Hi, I am having a problem with my DLink DIR-685 router which has an internal hard drive. It works flawlessly with my windows machine, however I am having no such luck with my Macbook Air running Lion. So this hard drive inside the router is in EXT3 format which is probably causing the problem. However I can access it through a little app called muCommander, which is like an alternative to finder. But since I want to access the hard drive through finder so I can refer to the folders on the hard drive through applications, it has to be done through finder. I have tried two apparent work arounds which have both failed. These are MacFUSE and Paragon ExFS. So to help explain what I am doing I have attached some images: Firstly I click on the hard drive in finder, under shared: Then I proceed to the first folder: The 'no entry' icons in the corner of the folders signify that I cannot access them and the following message pops up if I try to do so: Is it even possible to access these files on my Mac. There are no permission restrictions assigned to the folders since I can access them no problem on my windows machine and I have set the storage access setting on the router to open which means anyone can access the files.