Hello all, and I'm sorry if I posted this in the wrong area or forum, since I'm rather new to this site. From what I can tell so far, the gbatemp forum seems rather experienced with all sorts of things pertaining to Wii Hacking/Modding, which I've recently gotten into. I should probably explain everything before I get into my issue. For some time now, I've been wanting to play Gamecube Games on my Wii (which is capable of playing them,) but unfortunately, the disks I have in my possession are too damaged to work correctly. My brother and I have recently dug around in ways to get any sort of backup loader to work, and DIOS MIOS was the one we came across. We finally got it to work with Super Smash Brothers. Melee, and were entirely impressed; However, after a while, we both decided to play Tales of Symphonia; a two-disk set that requires a disk swap. We played the game up until before the point of the disk swap; I am aware that DIOS MIOS can automatically swap disks when it is detected, but the problem lies in my hardware. From what I am aware of, the internal SD Card reader that the Wii has equipped can only read SD cards of up to 2 GB, which I can assume is normal; However, since the SD card I use IS only 2 GB, and the .iso's of both disks exceed that amount, I was wondering if there was any work-around to this. We are in possession of Disk 1 and Disk 2, however, only Disk 1 is compatible, and Disk 2 is completely non-functional. There is no save point to get across the disk swap screen, so we are being forced to swap disks, whether we want to or not. So, my ultimate issue is, is there any way we could trim down the size of our .iso's and still have both disk 1 and disk 2 on a single 2 GB SD card, or am I going to have to buy a new disk? Tales of Symphonia, Disk 2, is on eBay right now, and we are prepared to buy it if it comes down to it. I only wanted to know if there was any way we could get the games to work without spending money if it is possible. We've come through so much to be stopped by something as simple as collected data size; It's disappointing to have to be forced to put it all on hold due to something as small as that. If anyone could provide some insight to the issue at hand, we would both be greatly appreciative of it; if not, we can just buy the disk separately without any issues, (unless of course, it's damaged as well.) Many thanks to those of you who read this who may have some insight.