Hey, I installed iTunes 4 and Quicktime 6.2 this morning. However, after installing the later, I was asked to re-start my computer. And now, when I do restart, my computer fails to "see" the 120GB LaCie "D2" external HD which is attached via FireWire. Other than recently re-installing Jaguar, and both iTunes and Quicktime 6.2, I can't think of anything else that would cause this . . . I slept my computer, turned off the drive, reconnected it, and turned the computer back on, but it gave me a strange error message, saying I needed to start Disk Utility. I ran this application, and selected the volume. Then I clicked "Verify Disk." It came up with the message, after a very brief squirt of text, "Invalid key length" (highlighted in RED). I then clicked "Repair Disk," and the same exact thing occured. I've attached a picture, below. HOW DO I REMEDY THIS? Apple Support was not so good, and LaCie support closes at 5PM (it's 7:54PM now). So I come here, to ask you fellas . . . What's the problem? That hard drive contains "my life." All of my digital creations are stored on it. All of my creative/manipulative applications. . . . C.o.G.