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    newbee cant work out wbfs

    hi every1 this is my first post after succesfully hacking my 4.2 wii using your exellent advice.
    i have put lots of games on my new wii hdd but cannot work out how to put.wbfs files on2 the drive using wbfs manager as some of the games i have are already in the wbfs format.

    any help would be appreciated.
    many thanks

    fluximus

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    its just the iso files u put onto the wbfs partitin of the hdd with wbfs manager, just remember to have the hdd plugged into the bottom usb port

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    sorry i think you may have misunderstood or i explained badly,i have 2 x wbfs files on my pc which i would like to add to the drive along with all my other games,the iso files add and convert fine but these 2 particular files are already wbfs files and they wont go across or even show up in the right hand window of wbfs manager.
    thanks for your help and if you can shed any more light on it for me id be well chuffed...

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    I dont understand either! An iso is not in wbfs format,it's the partition on the hdd that is formatted to wbfs.
    It's like you're saying you're trying to load 2 wbfs partitions into another wbfs partition! Confused



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    right i have downloaded 2 games,when un rarred they come up with rzppo1.wbfs and r64po1.wbfs instead of the usual iso file.
    i presume these are the games as the id tags suggest but instead of coming up as an iso they are .wbfs files?help im confused.....

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    What games are they and how big are the files in GB?



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    links xbow training=210,944kb and wii music =143,460 kb......

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    It seems as though the iso has already been scrubbed!
    Have you tried renaming the file to rzpp01.iso and see
    if that works?



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    you are a legend thanks very much my mrs will be well happy.....

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    You're very welcome! But to be honest,I was at a bit of a loss because i've
    never come across that problem before LOL
    But after a little research,it would seem that configurable usb loader
    supports fat32,and when you rip an iso through CFG it automatically
    converts the iso to wbfs.Found this out by reading this thread I dont use CFG,so I know nothing about it!
    I'm off to bed! It's 10:21pm monday 12th april in Australia!
    Goodnight!



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