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    Lower ISO size after scrubbed?

    Basically I have a 4GB SD Card and COD 4 and Goldeneye 007 are just under 4GB each (after scrubbed). However the WBFS Partition thing makes my USB 3.69 GB so I don't have enough space. Is there any way to reduce the ISO size or increase my SD Card size apart from buying a new SD card or burning on a disk?

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    Quote Originally Posted by funnyhjk3 View Post
    Basically I have a 4GB SD Card and COD 4 and Goldeneye 007 are just under 4GB each (after scrubbed). However the WBFS Partition thing makes my USB 3.69 GB so I don't have enough space. Is there any way to reduce the ISO size or increase my SD Card size apart from buying a new SD card or burning on a disk?
    Once it's scrubbed, it is as small as it can get. Either get a new USB HDD, or just play from the original disc.
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    Ok. Also if I have a USB HDD is their a way to not format everything on it as I have one but it has some very important files on it.

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    The WBFS client (if you're saying you're going to get a second drive) has a "clone" or copy option to take data from one USB HD and copy it over to the second one.

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    K, but then I can't play the games form the USB HDD if its not been fully formatted.

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    Your statement doesn't make sense. Are you (or do you have) two USB HDs? I was advising you one method if you had your old drive and the new replacement drive as to how this can be done. Your reply makes no sense. Perhaps you haven't secured a replacement as yet, hard to tell seeing as I failed Mindreader 101 in college.

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    No, I have a 4GB USB and a 500GB USB HDD and you said that you can clone the iso's onto my USB to my USB HDD. So basically I have to format the USB HDD to wbfs (cos i dont want to delete all the files on it)

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    I'm sorry --- what has data on it that you don't want to lose --- the 500gb HDD or?

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    500gb usb hdd

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    Quote Originally Posted by funnyhjk3 View Post
    500gb usb hdd
    It your USB HDD FAT32 or NTFS?
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