Hi everyone, what I've done: 1. Purchased Lacie 160GB external USB2 drive 2. Formatted it on my laptop using NTFS 3. Copied my files over to it. 4. Connect it to port 1 on my NSLU2 (IP address 192.168.1.77) which has the latest firmware that supports NTFS drives Ok, drive appears in the network, I can map it, and open it in explorer. HOWEVER, some folders are missing! I can't see them at all. When I try and create those folders on the drive I get an error: "Cannot rename New Folder: Access is denied. Make sure the disk is not full or write-protected and that the file is not currently in use." I can create other files/folders ok, so it got me thinking that maybe the folders are actually there, but just can't be "seen" by the NSLU. So, connected the USB drive drive back to my laptop, and yes, the folders are actually there! The linksys people have recommended I reformat the drive in NTFS and try again - I am happy to try this, but as there is 100GB of info on there and it will take me a while, I'd rather not if there is an obvious solution. Can anyone help? Thanks!