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    Does Anyone know who to put two Mw3 ISO on one usb? or anyother way to put iso on a usb without using WBFS Manager

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    make a folder called "wbfs" on the root of your USB. name the iso "SM8E52" and stick it in the wbfs folder. or you can use wiibackupmanager

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    Make sure your USB has enough gigs to hold both isos.

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    If it doesn't fit in your USB download the no campaign version. It weights only 850mbs.

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    Quote Originally Posted by THE-MAN View Post
    Make sure your USB has enough gigs to hold both isos.
    lol , i use a 750gb external hard drive , i mean to have two MW3 iso

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    i totally missed the 2 iso's part. you could try renaming one and renaming the game ID with this http://www.mediafire.com/?p2hm2uwfyxxdy0h and do what my earlier post stated

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    Quote Originally Posted by MrOwnership View Post
    make a folder called "wbfs" on the root of your USB. name the iso "SM8E52" and stick it in the wbfs folder. or you can use wiibackupmanager
    I call it
    MW3 (SM8E52).iso
    so then I can remember what it is.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MrOwnership View Post
    i totally missed the 2 iso's part. you could try renaming one and renaming the game ID with this http://www.mediafire.com/?p2hm2uwfyxxdy0h and do what my earlier post stated
    Do i put the same GameName And Game ID?

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    you could change the name to whatever ex. "MW3 mod menu" and the ID to whatever also ex. "SM8E53". I think, i have never tried putting 2 of the same game on one HDD. I dont see whay it wouldn't work.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MrOwnership View Post
    you could change the name to whatever ex. "MW3 mod menu" and the ID to whatever also ex. "SM8E53". I think, i have never tried putting 2 of the same game on one HDD. I dont see whay it wouldn't work.

    ok ill tray , and i want to do that i want to have Despicable V5 and Superman V5 mod menus

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