Hi again guys, I've spent the last few days trying to get my new wii setup to play backups, GC games, and VC games. I have to preface that by saying I'm still a total noob to hacking a Wii, so there's a lot of even fundamental stuff I still don't know. That being the case, I'm feeling a bit hopelessly lost on what to do at this point; especially since I'm using a Wii without brick protection. So far, I've managed to get everything installed up to Wiiflow and Nintendont, and I've tested a game on both of them to make sure they work correctly. The thing is, I'd like to make them work together, but I'm having a hard time finding clear instruction on how to do that. I installed the standard version of Wiiflow from its main site, but I notice there doesn't seem to be any mention of using Nintendont with it. Then I find that you can use it successfully with Nintendont but you need a special modded version of it (made by Abz.) So my first question is: How do I go about changing my version to that one? Do I need to uninstall it first, and if so, how is that typically done? I also installed a forwarder for it initially, so will I need to reverse that as well? (This is what I mean about not knowing the fundamentals, heh.) I just want to make sure I do everything correctly so I don't mess up my system or something. The second question that's been on my mind is general SD and USB related: What exactly needs to be on my SD card at all times and what can I use from the USB instead? Basically, I'd like to use the USB drive for pretty much everything as my SD card is really small. I just wasn't sure what all the USB drive could be used for. Can I load all my apps, games, wads, and most other things from the USB by just copying over the stuff on my SD card to it? I also still wanted to set up my Wii to play virtual console games, but I'm hoping that will go smoothly enough if I just follow Abz's guide. I'll probably try tackling that tomorrow. Anyway, I think that covers most of what's been confusing me. If any of you guys could give me some help, I'd truly appreciate it.