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Thread: game rip has .wbfs extension, but wbfs manager can't add it to my wfbs format drive?

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    game rip has .wbfs extension, but wbfs manager can't add it to my wfbs format drive?

    When I click browse my only options are .iso and .rar, i can't choose .wbfs.
    So how to I add it to my drive?

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    Where did you get a .wbfs file? (don't post a link if you downloaded it).

    You can use Wii backup manager and I think WBFS Intelligent has that option as well.
    Damn I suck!!!!

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    .wbfs files are normally used when you are using a FAT/NTFS format for your HDD.

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