Dear friends, I am new to this forum. I am in the process of backing up some DVDs using Mac The Ripper, and had set my destination file to an external Hard Drive which was NOT connected to my powerbook at the time of the rip. Somehow, I was able to rip the DVD using Mac the Ripper. In fact about 8 GB were taken up from my INTERNAL Hard Disk space!! Not sure how that happened!? And to make things worse, I cannot find the file!! Can anyone help? I am low on my Internal Hard Disk space and really need to find that file to delete it. I did "Verify Disk" using the Disk Utility, and it found that there were 2 flies that are on my hard drive but have no directories! I am assuming they might be the VIDEO_TS and the AUDIO_TS from that DVD rip which was supposed to be using space from my external Hard Drive, but because I did not have it connected, the space was used by my internal Hard Drive and now I cannot find the location of that rip. Any advise would be appreciated, as opposed to having to format my internal Hard Disk and to have to reinstall my software, my application, and my Data! Thanks. Kokoblico.