OK, I've searched around and it seems like I'm the only one having this specific problem, so please forgive me if this has been asked before. Here's what I have: I have two different versions of Super Smash Bros. Brawl: The North American version and the Japanese version. I've had an older version of The Homebrew Channel and USB Loader GX for a long time and just recently decided to upgrade everything after following this guide to hack my brother's and my friend's Wiis for them (both 4.3.) I liked what options the "new" hacks gave (such as being able to boot directly to the USB Loader GX, etc.), so I decided to re-hack my Wii using that guide. I updated my Wii to 4.3 and re-hacked per the guide's instructions. Almost everything works perfectly fine. Except, I get an error when I try to play Subspace Emissary in the NTSC-J version of Super Smash Bros. Brawl: (I have a video capture device.) For those of you that can't read Japanese, it more or less says what it would say in the English version. "An error has occurred. Please press the eject button, take out the disc, turn the power off... etc." I do not get an error if I play in the NTSC-U version. Both versions worked perfectly fine with the older versions of everything. I should also note that I get this error after completing All-Star mode (NTSC-J) as well, so it never actually saves my score or that I completed it with a certain character. I haven't tried any other 1-player modes though, other than Subspace Emissary obviously. Now, I found this page that says I should use Hermes' IOS222/223. Alright... So I follow the instructions to install it and I select 224-mload as the IOS to load the NTSC-J version of Super Smash Bros. Brawl with, but it still doesn't work. Interestingly enough, I can either select 224-mload or the default 248 when loading the NTSC-U version and Subspace Emissary still works fine in that version. It's so weird that everything works perfectly except for the "second layer" data of NTSC-J Super Smash Bros. Brawl. Soooo... Does anybody have any idea what is going on and/or what I can do to remedy the situation? Here's some more info: System Menu: 4.3U Homebrew Channel: 1.0.8 IOS58 v24.32 Storage Medium: 120GB Western Digital hard drive, plugged into port 0. Formatted into FAT32 with the command prompt in Windows 7 followed by WBFS in WBFS Manager. Configurable USB Loader GX: (it was just easier to take a screenshot - info on bottom.) You may be asking: "Why do you need both versions? What's wrong with the English version?" Well, I make documentary-like movies about the origins of many things in Super Smash Bros. Brawl and post them on YouTube. (I have 11,000+ subscribers.) I often need to consult the original Japanese version of Brawl to see what has been changed in the game when it was localized in America as part of my movies. I would really like access to the Subspace Emissary so I can do what I need to do with it. That, and the voice actors are just awful in the English version compared to the Japanese version. But that's irrelevant here. At any rate, if anybody can help me out or give me some suggestions about what is wrong here, I would REALLY appreciate it! Thank you! Edit: By the way, if anybody needs anymore information, I'll do my best to answer your question so I can get this problem resolved. Thanks again.