Hi. My Wii is 4.3u Softmodded. I have the Homebrew Channel 1.0.8 and USB Loader GX Version: 2.2 r1100 and Boot/Standard set to IOS 249. My primary purpose for using USB Loader is to protect my discs from wear. I successfully Installed "Age of Discovery" (which already saw quite a bit of use) onto a USB Hard drive. (More specifically, I use a hard drive enclosure to convert a 3.4" 500 GB SATA Hard drive into a USB drive. One partition is WBFS for games and another partition I use for backups of old PSX Games to load since I sometimes like playing those old games, but don't feel like keeping my old PSX hooked up) So anyway, I had no trouble installing and playing Age of Discovery - but that already had a save file (which also loaded without a problem). The problem I am having started with a brand new game I purchased with a Classic Controller. "Monster Hunter Tri". Without even playing it from the disc I installed it and then ran it from USB Loader GX. That game loaded beautiful cinematics that made me want to play. I clicked A to play where it said "Begin the Game" and the moment I did my HDTV made a strange sound and the screen went black. I had to turn off my Wii and start it up. Same thing happened a second time. I tried a third time to see if the other options work and both "Arena Play" and "Gallery" appears to work, but since no Save game exists yet I can't be sure if Play Solo from here would work at all. So once again I tried "Begin a Game" and it made the same sound. I checked to see if maybe it was the disc itself that was bad so loaded it normally and it had no problem reaching the "Select a File" menu without crashing the Wii. I then went back into USB Loader GX and checked "Game Load" settings for the game and set "VIDTV" to OFF, "Sneek Video Patch" to OFF", "Game Language" to "English", and Error 002 Fix to Anti (they were all set to use global by default). Hoping it was just a settings issue I then saved these new settings and ran the game again, but once again it crashed the Wii. I tried checking to make sure it was updated properly. There is no new update for the loader, but it found an update for wiitdb.zip and .xml (whatever that is) and successfully updated it. I then went once again to try loading the game. The Wii crashed yet again. Lastly I tried uninstalling it and reinstalling it. After I uninstalled, but before I reinstalled, I tried mounting the game disc to load from within the USB loader. (to see if maybe it was some weird custom setting causing a problem) and it crashed the Wii. Running off the disc and not an ISO crashed the wii when I tried running from within USB Loader GX. So there is my problem. I read up on other threads and they suggest the problem is if it was using NTFS before adding WBFS. I specifically partitioned the hard drive in an Ubuntu machine to FAT32 (the part to later be partitioned as WBFS) with gPartition because I couldn't find any other way to set it up with larger sizes, but I did format the second partition as NTFS because not all windows machines like large FAT32 partitions. Could that still be my problem? If so could USB Loader GX use multiple FAT32 partitions on the same hard drive and use them together? Or is there any program that would work on Windows 7 (my main machine) that can format drives as FAT32 without problems and set up multiple partitions? ANy help would be appreciated.