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    Enable Automatic RAR Extraction?

    So I was browsing around WBSF Manager and under Options > Advance / There is a Option for Automatic RAR extraction...

    Does this mean the 50Rar files I download from torrents, I don't have to extract the ISO on "My PC's" harddrive first, then transfer the ISO to WBSF ????

    Or what is it for?

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    You can select the RAR files and transfer them into WBFS manager 3.0. So you don't have to unrar the files first and then put them on the WBFS partition.

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    Quote Originally Posted by karloz25 View Post
    So I was browsing around WBSF Manager and under Options > Advance / There is a Option for Automatic RAR extraction...

    Does this mean the 50Rar files I download from torrents, I don't have to extract the ISO on "My PC's" harddrive first, then transfer the ISO to WBSF ????

    Or what is it for?

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    Yes, just drag the 1st RAR file over and it will do all the work for you.
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    Wow this saves a TON of time!

    So it ends up with a ISO or still Rar files, meaning, if I in the future want to transfer the game back to my PC, will it transfer Rar files or a ISO?

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    It ends up with a scrubbed file ofc on your WBFS drive, but transfer it back to an NTFS drive and it creates the ISO for you.
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    Quote Originally Posted by lfc4ever View Post
    It ends up with a scrubbed file ofc on your WBFS drive, but transfer it back to an NTFS drive and it creates the ISO for you.
    Scrubbed ISO ?

    So what are the Pros and Cons to Scrubbed ISO vs. Regular ISO?

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    The size. A regular Wii ISO is always 4.37 gb. A scrubbed NSMBW (as example) is 0.35 gb.

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