Long before the USB loaders appeared on the scene I was using DVD+Rs and a Backup DVD loader channels such as Gamma. I remember that some of the images burned perhaps ommited a partition that contained updates etc BUT the Disc loader channels still loaded them fine. When the USB loaders were release, I decided to start to transfer my original Wii Disc to the USB hard drive via the Configurable USB Loader software and all was going well.... UNTIL I got to the DVD+R backups of the games I no longer had the originals of. When it tried to rip about 50% od these it just displays the following: [+] Install game [+] Opening DVD disc... OK! [+] ERROR: Not a Wii disc!! Now... after searching the web and finding MANY MANY people asking the same question and not getting an answer, I am assuming that the people writing the USB loaders have not factored into the code allowing the people who have these DVD's without a certain partition or certain DATA the ability to recognise these discs! I then tried to rip the disc using IMGBURN.... To an ISO format and then to add to the USB disc via my PC (wbfs_file.exe) An error happened here too... C:\Users\Dave\Desktop>wbfs_file.exe *.iso convert c:*.wbfs Converting R5TP69.iso to .wbfs Writing: c:*.wbfs ERROR: creating c:*.wbfs.tmp fopen: Invalid argument SPLIT 0: no file 0 1 00620F00 error seeking in disc partition: Invalid argument So - IS there a known work around for this yet? Can a work around be made within the USB loader to allow these discs to be read and ripped to the USB drive? Who would I need to contact to request this feature? I have quite a few discs which I need to get on the USB drive, but no way to convert them to WFFS files as they are not recognised ISO images despite being readable via DVDR Disc loaders. Thanks in advance for any help.