Hi, Sorry to bother you all but I have a pretty big problem. I tried everything I could (think of) to fix it, but to no avail. So I hope someone here knows what to do. Here's the situation: My MacBook Pro's internal HDD is busted (15" 2009). If I try to boot it it just hangs, no safe mode nothing. If i insert the SL-CD and try to repair the volume it freezes (the whole enviroment). I tried hooking it up via FireWire to a different MacBook Pro. The finder crashes on the 2nd Mac. As soon as I turn the 15" off the finder start responding again. After that i removed the HDD from the 15" and put it in an external exclosure. Tried hooking it up to a Win7 machine, couldn't fix it or access it. (I installed that program that lets u acces HFS+) After that I tried that other MacBook Pro. I have a hunch there is some file a .mov causing all this. I made that video with FCP and after the export I started have troubles. Anyway, it shows up. But.. If I doubleclick, the finder freezes again. If i Click INFO it freezes. However, if I rightclick and select "open" it works.. But after about a minute the drive gets unmounted/removed and I get the message that the drive was not removed properly. Same happens if I try diskrepair util. Does anyone know what I can do to get my files out of there, or even format it? (trying to format it makes it disappear too..) Please any help is welcome, Kinda getting desperate..