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Converting ciso

Discussion in 'Nintendo Wii / Wii U' started by bigo93, May 29, 2011.

  1. bigo93

    bigo93 Regular member

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    Is there a way to convert a ciso file to a wbfs file?

    I thought that Wii Backup manager would but it can only convert wbfs to isos, but no tthe other way round.
     
  2. Vato

    Vato Regular member

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    You need Wbfs intelligent gui v6 program.
     
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    looked at that and dont see any option on converting to wbfs. Also I want to keep my hdd as nfts, not wbfs.
     
  4. Vato

    Vato Regular member

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    You make no sense.
    You want to keep your HDD as NTFS but then you ask to convert a file to WBFS!?!
    Your HDD has to be as an WBFS format in order to have WBFS files in it. > <
     
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    Heh another person who doesnt keep up with the scene. I'm a wii noob and usb loader gx now supports ntfs hdds, but the games must be in .wbfs format to work.

    Honestly I heard the wii scene was big and yet all the info on softmodding a wii, converting between formats is all been left half finished. eg I cant convert a ciso file to wbfs or iso. but you can do the reverse.
     
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    WRONG. NTFS formatted drives can read ISO, cIOS, and WBFS format files.


    bigo, what you want is wii backup manager.

    http://gbatemp.net/index.php?showtopic=188295

    personally, i would just have a drive strictly for the wii and do FAT32/WBFS partitions. all emulators and loaders on FAT32, and wii games on WBFS.
     
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  7. Vato

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    WRONG!!!! I was meaning so that the WBFS Program can recognise your HDD.
     

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