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    Question How to put to of the same game on one usb drive.

    Title says it all. Wbfs manager and wii backup manager wont let me use two of the same iso, one modded, one unmodded on one drive.
    Help? I need this to make the mod menu patch code.

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    look for wii backup image editor , this will allow you to change a digit at the end and still use the same saves .

    I'll see if i can find you a link


    I have it as a link on my mediafire page :http://www.mediafire.com/?29g6oa2d38q2gaz

    It's real simple , you cant go wrong on it

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    Um i would try renaming them. Idk what else would work. also you could try one of the smaller iso's

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    Quote Originally Posted by Fable View Post
    look for wii backup image editor , this will allow you to change a digit at the end and still use the same saves .

    I'll see if i can find you a link


    I have it as a link on my mediafire page :http://www.mediafire.com/?29g6oa2d38q2gaz

    It's real simple , you cant go wrong on it
    Thank you for the quick response i already found the link but i appreciate the speed because it was urgent that i get it as i have been dying to make this code.

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    you need 2 iso's on one drive? use wii iso renamer

    http://www.mediafire.com/?16clfp7c0fmi8xr

    make sure the first 4 digits of the id are the same so SM8EXX only change the xx otherwise you cant go online

    the name can be anything

    just hit save, nothing will happen, but it did save it

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    while im at it , i would use wii backup manager instead of wbfs manager .

    WBFS manager can only convert ISO's while wii backup manager can do ISO's & WBFS files ( and has a shit load more options for changing things )

    If you need it , heres the link : http://www.mediafire.com/?bfjwtmg475i2pkc

    EDIT :
    Just re-read your first post , ignore the above

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