I patched the MIOS I think but do I have to load GCBoot from the same SD card tat I pathced the MIOS? I have 4 SD cards. I got up to the part where GCBoot loads but then when I pressed Y it gave me that SAME error message. Do I have to have the MIOS and the 000001 on my SD card even after I patch it and on the same card as GCBoot? I have that on a separate card since it has a lot of apps on it. Please help and if possible, get dronesplitter's attention for me. Ask if he has a messenger so this step can be done really quick then I will stop and then move on and leave him alone. (read PM forwarded below). QUOTE Message Forwarded From dronesplitter Here are the directions but I just want to say upfront that I cannot promise that everything I list is safe for your Wii. These steps worked for me but your setup may be different and something could go wrong. If your Wii currently runs fine, gaining the ability to backup Gamecube saves may not be that important, considering the risk involved in modifying your system, as you can always just buy a new memory card and transfer saves directly to it. Here are the steps I put in the readme you should have. 1. Place both GCBooterHomebrew and GCMM modified apps on SD card to boot with HBC. This just means to copy the GCBooterHomebrew folder to your apps folder on SD card. "GCMM mod" has a folder in it called apps and a folder called gcmm inside of that. Move that gcmm folder into your apps folder. 2. Place the "gamecube" folder's gcmm.dol from GCMM mod at root of SD card (rename to start.dol). The gcmm.dol I mean here is the one in "GCMM mod"->"gamecube"->gcmm.dol Put that file at the root of your SD card but rename it start.dol 3. Boot GCBoot app which loads start.dol in GCN mode. Load homebrew channel and look for the blue graphic that says GCBoot. Launch it. Make sure you have a memory card in slot B, as you will need it there if you want to copy files from it to your SD card. 4. With a GCN controller in the first port, press Y to enter backup mode (should show files for memory card slot B). You should see a screen show up that where you press Y to enter a mode to backup your memory card files. Press Y and make sure the files show up (scroll down through one or tow of them and make sure you see a banner or icon load in the right window for that game). 5. Press power button on Wii console, wait for HBC to reload (I use bootmii.ini with auto HBC boot). This is self-explanatory. 6. Now run GCMM 2.0 app When Homebrew Channel pops up again, launch the app that says GCMM with a white background. Also is the bootmii folder supposed to be placed on the apps or the root and if on the root how do I get it to the point to make bootmii NOT pop up everytime I turn on the Wii. And what version of bootmii should I use since there are many of them? My Wii can only install bootmii as an IOS but my friend's can install boot2 and we both have the same HBC version (the latest, 8).