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    Exclamation WBFS Manager Mac Delete ?

    Hey,

    I've found that when i choose delete ISO from my WBFS manager, that it doesn't "Hard" delete it from my USB.

    So I have a 8 GB USB where 4 games where on and 1 GB free, now i have 1 game, and deleted the other 3 games.. and still 1 GB free,

    How can i solve this ?

    Grzz

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    You must be doing something wrong, WBFS manager has never done this for me, you could always reformat the USB memory stick, that will delete all of the games.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Stomp_442 View Post
    You must be doing something wrong, WBFS manager has never done this for me, you could always reformat the USB memory stick, that will delete all of the games.


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    I've already tryd it reformatting on my PC, there it just says it to..

    Anyone else ?

    Quote Originally Posted by Stomp_442 View Post
    You must be doing something wrong, WBFS manager has never done this for me, you could always reformat the USB memory stick, that will delete all of the games.
    I'm using MAC, so i think this would be an .Trash issue but how could i fix this ?

    Quote Originally Posted by Stomp_442 View Post
    You must be doing something wrong, WBFS manager has never done this for me, you could always reformat the USB memory stick, that will delete all of the games.
    I'm using MAC, so i think this would be an .Trash issue but how could i fix this ?
    Last edited by oddgriffin; 06-20-2010 at 02:06 PM.

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    I have no experience with Mac, the best I can offer is this app that I posted yesterday - http://www.wiihacks.com/customizatio...g-systems.html

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    OKe thanks, let's try ^^

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