WBFS (Wii Backup File System) is a file system that is not recognized by any computer OS. So if you want to add ISO files that are on your computer to your drive, you have to use a WBFS manager. Some features most WBFS managers have:
Copy ISO from or to PC
Copy ISO files from drive to drive
Copy or create cISO files
For a complete list of WBFS managers, go to:
WBFS Manager & channel creator 3.3
made by: HowardC
A commonly used WBFS manager that can create channels too (we recommend using Loadstructor if you need this)
WBFS Intelligent GUI v6
made by: elmesias
Another GUI WBFS manager that can handle cISO (compressed ISO). It also has the ability to rip backup discs to USB
Homepage: http://www.elotrolado.net/hilo_caratulas-c...espa-ol_1214554 (Spanish)
Download: http://www.mediafire.com/download.php?zn4jlfzigyc (English)
made by: nubecoder
A simple, user friendly and good looking WBFS manager with GUI. Can also handle cISO.
WBFS for MAC OS-X
made by: darkten & om_nous
Info: This is the only Mac OS-X compatible WBFS manager, so its worth to mention it!
Note that the format function isn't very good with this manager, so please use an USB loader to format your drive.
Wii Backup Manager for Windows
made by: fig2k4
Info: This is the only manager that supports FAT drives. It also supports transferring between WBFS and FAT drives and converting between ISO, CISO, and WBFS images.
See the Wii Backup Manager page for more info.
made by: makiolo
Info: A great WBFS manager for Linux Operating systems. Also capable of downloading covers.
Wiimm's ISO Tools
made by: Wiimm
Info: A CLI (Command Line Interface) WBFS manager with a lot of functions! Two GUI version are available: qtwitgui and WiiJManager.