Alright, long story short, I have a 500GB hard-drive for my Wii games. I was using it for my Wii games, then I got done with the Wii for a few months, formatted the HDD, used it as an external storage on my computer for a bit, although I didn't really put anything on it at all, so I formatted it again, then reformatted with WBFS Manager 3.0 so it would work again, and put a few games on it(Punch Out!!, Resident Evil 4: Wii Edition, Super Paper Mario, and Rune Factory: Frontier, all NTSC/NTSC-U), and none of them will play. I use ConfigurableUSBLoader mainly, on v70 right now, and tried NeoGamma also. Any tips(even the far fetched ones)are welcome. Please help! Thanks! ---EDIT--- ALRIGHT Okay Good stuff is happening, My Wii is cured! But I don't know exactly what was wrong. All I know is I went over to my friends house, and as a test, we set my hard-drive up to his Wii, and he launched CFG, and it didn't work. Then, we set his up to mine, and it worked perfectly. So then we plugged my hard-drive into his computer and he went into it(somehow it let him view it through the Windows Explorer and not with WBFS or anything of that matter,)and saw that some reason the game I had on there wasn't as an ISO. So he plugged his in and copied his copy of Super Paper Mario onto my hard-drive through WBFS after formatting, and it worked perfectly, and this time, was an ISO according to the computer and everything, although he couldn't get into it this time without WBFS and such. And it worked on my Wii this time. I don't quite understand the problem, but it's fixed now. I think I just should reinstall WBFS, although I used another program like that before while it was broken, so I don't know how that would make sense like that, but yeah, whatever. It works now, so all is right in my universe now.