Step 5: Preparing ISO Storage Device
Option 1: on Wii
Use this option if you do not have any other data you wish to keep on the drive, as it will all be erased. Put the usb drive in one of the 2 usb slots in the back of the wii and launch cover floader from either the forwarder channel or the homebrew channel. It will say no WBFS drive found, press 2, I think, to format. you want to format. You can now move on to the next step to figure out how to add games to the wbfs drive.
Option 2: on computer
Use this option if you want to partition, or divide, the hard drive into 2 or more sections. I will be using a flashdrive as in example.
**ONLY FOR WINDOWS VISTA AND WINDOWS 7**
1. Download (and Install) this program.
2. Plug your flash drive into your computer.
3. Click the start circle in the lower right corner of your screen. Right click on computer and press manage. Click "Continue".
4. Over on the left click Disk Managment. You will see a number of disks. Look for one with an amount of space that matches your flashdrive.
5. Right click to the right of it where the blue bar is and press shrink volume. Enter the amount of space to shrink in MB. 1024 would be one gigabyte, 2048 being 2 and so on. Click "Shrink". You should get either unallocated or raw space.
6. Right click it and press new simple volume. Give it a drive letter but DO NOT format it. It should now be raw data.
7. Launch the program you downloaded above. Change the Drive to whatever letter you picked earlier. Press format. Now after it is done you have your WBFS drive.