Hello, I wonder if someone can help me. I tried reading all posts before asking this. I am trying to set up my NSLU2 (v2.3 R63) so that I can easily plug my USB drives under a Windows 7 64 bits system and recover files if I want it (*). I also want to have the Backup feature working between Disk1 and Disk2!! So I said to myself, why not take advantage of NSLU2 support of FAT32? I formatted one of my drives to FAT32 and hooked it up and after a while discovered I cannot have a FAT32 as Disk1 because NSLU2 needs an Ext2 to store configuration data among others. I also found out that you cannot backup an Ext2 Disk1 onto a FAT32 Disk2. I read somewhere in this forum that one can shrink the Ext2 partition to a minimum (approx 200 MB) and have rest formatted as FAT32. Few questions if someone can help please: 1) Will I have a workable solution if I set up both disks with a minimal Ext2 partition and a large FAT32 partition? Will I be able to use the FAT32 for NAS storage and have the backup copy overnight Disk1 to Disk2 (I care little about the Ext2 partition, I obviously care more about the FAT32 partition being backed up and accessible from Windows 7) 2) What software can I use to shrink the Ext2 Partition and create a large FAT32 partition? I can use (temporarily) an XP system and a Windows 7 system. Do I have to purchase something like Partition Magic? Anything else embedded in my systems already that I missed? 3) Would it help if I upgraded to V2.3R76? And where can I find it please? Thanks a lot in advance to anyone who can provide help and insight! (*) I used to do this with Ext2 IFS drive, but no version for Windows 7 is available yet. I tried Disk Internals Linux recovery but that also is not supported under Windows 7.