HI all, I have a 3TB that I have been using for years. Theres around 200gb space available. So just about everything I had is on that drive (yes I had back ups of certain things but no all of it). I was using the drive in my old G5 for file server use. Well the other day I decided to retire the G5 Running leopard with an Xserve (running lion as its a 2006 model) that I got off ebay, and long story short it only had one drive bay so I put my 3tb in a USB enclosure. tonight i was trying to open a movie that was on it, and it said it was corrupted. Then i figured out every file on the drive was not working, and that it was showing the capacity at 801.57 GB. I googled this problem for about an hour and figured out that this probably happened because the enclosure probably wasnt supposed to be used with a drive that big. But some forums had said if i put the drive in something that can handle a disk that large it should work again.. So i put it back in the G5, threw it in FWTDM (firewire target disk mode), and the problem remains! disk utility says " Invalid number of allocation blocks The volume could not be verified completely." When trying to repair or verify it. Even if I were to repartition it which I dont want to do, it is only showing it as an 801GB drive anyways. I'm at a loss here.. Any help in recovering the drive will be greatly appreciated!