Probably not, but it hasn't been the same since. After a failed attempt to format a disk with my NSLU2, I installed the disk Maxtor 80GB) on a Windows PC to have a look at it, but my PC wont even POST, it comes up with 8D. Its an AWARD Bios but I can't find what this means. I put the disk as a slave with a spare disk as master, now it boots DOS from a floppy, but fdisk dies with a "Divide by zero" error. I've tried a "low level format" with Maxtor utility (PowerMax), but I get the same problems (PowerMax says the drive is OK). I guess there is a corrupt MBR/partition table somewhere, but how do you recover it if fdisk fails? (I can't use fdisk /mbr because the PC won't boot with the disk set to master). At least the NSLU2 is now working with a Maxtor 40GB instead.