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    Have not seen this issue on here yet.

    I have an old hdd (wbfs) that I originally used for backups. I have a fat32/ntfs one that I use now. Disney Epic Mickey on the wbfs one. I use Wii Game Manager or Wii Backup Manager and put it onto the ntfs one. Either way, it puts it in its own folder, like the rest. It uses the ssbb 6 digit game code though for both the folder and the .wbfs file. Showed two copies of ssbb in cfg loader and renaming it made the file unreadable to cfg loader.

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    What? Is this a question? Is this a tutorial?
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    Quote Originally Posted by vyledust View Post
    I have an old hdd (wbfs) that I originally used for backups. I have a fat32/ntfs one that I use now. Disney Epic Mickey on the wbfs one. I use Wii Game Manager or Wii Backup Manager and put it onto the ntfs one. Either way, it puts it in its own folder, like the rest. It uses the ssbb 6 digit game code though for both the folder and the .wbfs file. Showed two copies of ssbb in cfg loader and renaming it made the file unreadable to cfg loader.

    it needs the game ID in the name look at the ntfs or fat323 guide for more info

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cile View Post
    it needs the game ID in the name look at the ntfs or fat323 guide for more info
    That is the thing though. All my other games copied fine. I know what the structure should look like. If I leave it, the folder has the ssbb gameid with the disney epic mickey name attached. Inside the folder, is the ssbb gameid.wbfs. It shows up as a second ssbb game through cfg loader. If I rename it to the disney epic mickey name, it shows up but can not read it.

    Edit: Ok, this is getting more strange. I extracted the working iso (off the old hd) from wbfsmanager and opened it with WiiBackupManager and it opened as ssbb. Same filesize as mickey should have been, but renamed ssbb.
    Last edited by vyledust; 01-28-2011 at 01:22 PM.

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