This is a pending question, not a how to solve thread. Please help me by answering my question. I know the format look misleading. Question: How do I make Wiiflow constantly search for a playable partition instead of a one time check? My old wii perfectly does this without any problem. Introduction This is my third time hacking the Wii. The first two times, I never encountered any flaw of any sort. After selling my Wii, I decide to buy a launch-day Wii once again for a third time, and with a new 3TB Seagate Go Flex Drive with one partition for data and another for Wii, I was ready to test drive. Reproducing The Issue I installed iOS and did the usual stuff, but when I boot on the latest version of Wiiflow, a gaint "No Partition Found" greets me. I turn it off and on over and over until I found a work around. It seems like Wiiflow is not constantly searching for a fat32 drive, but rather it check once and never does again until the next boot. The "Temp" Work Around The temporary work around is: 1. Turn on the Wii so the HDD can power on 2. Turn it off to Yellow/Standby Mode so it remain power on. 3. Turn it on to Green to play My Conclusion It seems that power off/Red turn off the HDD. The HDD doesn't power on quickly enough for Wiiflow to search for it. The Reward - The One And Only The handmade and exclusive GbaTemp Mask, containing a approximately 500 individual flawless diamonds that total more than 100 carats; there’s 53 additional diamonds in the back, and the earpiece is made of platinum, holding a single cut 7.4 carat pink diamond. And also, you get a cookie and cup of Root Beer with sprinkle of April Fool. Edit: This is a joke btw, but the question is not if you're thinking about that.