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    Wbfs manager 3.0 question?

    Wbfs manager is great but i cannot suss out how to copy multiple items from the main drive to the secondary drive..have no problem in clicking an item and pressing the copy from drive to drive button...but if i want to copy across 5 items in a row?????.......

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    You mean you want to copy more than one games to your wii formatted hard drive at a time?

    You just click browse, select game file, then repeat. then click add to drive, and it should copy them all,
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    Click one game you want to transfer, the hold the right CTRL button, and the click the rest you want to transfer. You can select as many as you want, and pick and choose by doing that.

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    Excellent boys thankyou for quick response...sorted.

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    I have a new question about WBFS Manager and adding ISO files to my HDD in general. I am having real problems adding any games now in Windows 7 as everytime I plug in my WD Elements drive, Windows constantly tries to access it and comes up with a window saying: You need to format the disk drive before you can use it. I had previously formatted the drive in WBFS format when I was using Windows XP (I have since upgraded to W7), but now I am constantly getting the pop up window message and it continues to come up until I diosconnect the drive. This is stopping me from adding games to the drive in WBFS Manager and I don't know how to fix it.

    Is this just a compatability issue with W7 and WBFS formatted drives? I am using Configurable USB Loader and I know that can read Fat 32 formatted hard drives but from what I understand I would still have to format a partition of my drive in WBFS anyway to read the files.

    Can anyone help?

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    Quote Originally Posted by AfxTwn View Post
    I have a new question about WBFS Manager and adding ISO files to my HDD in general. I am having real problems adding any games now in Windows 7 as everytime I plug in my WD Elements drive, Windows constantly tries to access it and comes up with a window saying: You need to format the disk drive before you can use it. I had previously formatted the drive in WBFS format when I was using Windows XP (I have since upgraded to W7), but now I am constantly getting the pop up window message and it continues to come up until I diosconnect the drive. This is stopping me from adding games to the drive in WBFS Manager and I don't know how to fix it.

    Is this just a compatability issue with W7 and WBFS formatted drives? I am using Configurable USB Loader and I know that can read Fat 32 formatted hard drives but from what I understand I would still have to format a partition of my drive in WBFS anyway to read the files.

    Can anyone help?
    You need to make your own thread (or just do some searching) about this issue. I think there is some info on this problem.

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