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    Exclamation How to move .iso files to WIIFLOW

    how do you move .iso files to wiiflow without formatting an already formatted hard drive with 116 games? Because I bought a 350 GB hard disk and it had 116 Games in it... But when I opened it with my Laptop I see that it had a folder called "wiiflow" in it and it had files like cache and other stuff like game covers. Then I checked and it said it had only 510 maximum MB and it had 310 MB remaining in it... What does this mean? And its files were in .wfc format. What does this mean? I downloaded Wii Backup manager and it said that the drive does not need any formatting. Help me please.

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    Red face Help

    I have a 320 GB HDD and it has 116 Wii games in it. All I want to know is why doesn't the WBFS Manager detect that the drive is capable of Wii games? I bought it from a shop and they installed Wii Flow for me. I'm using VALBOX loader to play games from my HDD and it opens u with WiiFlow. My version is 4.2u. :/ Help me... I'm new to this site and I don't know much about hacking my Wii. And if you have the time can you please teach me how to add games? all I can see in my HDD when I connect it to my computer is a folder call "wiiflow". Thanks in advance.

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    Threads merged, no reason to start a 2nd one asking the same thing. I have no idea what "VALBOX" loader is, lol.

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    Ok, sorry.

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    the description to your problem is very vague, so ill just have a guess lol, your games are not stored in your wiiflow folder, the files in there should be things like the configuration settings and covers and things like that your games will either be in a folder called wbsf or on a partition formatted to wbsf
    and if you have a wbsf partition your computer wont read it and will tell you it needs formatting but dont format it

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