Hey guys, I recently bought a Wii, and was interested in modding, so I decided to try to use one of my old western digital hard drives (http://support.wdc.com/product/download.asp?groupid=101&lang=en) to rip some of my games onto. I shrunk my 250 gig NTFS partition and added a small WBFS partition. I installed a forwarder for configurable USB loader, out it on an SD card, and then ripped about 5 of my games (WIi Sport, NSMB Wii, Galaxy, No More Heroes). Everything worked fine, I was able to rip and play games no problem. I decided that I wanted to buy a new hard drive to just store games and homebrew on, and one without a power adapter so its easy to take around (I made a little side attachment to clip onto my Wii). However, no matter what I do, I cant seem to get this new drive, a 320 Western Digital Elements portable (http://support.wdc.com/product/download.asp?groupid=303&lang=en) to work. I used a 28 gig Fat 32 partition as my primary to store homebrew and other wads on, with the rest being a WBFS partition. The loader see the partition, but I cannot rip games to it. I get a "error! (ret = -2)" whenever I try to install game. I then tried to copy the files from one drive to another using WBFS manager 3.0 It completed successfully, and I can see the images of the games when I start the loader, but whenever I try to play them, I just get a black screen and have to hold down my Wii powewr button. Any hints? The old external still works fine, the new one doesnt with the exact same configuration. Thanks.