Hi, First off i've done a search and nothing came up, i've looked on various xbox 360 forums too and nothing came up, so i've to see if you guys can help me, i've put it in the digital video section as i wasn't exactly sure where it could go. Here goes: i download various files from bittorrent, TV shows and suchlike, but rather than watch them on my mac i prefer to stick them onto an external Hard drive and play them through my 360 onto my TV, now before i purchased my hard drive i was putting a couple of files at a time onto a 2GB USB flash drive formatted to fat 32 and it was fine. But being the lazy sod that i am, plus no real backup solution i bought a 320gb HDD, and put all my files on there, because i have a mac, and the 360 can read HFS+ i formatted it this way so i could fit bigger files onto it (with FAT obviously having a file size limit). Since ive done this, some files (not all) will get so far into the tv show - say 15-16 minutes and then stop, and the 360 shows that the file is only 15 minutes long, except that on my mac they will play the full 25-45 minutes (depending on the file) both in VLC and Quicktime, and this is both direct from after i've downloaded it, and from the HDD itself. So is it the HFS not wanting to play with the 360, or is it the files not encoded properly and there being a block on it after so long, (is there any way i can check this and or fix it.) like i said it seemed to be fine before when i was using a USB memory stick, or is it just a dodgy drive (unlikely as it's not every file) i don't mind watching stuff on my mac, but theres a difference from watching on a 13" macbook screen and a 32" HDTV plus i can use my mac while i'm watching tv then.