hi all i am having an extremely frustrating time trying to get the Homebrew Channel installed on my wii (running firmware 3.3u). i've scoured the internet at large, and these forums in particular, and found no acceptable solution to the problem (the closest one was this, in which someone describes essentially my exact problem but could only solve it by scrapping his SD card and using a new one), so i was hoping maybe someone with a motherboard fused into their neocortex (or however it is you coders work the magic you do) could shed some light on it. i am officially not getting my hopes up. the problem is this: i am able to get the twilight hack to work with no problem, up to a certain point, meaning: i can open the TwilightHack save file, make Link walk backwards and get the bug to happen that makes the wii start reading off the root of my SD card. here is where i run into trouble. no matter which boot.dol file i have in the root directory, i get the same error message, much of which flits across the screen faster than i can read it but which always ends like this: start cluster = 6d97 start cluster = b64c start cluster = 6d34 boot.dol not found (-1), reading boot.elf: start cluster = 6d34 start cluster = 3fb7 start cluster = f70b start cluster = 591c start cluster = 6794 start cluster = f9e0 start cluster = a64e start cluster = dfe1 start cluster = dabc start cluster = 7983 start cluster = b1c1 start cluster = a824 start cluster = 7a4b start cluster = 5d27 start cluster = 6d97 start cluster = b64c start cluster = 6d34 Failed to read boot.elf (-1)! No code found to load, hanging. (yes i transcribed this by hand from my TV screen) i have tried putting a boot.elf file in the root directory instead, and essentially the same thing happens but with a slight twist, i.e., instead of saying "boot.dol not found" it says "boot.elf not found" and at the end it says "failed to read boot.dol" instead of "failed to read boot.elf". i would like to add that since i am using the very same SD card that i used to get the twilight hack working (meaning my wii had no problem reading it), i refuse to accept that it is the SD card's fault. (fyi, the SD card is formatted to "FAT" not "FAT32", where i take "FAT" to mean "FAT16", since i used a PC running windows XP to format the card initially, and the conventional wisdom, as far as i can tell, has it that "FAT" in this context does in fact refer to "FAT16". please correct me if i'm wrong.) any thoughts?