So I think this old external hard drive might be headed for the trash can but before I ditched it I thought I would play around with it some more. I dropped my computer a few months back and when I did that the 160gb hard drive (now the "external") wouldnt work properly so I replaced it with a 60gb that came with my computer and since then my computer has worked fine. But I wanted to see if I could get a few files off that 160gb before I chucked this hard drive. I was able to get the computer to actually recognize it and got this message: Verify and Repair disk "disk1s2" Checking HFS Plus volume. Invalid B-tree node size Volume check failed. Error:The underlying task reported failed on exit. Well what do you guys think? Any chance I can sacrifice the data on this drive? If so how would I go about it? Thanks http://att.macrumors.com/attachment.php?