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    wbfs manager it says An error occurred while loading drive. Make sure the drive is not in use or open
    Make sure you have the correct Drive Letter Selected when trying to Load the drive with WBFS Manager. Exapmple: If you have C:/ selected it will give you that message every time.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Krank View Post
    Make sure you have the correct Drive Letter Selected when trying to Load the drive with WBFS Manager. Exapmple: If you have C:/ selected it will give you that message every time.
    i had the right drive letter selected and still got that message. my computers drive manager says the format is RAW. could that have anything to do with it?

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    No. It will display as RAW in windows if it is formatted to WBFS.
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    oh well... i guess i will just let it ride. thanks for your help

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    Did you re-format to WBFS after you re-partitioned your drive?

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    no i did not re format anything.

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    Follow this guide to re-format your hard drive.

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    won't i lose everything if i reformat?

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    Quote Originally Posted by seanhite View Post
    ok, i think i screwed something up. i tried to partition my drive to have a section for ciso files. when i bring up wbfs manager it says An error occurred while loading drive. Make sure the drive is not in use or open and that has been formatted to WBFS format. when i check the drive under my computer it recognizes the drive but not the contents. when i check the disc manager it says it is a RAW format. it is almost full and it still plays when i hook it up to the wii so i am not too worried but i can't add anymore games or transfer it to another hard drive. any advice.
    You already did lose everything if you re-partitioned it (unless you created a second partition). And seeing the errors you are getting when you plug it in to your computer it sounds like you have. So what the heck.

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    i did create a second partition. but i did not lose everything. it still has all the games on the hard drive. but for some reason wbfs manager and my computer cannot read it. but the games are still there when i plug it up to the wii.

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