I spent a lot of time trying to figure out how to set up sneek 0.1 when I got a copy of it, and many people out there seem to be having trouble with it as well, so I thought I would detail exactly what I did to get it running in the hopes people might find it useful for future versions when its released. I know its supposedly illegal to have right now, its also a bit on the slow slide and a little freeze up happy so I don't recommend actually using it in its current state anyway, but for academic/educational value here's how I did it: 1. I made a NAND backup with Simple FS Dumper 0.1 that I found here http://gbatemp.net/index.php?showtopic=170367 2. downloaded IOS 60 with NUSD with the decrypt option on http://wiibrew.org/wiki/NUS_Downloader 3. Opened the folder IOS 60 was downloaded to, deleted all of the encrypted files (not ending in. app) 4. Using a hex editor (HxD in my case) I looked for 00000001-0000003c inside the tmd.6174 and cetk file and changed it to 00000001-000000fa 5. Also using HxD I deleted the string 00 00 00 04 00 04 80 01 00 00 00 00 00 00 2A 88 2E 51 D7 C3 DC 5B 6A D8 98 36 2A 9F 5A 53 09 A6 3C 91 19 42 from the tmd.6174 file (this is the SD module) 6. Using the goto feature of HxD I went to location 1DE and changed the 00 0F to 00 0E (this is reducing the content count by 1) 7. I copied 0000000e.app to the sneek folder and renamed it 0000000e 8. Using a command prompt I typed in "elfins.exe esmodule.elf 0000000e tmp.bin" followed by "elfins.exe fsmodule.elf tmp.bin 0000000e.app" and finally "boot2me.exe 0000000e.app boot2.bin" 9. Copied the newly made boot2.bin to the root of my SD card 10. Copied the bootmii folder included with sneek to the root of my SD card after backing up the existing bootmii folder 11. Copied everything in the downloaded IOS 60 folder to /title/00000001/0000000fa/content/ on the SD card (this is IOS 250, in my case it overwrite the IOS I had there and I had no problems) 12. Copied the 0000000e.app file in the sneek folder to this location as well (overwriting the existing file) 13. Renamed tmd.6174 to title.tmd (overwriting the one there if necessary) 14. Renamed cetk to 000000fa.tik and moved it to /ticket/00000001/ on the SD card (again overwriting an existing file if necessary) 15. Put the SD card in the wii, and bootmii booted the NAND from my SD card! (be patient it can be slow) Hope this helps!