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    how to copy a wbfs hardrive with games?

    how would i copy a external drive on another external drive?

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    whats this got to do with dumping and burning discs ?????

    use a game manager or drag and drop on to the other drive



    please post in the correct section of the forum i have moved theis thread into the newbie section
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    sorry wrong section.

    Game manager like wbfs?
    if i just drag and drop the old drive has to be preformated in wbfs?

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    fat32 or ntfs wbfs is out dated now so one of the 2 i said is recommended wii backup manager/wii game manager etc
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    fat32 or ntfs wbfs so if all these 3 are outdated. what format does wii backup manager/wii game manager ?

    i dont get it does it not work still if u use the old formats. yes im new here still learning and trying to clarify.

    thankyou

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    fat32 ntfs is not out dated i use fat32 and use wii game manager


    follow this guide to set up your new hard drive HERE
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