How to Create a Partition on WBFS Manager

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How to Create a Partition on WBFS Manager
WBFS Manager transfers Wii console games to the USB drive. (Jupiterimages/Photos.com/Getty Images)

The WBFS (Wii Backup File System) is a custom file system for Wii game console. It works by creating a WBFS partition on a flash memory card or USB device. You can run a Wii application after you copy ISO images of the game to the partition and use a Wii USB loader. The WBFS Manager lets users transfer ISO image files to a WBFS formatted drive. You need to allocate space on your hard drive with a WBFS-supported formatting program to create a partition for use with WBFS Manager.

Skill level:
Moderately Easy

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Instructions

  1. 1

    Download EASEUS Partition Master and unzip the "epm.zip file.

  2. 2

    Double-click on the "EMPSetup.exe" file to install EASEUS Partition Master and run the program.

  3. 3

    Right-click the drive you want to partition and choose the "Resize/Move" from the pop-up menu.

  4. 4

    Choose the size of the "Unallocated Space After" hard drive space using arrows on the "Size and Position" box, then click the "OK" button.

  5. 5

    Click "Apply" and "Yes" to confirm the WBFS drive size and start the hard drive partitioning.

  6. 6

    Right-click on "My Computer" in the Windows menu and select the "Manage" option.

  7. 7

    Click "Disk Management" on the left side of the window.

  8. 8

    Right-click on the "Unallocated Space" entry and choose "New Partition" from the pop-up menu.

  9. 9

    Click "Next", then select the "Primary Partition." Choose the drive letter you want to assign to your WBFS device.

  10. 10

    Choose"Do Not Format This Partition," then click on the "Finish"button to complete the creation of partition for use with WBFS Manager.

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