Hi! First, a few disclaimers: I have been researching this for three days now. I'm not just expecting answers be handed to me. I've searched both Google and gbatemp for the answers to this. A lot. I still can't figure out what's going on. I've been doing computer and wii stuff for a long time, so it's not just a matter of me not reading the manual. So please don't bite my head off. I'm really trying here, and I need help, or to be pointed in the right direction. So, I've been using USB Loader GX for a long time (via an external 1TB USB HDD). Since shortly after it came out, really. I'd set up dios mios in the past with limited success. I sort of gave up on it, stopped following hacking scenes, and only very recently heard about Nintendont. I got it set up, shifted my existing NTFS partition to the "right" just under 32GB (the size Windows > 2000 likes to limit fat32 partitions to, though I know how to make it larger if it's for some reason necessary), formatted the open space as FAT32, and got Nintendont working with USB Loader GX (I had to update, so I grabbed the latest beta, which, as of this writing is 3.0 r1246), and GC loading worked. Tried it with Melee, great success. Although now my Wii Games weren't showing up. I went through the settings, I have Multiple Partitions On, I have it using both USB ports (though I tried changing it to 0 and 1 and trying with individual ports), I have the NTFS partition selected as my game partition at the top, with the FAT32 partition selected, and pointing to the /gc/ directory as the place for GC games. I went over the drive in gParted, did health checks on the thing. I looked a ton of things up on google (often trying to search just this site with it), and mostly found people complaining about WBFS partitions, which I know are long-since outdated. My Wii games are just plain not showing up. Now, here's the weird part. I downloaded WiiFlow, and *that* can see my Wii games (I don't see my GC games, though I imagine that can be configured to go through Nintendont since they have the same author). However, I don't really like WiiFlow... at all. Functionally, it seems okay (if incredibly slow at downloading/caching disc images), but I don't like the way config/options are set up, everything is really ugly, and I find game selection to be difficult with them all crammed together left and right of some game it chose as the center for the page, etc. Here's my disk setup: USB Partition 1 (FAT32 31.99 GB) - gc - [GameID] - game.iso USB Partition 2 (NTFS 899.52 GB) - wbfs - Title [GameID] - [GameID].wbfs - [GameID].wbf1 - [...] I have one of the older Wiis that first came out in the US, with a BootMii'd boot2 (I just updated it and the Homebrew Channel and IOS58 yesterday). Here's some info about it. Homebrew Channel 1.1.2 running on IOS58 System Menu 4.1U (v449) Boot2 v3 USB Loader GX 3.0 r1246 Nintendont 3.334 installed diosMIOS 2.11 installed d2x-v10-beta53-alt (willing to switch to beta52 if need be) installed as 249 & 250 hermes-v5.1 installed as 222 & 224 hermes-v4 installed as 223[37+38] If you want more information, pasted below is my sysCheck 2.1.0.b19 log, with my Console ID removed. I'm not sure if that's sensitive, but I figure I'd rather not have it there. Maybe I'm doing something stupid and not realizing it, maybe my knowledge is too out of date, maybe I should be using a different version of USB Loader GX -- but I'd have no idea which one. I've tried to be very thorough with this, but if I've left something out, I apologize -- it was not out of negligence. If there's something I have yet to try, or something any of you would like me to retry with specific parameters, let me know. I'd really appreciate any help I can get, and if nothing else, thanks for reading! Code: sysCheck v2.1.0b19 by Double_A and R2-D2199, Nano ...runs on IOS58 (rev 6175). Region: NTSC-U System Menu 4.1U (v449) Priiloader installed Drive date: 2007.02.13 Homebrew Channel 1.1.2 running on IOS58 HomebrewFilter ist nicht installiert Hollywood v0x11 Console ID: [removed] Boot2 v3 Found 109 titles. Found 43 IOS on this console. 1 of them are stub. IOS4 (rev 3): Stub IOS9 (rev 1034): No Patches IOS11 (rev 10): Trucha Bug, ES Identify, Flash Access, NAND Access IOS12 (rev 526): No Patches IOS13 (rev 1032): No Patches IOS14 (rev 1032): No Patches IOS15 (rev 1032): No Patches IOS17 (rev 1032): No Patches IOS20 (rev 12): Trucha Bug, ES Identify, Flash Access, NAND Access IOS21 (rev 1039): No Patches IOS22 (rev 1294): No Patches IOS28 (rev 1807): No Patches IOS30 (rev 1040): Trucha Bug, ES Identify, Flash Access, NAND Access IOS31 (rev 3608): No Patches IOS33 (rev 3608): No Patches IOS34 (rev 3608): No Patches IOS35 (rev 3608): No Patches IOS36 (rev 65535): Trucha Bug, ES Identify, NAND Access IOS37 (rev 5663): No Patches IOS38 (rev 4124): No Patches IOS41 (rev 3607): No Patches IOS43 (rev 3607): No Patches IOS45 (rev 3607): No Patches IOS46 (rev 3607): No Patches IOS48 (rev 4124): No Patches IOS52 (rev 5661): No Patches IOS53 (rev 5663): No Patches IOS55 (rev 5663): No Patches IOS56 (rev 5662): No Patches IOS57 (rev 5919): No Patches IOS58 (rev 6175): USB 2.0 IOS60 (rev 6174): No Patches IOS61 (rev 5662): No Patches IOS70 (rev 6687): Trucha Bug, NAND Access IOS202 (rev 65535, Info: hermesrodries-v6): Trucha Bug, NAND Access, USB 2.0 IOS222 (rev 65535, Info: hermes-v5.1): Trucha Bug, ES Identify, NAND Access, USB 2.0 IOS223[38+37] (rev 4, Info: hermes-v4): Trucha Bug, ES Identify, NAND Access, USB 2.0 IOS224 (rev 65535, Info: hermes-v5.1): Trucha Bug, NAND Access, USB 2.0 IOS236 (rev 65535): Trucha Bug, ES Identify, NAND Access IOS249 (rev 65535, Info: d2x-v10beta53-alt): Trucha Bug, NAND Access, USB 2.0 IOS250 (rev 65535, Info: d2x-v10beta53-alt): Trucha Bug, NAND Access, USB 2.0 IOS251 (rev 65535, Info: d2x-v8final): Trucha Bug, NAND Access, USB 2.0 IOS254 (rev 65281): BootMii BC v2 MIOS v10 (DIOS MIOS 2.6.1+) Report generated on 2015/06/13.