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    Default [HELP] Getting games onto USB

    Yes i know how to do this. But i have a USB that is far too small to hold certain games that i really want to play. I try finding a scrubbed version of it and it still is too big. Is there a program to make the iso (preferrably wbfs) file even smaller? Like extreme compression (ex. Zip Bomb)? or cutting files out completely, like movies and videos? WiiScrubber just won't do the job.

    Also, i live in the middle of nowhere and don't have a walmart or a best buy available to get a bigger usb and my disc drive broke, which is the reason why i decided to tackle this problem.

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    you need a 8gb usb flashdrive or bigger

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    I lost it, which is why i had to have a substitute. Ill go into town when i can but until then, any other options?

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    Quote Originally Posted by TBW View Post
    you need a 8gb usb flashdrive or bigger
    no you dont. dont listen to him

    there should be a few files for download of compressed isos for cod games floating around. not sure about any other games

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    Quote Originally Posted by Shadow-SOSA View Post
    Yes i know how to do this. But i have a USB that is far too small to hold certain games that i really want to play. I try finding a scrubbed version of it and it still is too big. Is there a program to make the iso (preferrably wbfs) file even smaller? Like extreme compression (ex. Zip Bomb)? or cutting files out completely, like movies and videos? WiiScrubber just won't do the job.

    Also, i live in the middle of nowhere and don't have a walmart or a best buy available to get a bigger usb and my disc drive broke, which is the reason why i decided to tackle this problem.
    Well if its an ISO i think you can use WinRAR to compress the file, you can use Mr.Ownershipes 1.25 GB ISO which is easy to use thats if you have a 2 GB flash drive.

    You would make a new folder titled "wbfs"
    *Without the quotes*

    Then drag the iso from your desktop or whatever and put it in that folder and add the tag to the name [SC7E52] or whatever game you have, you put the [The game ID] at the end.

    The then whenever you trucha sign, the iso location is your flash drive wbfs folder and there you go

    Flash drive must be in NTFS Format

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