I started this question under the WBM post, but I am unsure if: 1) That post is no longer monitored, 2) No one has an answer or 3) the post is in the wrong sub-forum, so I am re-posting the info here in an attempt to get an answer. If I do not get one here, I will assume it to be 'unanswerable'... "I am having a problem while using WBM, and I am hoping it is something simple. I am upgrading my HDD, and in the hopes of not having to reload off of every disc, I tried simply using WBM to transfer the games from my old WBFS partition (Which I mount on Drive 1) to the new one I made (using the format function in WBM, and mounted to drive 2). I entered 'select all', then 'transfer to drive 2'. A couple hours later I come back, and it looks as though everything went smoothly, however I notice all the games on the new drive are now slightly larger in size (ie: Drive 1 Game 'sdf' @ 1.92 GB on Drive 2 Game 'sdf' is @ 1.96 GB). The md5 hashes are all the same, and none of the games moved to the new drive will play, they freeze up while trying to load. I am using version 0.3.7 build 58 on a Windows XP machine, and I have never had any problems with WBM before (I have also never transferred drive to drive before either)." And the following day: "I wanted to update this, and still hope I can get an answer (if any one knows...). I dl'ed the most up to date version of WBM, and tried with it in the same fashion I described above and received the same result. Then I went ahead and tried doing just one game by itself, in case moving a lot at once was causing the issue. I reformatted the drive just to be sure, and moving just a single game from wbfs to wbfs also produced the same result, game was larger and would not load. Next I reformatted the second drive to NTFS (32KB cluster size) and attempted another move, of a single game. The game moved over, was actually now smaller in size, and loads when I connect it to the wii. I will try doing a few more and check back to see if anyone can tell me why it will not transfer from wbfs format to wbfs format but will transfer from wbfs to ntfs..." Thanks in advance to anyone who can shed some light on this.