Okay, a two-parter... I remember way back I used to have I guess an injected wad that allowed me to play Smash Brothers via the n64 Virtual Console. Well, fast-forward to more recently when Club Nintendo was doing a promotion and I had enough points at the time to get the VC of Smash Brothers n64 legit. Now, I did get the redemption and my account shows I have it available to me, which is good. Checking the SD card I currently use on my Wii, I can't find any trace that I still have that modded wad installed... yet every single time that I try to download the legit Smash Brothers release, I get an error code... but when I try to run that AnyTitle Deleter, i can't find a trace or code for the prior install of Smash Brothers anywhere. So, what should I do so I can go ahead and actually install the legit one? I don't have the installer wad for the hacked one anymore On another note, I've yet to run any of the nand emulator stuff out there with my Wii, simply because thankfully the 512MB of internal storage has been enough for everything I've done with the system, and most saves I could transfer to the SD card fine (a few games notwithstanding)... But that being said, lately it seems I'm almost always struggling for space. My Wii is still on 4.2U... would updating (via ModMii for instance) to 4.3U help recover some of that space? Or is there a way to basically 'clean up' the space on the bog-standard Wii? And if for instance the recommendation is to use a nand-emu, what route would be most like the standard method for how the Wii works, and be the strongest for compatibility? It is the issue of compatibility that has kept me running with the real NAND for as long as I have. Once again, I thank the fellow tempers for any useful contributions and advice that may be provided.