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Thread: How can I put a .wbfs file on my wbfs HDD without having an iso?

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    How can I put a .wbfs file on my wbfs HDD without having an iso?

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    I can't put the file into the WBFS manager, it just wants rar's and iso's

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    Think you need a fat32 formatted partition. You have to un rar the file first, rar is a compression file. What exactly are you trying to do? Normally a iso is inside a rar and if you have multiple rars from a d/l, then you need to unrar rar 1 and the rest will do it automatically giving you an iso.

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    Nono, thats not the problem, I downloaded a game, that WAS in a .wbfs format, if I have an iso file or a rar file with an iso game with it, WBFS eats it, converts it and puts them on my HDD. But what do I do if the file(s) is allready converted?

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    Hi,
    Use wii backup manager to put your .wbfs game & folder onto a WBFS formatted drive
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    SoftMod Essentials:- CFG USB Loader FAT32 --- Wii Game Manager

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    Thanks Renke for clearing that up, I thought you could put them on a fat32 partition to as fat32 gets recognised by usb loader?
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    You can drag and drop .wbfs folders with games inside from one fat32 drive to another using windows also yeah
    Just this apps is cross format & cross platform

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    Thank you

    I posted this question a few days ago, but a forum moderator misunderstood the question and closed my thread -_-'

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    It will be more convenient to download the wbfs files because some of them are so much smaller :P

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    Plus just a quick question along the same sort of thing my brother in law brought his HDD round for me to take the games off, I did this by pulling them off through wbfs manager onto my hdd but they all get unscrubbed and take up a lot of room. Is there anyway of doing this with out them being unscrubbed. As I have had to scrub and rar them again to save space which is taking sometime.

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    What format you using narse?
    SoftMod Essentials:- CFG USB Loader FAT32 --- Wii Game Manager

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