Okay, I have an external SAMSUNG HDD, which is perfectly compatible with USBLoader GX, Configurable USB Loader, and the likes. I have never had a problem with it before. Since realizing that Triiforce can help me run my favourite Wii Channels without either having to fill my entire Wii NAND, or use my SDHC which involves constant temporary transfer of data to the Wii NAND, I decided to make it work for me. Sadly, I can't. What I am trying to do, is install the forwarder for USB devices, and have it so I can run channels from the external HDD. My HDD is partitioned into one WBFS and one FAT32, with WBFS being the 'Primary' and FAT32 being the 'Logical'. The WBFS partition can be seen normally by all applications that support it. I tried a BootMii dump of my NAND, as well as a Simple NAND Dumper dump, in order to get this to work. I put the resulting files into the root of the FAT32 partition, and then used a program to read this NAND back-up, and installed new Channels into it. I did not change the NAND image in any way except for adding new content. I then proceeded to put the HDD back into the Wii, and loaded the forwarder which simply reset my Wii back to the menus and did not work. I tried to run Triiforce directly from HBC, and when done so it can obviously read my real NAND perfectly, but when I point it to USB NAND I get an error that the program 'can't access the titles' and then Triiforce exits. I am not quite sure what the problem might be. I am running the latest CIOS, Friiloader, and I have BootMii as a hidden IOS (my Wii is not supporting full BootMii installation). Any help?