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    Advice on buring small Wii files too large discs

    have a 300mb .iso file, which I want to burn, but i dont want to waste a good 3gb .
    is there anyway I can combine wii iso's, like the GC multidisc app?

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    I don't think so...

    Why don't you USB load instead? It's a much better alternative and pretty much everyone admits it's better.

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    I have 1 tb hdd, and I would totally use it. but i have about 300 GB's of stuff on it, and I cant just get rid of all of it, theres no where too put it.

    I might get a new hdd in the future, but for now I can only rely on my dvd-r's

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    Then why not use the FAT32 method?

    I have a 1TB HDD and use it for games and other stuff too

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    If your drive is already formatted to NTFS you can still use it. Check out the NTFS guide HERE.

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    Quote Originally Posted by isoguy View Post
    Then why not use the FAT32 method?

    I have a 1TB HDD and use it for games and other stuff too
    what does it involve/wheres the tut?

    and to tthe guy above me, thanks ill check that out.

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    To find the guide, go to the search function on this site and look for "fat32 guide". If you can't find it after that, then I'll just have to post a direct link lol.

    The FAT32 method is awesome in my opinion as you can continue to use your HDD for other stuff too. To use a HDD, all you have to do is create a folder on the root of it (so not within another folder) called "wbfs". Then put your games, in wbfs format, there.

    You can convert ISOs to WBFS files using Wii Backup Manager.

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    Quote Originally Posted by julsz69 View Post
    what does it involve/wheres the tut?

    and to tthe guy above me, thanks ill check that out.
    ..hmmm.. I should write a tutorial about google.... that might help you more...

    Did I come off like a jerk?? Read more here


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