Hi, so I just purchased an 80GB external harddrive to use as backup for my mac and PC system, so I need to use a filesystem available for both OS X and windows. Currently, the drive is formatted FAT32. Can OS X recognize NTFS? I have heard this is a more desirable format for large volumes. Anyway, I am having a strange problem copying files from my Mac to the drive... for example, when I try to copy my OpenOffice.org1.0.1 folder to the drive, I get an error, "One or more items can't be copied. Do you want to skip them and copy the remaining items?" I press "Continue", thinking that it may drop a file or two that is corrupted or something, but it doesn't copy a single file, or even the containing folder! What is the deal? Can anyone help? Does it have to do with filename limitations? I know the files are not corrupted because I can copy to one of my HFS drives just fine.