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    WFSB back-up

    My back-up copy on a different drive crashed and am left with WFSB that has all my games on it and would like to back up those games onto a different hard drive for protection, how do I go about that?

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    Use WBFS Manager. It can extract the games from the WBFS Drive to any location you want on your PC.

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    If both drives are wbfs formatted you can do a drive to drive clone with wbfs manager also.Hook both up to your pc via usb, open wbfs manager, refresh drive list, select your current drive. Click the drive to drive arrow located on bottom left of the page, refresh drive list, select the new drive letter, select clone drive. Again this is assuming both drives are wbfs formatted.
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    Quote Originally Posted by thatfloorguy View Post
    If both drives are wbfs formatted you can do a drive to drive clone with wbfs manager also.Hook both up to your pc via usb, open wbfs manager, refresh drive list, select your current drive. Click the drive to drive arrow located on bottom left of the page, refresh drive list, select the new drive letter, select clone drive. Again this is assuming both drives are wbfs formatted.
    I didn't format the other drive (WBFS) but I guess that is the way to go. I was hoping to re-back up my iso....how would I go about doing that? Oh, thanks for everyone comments.

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    WiiBackupManager, Wii Game Manager, WBFS manager (old).

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