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    maybe I can use the wbfs manager to convert the .iso to a .wbfs, and then just copy the .wbfs to my fat drive?

    or is there some other PC app that can do this?

    or better still , a homebrew app that runs on the wii what just plays .isos?

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    I'm confused. Luckily OddGriffin isn't and can help you.

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    Quote Originally Posted by GazNicki View Post
    I'm confused. Luckily OddGriffin isn't and can help you.
    I only found out about this from one of the mods days ago and haven't had the chance to try it myself. I guess there is an program that will convert the iso into wbfs file extension and it scrubbs it down to size on fat32 file system for whatever loader he is talking about. Now the other programmers are trying to get this going on theirs as well. I have also heard it works on ntsc as well, but like i said this is second hand info so i cannot firmly stand behind it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by oakz View Post
    maybe I can use the wbfs manager to convert the .iso to a .wbfs, and then just copy the .wbfs to my fat drive?

    or is there some other PC app that can do this?

    or better still , a homebrew app that runs on the wii what just plays .isos?
    you need wbfssync-2.0.08 and for wbfs partitions to easy convert and WiiBackupManager033for fat32 and NTFS.

    you also need USBLoaderCFG_NForwarder-UCXF-Channel.wad

    Fat32FormatterEN to get a larger fat32 partition.
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    http://www.wiihacks.com/wiihacks-newbie-discussions-forum/41405-tut-wii-hacking-probs-4-2-a.html

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    solution

    hi all, turns out all I needed was the app called wbfs_file (now at version 2.7)

    this will run on PC or Mac, and convert an .iso to a .wbfs, which I can then simply copy to the FAT drive, without needing a burned DVD.

    cheers to all for your advice an patience.

    I tried it, and it works.

    I use configurable usb loader v50c, with a fat drive... all good... no other tools needed.

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