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    and use the wad manager to install it?

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    Sorry for being a pain but i cant remember if you acces files that u place in Bootmii folder via wad manager?

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    I have also purchased a drive that will only give me options to format in exFAT and NFTS...Is there anyway to get this into a FAT32 format? Would love to not have the issue of the constant wanting to be formatted by Winblows, and the easy of moving files seems really nice. If there are no easy options I guess I can always Fdisk it. But a easier solution is always welcome.

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    Google a formattter program to format a large fat32 partition

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    Quote Originally Posted by Andrewc181 View Post
    Sorry for being a pain but i cant remember if you acces files that u place in Bootmii folder via wad manager?
    Hmmm... To install WADS you put the .wad files in the WAD folder. Im not sure I understand your question...why would you need to access the bootmii folder in wad manager? ( the only thing in the bootmii folder should be armboot.bin, ppcboot.elf, and bootmii.ini. Possibly Nand.bin and keys.bin as well) Why would you need to access those files from wad manager?
    Damn I suck!!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by stmcmurray76 View Post
    Google a formattter program to format a large fat32 partition
    TY will do.

    Will I be able to run the HBC apps from this FAT32 partition as well as emulators with supported roms?

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    Kriegmacht,
    Check this post earlier in this thread,
    http://www.wiihacks.com/wiihacks-new...tml#post381005
    Here's a Good FAT32 Format Tool
    FAT32 Formatter
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    SoftMod Essentials:- CFG USB Loader FAT32 --- Wii Game Manager

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    Quote Originally Posted by renke_uk View Post
    Kriegmacht,
    Check this post earlier in this thread,
    http://www.wiihacks.com/wiihacks-new...tml#post381005
    Here's a Good FAT32 Format Tool
    FAT32 Formatter
    Regards
    OK i reread the posts, must be getting really sleepy to have missed that or not noticed what I read. Just a quick question...how to you change the games to the .wfsb format? Is it as simple as changing the file ext.?

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    If you are copying from a disk then CFG USB loader will do it automatically for you when it copies it to the HDD

    Create a WBFS folder on your Fat32 HDD
    Using wii game manager :-
    You download your .iso file from what ever source, then select your game(s) in wii game manager and select create .wbfs filw with subdirectories, 4gb split
    browse the WBFS folder and wii game manager does the rest.

    so basically instead of it being an .iso file on a WBFS partition its a .wbfs file on a FAT32 Partition.
    SoftMod Essentials:- CFG USB Loader FAT32 --- Wii Game Manager

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