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    Default [HELP] WBFS mannager

    So i got the newest WBFS mannager and it will not let me format my USB, i know its not the USB because i use to use it when i was running isos a long time ago, any ideas or tips?

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    Quote Originally Posted by ICP View Post
    So i got the newest WBFS mannager and it will not let me format my USB, i know its not the USB because i use to use it when i was running isos a long time ago, any ideas or tips?
    When formatting, make sure nothing is using your USB. Make sure "My computer" isn't open either, since it is reading the USB.

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    Why not just use the USB to store games and not use wbfs manager. Just format your USB on the PC to ntfs, then create a folder named wbfs then inside that folder is where you put your ISO. But you have to rename the ISO to its game Id such as black ops is SC7E52.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Xtermination View Post
    Why not just use the USB to store games and not use wbfs manager. Just format your USB on the PC to ntfs, then create a folder named wbfs then inside that folder is where you put your ISO. But you have to rename the ISO to its game Id such as black ops is SC7E52.
    because im to lazy to do all that stuff? rather have wbfs do it for me,

    thanks, i didnt notice i had my computer open ._.

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    OK I was just suggesting that because if you do it that way you can change mod menus out in 5 min

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    one more thing, if im running scrubbed versions of games is there a spacific loader i should use? or would usb loader gx work

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    Well if that is NOT working, then try this WORKING way of how to format to mod:

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TJEGg...BPq1JMyH86hiyg

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    Quote Originally Posted by Xtermination View Post
    Why not just use the USB to store games and not use wbfs manager. Just format your USB on the PC to ntfs, then create a folder named wbfs then inside that folder is where you put your ISO. But you have to rename the ISO to its game Id such as black ops is SC7E52.
    Could you store more games that way?


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    Quote Originally Posted by Squeak View Post
    Well if that is NOT working, then try this WORKING way of how to format to mod:

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TJEGg...BPq1JMyH86hiyg
    hehe...thats my tut

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    Quote Originally Posted by G-rey View Post
    hehe...thats my tut
    Good job then, beacause that helped me out!

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