Alright, I've got a new question for everyone. I don't think it warrants a new thread so I'll start by asking here. I've been tweaking my Wii to get everything buttoned up, and I'm currently looking at emuNAND to play some N64 games. I got emuNAND working by following this guide. I've seen some guides that just say install the .wad, but since emuNAND has been so recommended it seems like a better route due to possible brick support. I've got all the NTSC N64 games that Nintendo released on the Virtual Console, and not all of them work (maybe 60% or so). Looking into this, it seems like I might want to move to using NEEK of some sort (NEEK, SNEEK, UNEEK, NEEK2O ?) for better compatibility? I did some Googling on this site and found some info, but I wanted to check here first for a recommended guide. I'd like to continue playing my VC games off my USB HDD, if possible (assuming I'm not sacrificing a lot of compatibility). Some additional questions: 1) The NAND dump I've been using for emuNAND was before I updated to d2x IOSes; is there any reason I need to redump now that I'm using d2x? 2) Said NAND dump also has some additional stuff on it when I pull it up in ShowMiiWads, like copies of the Mii and Weather channels; what can I remove from this? I just want a safe way to play VC games. I'm seeing a number of types of items: "System: Menu", "System: IOS", "System: BC", "System: MIOS", "System Channel", "Hidden Channel", and "Channel Title". Most things don't take up much space, but I would like to remove the titles like USB Loader GX since they show up in my emuNAND games list. Other than that removing stuff is more of a curiosity thing. 3) The guide I followed for emuNAND didn't say anything about the "Nand Saves Emulation" setting in USB Loader GX. I believe it is currently off. For games that have saves (like OOT), how do I make sure my saves are being saved? I think that's all my questions for now; thanks to whoever takes the time to read this!