Hi All, I’ve been running emuNAND ever since my release-date Wii’s internal SSD crashed, to avoid losing all of my DLC, saves, etc. I’ve been using UNEEK+DI r150 and JoYFlow for years (yes old, but up until now stable as a rock!), with a 320GB USB2 HDD. Original Wii hacked via Smash. EmuNAND is 4.3U, same serial as my real Wii, and NAND is based off of a dump for several months before my Wii NAND completely crashed (and then the emuNAND has been used for about 3 years, with no issues). It’s set to load via SD bootmii options. All of my purchased VC/WW/DLC have worked on emuNAND just like on the real one in the past. Anyway, I’ve not been playing my Wii much in the past several months. When I have, it’s worked fine including yesterday. But now I’m getting ready for a karaoke party tomorrow and RB3 with my DLC is just not working at all. It will freeze upon “refreshing content”, after loading a profile but before loading DLC, on the song list, and in games. So far, with several hours of trying, I’ve been able to complete 1 song once without a crash somewhere along the way… All other games, even those with DLC, seem to work just fine. What boggles my mind is that this set up has been stable for years! Nothing’s changed on the HDD or SD. I used to be able to play RB3 for hours on end with friends, with only a rare crash here or there. I assume something has corrupted on my emuNAND. I don’t really know what to start deleting to fix it, and I’ve tried using ModMII to make a newer UNEEK+DI or Neek2o NAND, and none even seem to work with my Wii. It either crashes on loading System Menu or crashes on loading a game (disc or backup). Starting with an absolutely clean NAND still doesn’t seem to work. It fails when trying to rip a disc via WiiFllow, PostLoader, etc. The disc drive doesn’t sound very happy (lots of extra vibration versus the last time I used it years ago) either. Maybe the new emuNANDs are having issue due to my real NAND having numerous bad blocks and corruption? Or maybe my Wii and the HDD have just succumbed to the ravages of time? Windows and Mac disc utilities don’t show any errors on the HDD. I’ve tried mirroring the contents exactly to a newer, larger 1TB USB2 HDD (formatted as FAT32 with 32k blocks), and with the same SD inserted the Wii refuses to boot (black screen for about 5 min, then pulsing blue activity light). Any help at all would be appreciated, as the party is already planned for tomorrow!!