whole thing?

    and i have tried to format it but where i split the portions i tried to delete the portion and it just said free space, cant figure out how to make it all just 1 portion agian, im using EASEUS
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    You would need to use some sort of USB Formatting program, there are pleanty of them around. Or you can just use command line and use fdisk to delete all the partitions on the drive.

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    ok so i messed around and im pretty sure i got it right this time...

    my e drive is for the wii games plz let me know if its right


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    just to let you know the 360 wont read a partition unless its the primary and in fat32 format.

    To partition the drive i used partition magic 8.0, you can get the full version from your usual places . So much easier to use and much quicker to format and partition.

    Good luck

    edit - the above looks fine and should work, just format drive in wbfs manager now and your good to go.
    Last edited by j0n35y; 01-02-2010 at 06:19 AM.

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