Step 1. Install WBFS Manager and format your USB Drive
A. Download and Install WBFS Manager
- Click here to download WBFS Manager for 32-bit (x32 or x86) operating systems.
- Click here to download WBFS Manager for 64-bit (x64) operating systems.
B. Plug in your USB Drive into your computer or laptop if it isn’t already plugged in.
C. Go to “My Computer” or “Computer” and remember what letter your USB Drive is assigned.
D. Open WBFS Manager and Select your USB Drive letter from the drop down menu at the top left corner by Drive:
Note: If you have important data in your USB Drive, make sure to back it up first.
F. Click on Format and then click on Yes>OK.
Step 2. Use WBFS Manager to import Wii .ISOs to your USB Drive
A. Click on Load.
B. Click on Browse… on the bottom right.
C. Select the .ISO or .ISOs you want to import, then click OPEN.
Note: To import individual .ISOs, hold down CTRL and click on the ones you want to import.
Note: To import multiple “in between” .ISOs, select a “beginning” .ISO, then hold down SHIFT and click the “end” .ISO to include the .ISOs in between as well as the beginning and end.
D. After WBFS Manager is done analyzing your .ISO or .ISOs, click on Add to Drive.
E. Once WBFS Manager is done importing your .ISO or .ISOs, be sure to “Safely remove” your USB Drive. If you don’t know how click here.