I spent hours searching for the answer last night, and I couldn't figure this out. I just got my Seagate Freeagent Go 500gb, and I'm testing it out. I made two primary partitions, the first is 50gb FAT32 (volume label: Wii Files, drive M that I plan on using for Homebrew. The second partition (volume label: WBFS drive N is 415gb, converted to WBFS from FAT32, and works flawlessly with Ultimate USB Loader. So I know my HDD works with the usb loaders, and GEEXBOX recognizes the folders from the 50gb partition (I even watched a video). But every time I load an emulator, in about 20 seconds the light on my HDD fades to black. The moment I exit back to the Homebrew Channel, the light comes on. However, if I try to boot up USB Loader after trying the emulator, then the loader won't recognize my drive at all, and I have to power off/on the system. Could it just be that my drive won't play non-Linux homebrew, or is there something I failed to do? I'd imagine it should be easy as selecting "load from USB" in the emulator settings, and browsing to the appropriate folder. Looking at the compatibility wiki for usb devices, it looks like most people never bothered to test with homebrew. I'm getting ready to just make my drive one partition for wbfs, but before I do, I wanted some feedback. I'd really like the extra space on my HDD for when the N64, NeoGeo, and MAME emulators take off. Thanks in advance for any help.