Let's be honest, bumped topics doesn't generate replies, and I need an answer for this. Sorry for the inconvenience. Soooo... here's my sad story. I bought an USB microphone, and was eager to play some DLC stuff on Rock Band 2. Downloaded a NTSC ISO, burned it on a Sony DVD, 4x, all right, all running smoothly. It weren't recognized in my DVD drive, my Wii gave me "Unable to read the disc" error (the one with the question mark". No problem, loaded it through Neogamma and ta-da, working. Installed the wads to unlock DLCs, updated the Wii Shop Channel through NUSD, whatever, everything seemed to be alright. So the DLC bug happened: it wouldn't transfer to my SD card and remain stored on the NAND. I don't have emulated NAND, so I transferred all my DLC to SD card. After that, my NAND kept filling as I kept downloading songs, and when I tried to move it to the SD card... it won't let me do it because there was the same file - the one I had moved before. Lurking a bit through google and some forums, I noticed I had two options: 1) Load my game through the Disc Channel; 2) Load it through the cIOS 222/223. First option: I think I'd have to use DARKCORP, but I'm REALLY afraid of it. Not that I know something, but I saw people that had the same problem as me, installed DARKCORP, and didn't get any improvement at all, so I chose not to take the risk. Second option: I tried through Softchip, but it gave me the ioctl error whenever I tried to load Rock Band through 222 or 223 or 224 (although it loaded normally through 249). I had all the IOSs and cIOSs downloaded and installed through Pimp My Wii, so I thought that was a good idea install the Hermes cIOSs through his own installer. But when I try to do so, I get the Code Dump exception and my Wii freezes. I even tried to load through USB Loader GX, but I don't have a formattable USB drive, so... no cake for me. Someone have an idea on how to fix this issue? It's annoying me for more than a week since the beginning of all of this, and I'm too noob to figure it out myself. Thx in advance.