I originally had Xenoblade Chronicles on my WBFS formatted hard drive as a WBFS file. Towards the end of the game, I got a freeze at the same point, every time, during the same cutscene. At first I suspected it could have been a bad dump, so I redownloaded another release, but still got the same freeze. The other advice I kept getting was either a) to make sure all my IOSes, etc. were up to date and b) to reformat my HDD to NTFS in order to use the ISO format and not the WBFS format. I was leery of re-hacking my Wii because the first time I hacked it was a really long time ago (to the point where I had no clue that the ModMIi tool existed). I tried just the HDD reformat initially, but couldn't figure out how to properly name the folders for an NTFS format because all the tutorials I saw on NTFS filenames were vague. In the end, I ended up both re-hacking my Wii and reformatting my HDD, and I put together a quick, super basic guide on how to do so in case there are other people who were having the same problems with reformatting and/or rehacking. I would like to add that this was much easier than I thought it would be thanks to the ModMii tool! So a huge thank you to the people who developed that. 1) Copy all games you want to keep from your external hard drive to your PC 2) Use the ModMii tool (google it) to re-hack your Wii. I was really nervous about re-hacking because I thought it would be time-consuming and easier to cause a brick, but ModMii makes everything SO easy. Doing a complete re-hack took me 20 minutes, MAYBE a half-hour. 2a) Install a new USB Loader if necessary. I was using USB Loader GX, but since it seems like that's outdated, I used ModMii to install both CFG USB Loader and WiiFlow. Xenoblade works great on either, I just wanted to try both out. 3) Reformat HDD to NTFS using your method of choice 4) Use Wii File Manager or, again, your method of choice to transfer all OTHER games back to the HDD 5) Make a folder in the "wbfs" folder that should be on your HDD (if you transferred all your other games back first, otherwise, make a "wbfs" folder in the root of your hard drive) titled "Xenoblade Chronicles [SX4P01]" (so, the name of the game and then, in brackets, the Game ID number, which you can find easily on Google) 6) Then, copy your Xenoblade ISO over to that folder, retitle it "SX4P01" (or "SX4P01.iso" depending on how your OS displays filenames) and you're good to go!