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    how to make wii games smaller

    Hi,

    i waz just wondering how to make wii games smaller? is that posible? also because i need more space on my harddrive
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    You can either scrub rhem with wiiscrubber or put the iso's in a zip file if you're storing them on a pc. Usb loading they're trimmed when you put them on your drive

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    You forgot to search? Don't get offensed: it's just that this one is answered over and over again.
    A few little hints for your searching quest: WBFS, Wii Backup Manager and Google.
    Good luck. (not sarcastic)

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    how do you trim and scrubb wii games to put on a harddrive? what are the risks?

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    Actually I haven't seen any wiiscrubber questions in a few months. That's why this caught my eye

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    so what would i do


    thx alot ur a lot of help (not sarcastic)

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    You didn't say WHY you want to do this? If it's for storage then just extract/convert to .wbfs files.
    Damn I suck!!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by newguy224 View Post
    so what would i do
    Depends. Do you want the games to be less in size on your HDD to play them via a USB loader, or do you want them to be less in size on your computer as a back-up?
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    small in size via usb loader

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    Quote Originally Posted by junkmail View Post
    Actually I haven't seen any wiiscrubber questions in a few months. That's why this caught my eye
    Yeah, I notcied that too after searching...
    Today was a horrible day, so I am as frustrated as I can be. My posts are a little messed up because of that... :l


    @ OP: http://www.wiihacks.com/recommended-...g-playing.html
    This guide is to format your HDD as FAT32, but it also includes a part to shrink your games somewhere.

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