Now, try out CFG usb loader, it works good also. Rips to HD just fine. Try them all, and keep the one you like best!
Up to you, you can leave it all as FAT32 if you want, or NTFS. Your personal preference.Basically I still want to use a little portion of the hard drive for basic back up of computer media that is why I want 2 partitions. But is it really WORTH it to have a WBFS partitioned space?
All games ripped through the loader are *.wbfs, unless you are loading ISO's... also getting a little touchy, bordering on piracy talk.I did read you save a few GB, but is it too troublesome to get the wii games as a WBFS file or is that the default type you get from ripping using USBloader GX?
Probably not, check the Wii Game Sizes after scrubbing guide for your game. HEREI don't plan on having more than 50 games on the WBFS drive is 120 overkill?
Getting into a touchy area now again, but the answer is no. You can load the RARed file through WBFS Manager or Wii Backup Manager, it will unrar it and place it in the queue to copy to your hard driveWiiscrubbed games cannot be loaded via usbloader unless the iso has already been extracted from the winrar file correct?