I just bought a Fantom 500 Gb usb + ethernet network drive, and I need serious help getting it to appear over ethernet. History: It sort of worked out of the box as USB, and one time I actually sort of got it to appear as a server over ethernet, but both ways produced corrupt files when I copied over from my internal. Disk repair didn't work, but I saw it was MS-DOS formatted, so I saved the files that were pre-instlled on the disk, reformatted as a Mac OS extended journaled, then recopied the pre-installed files back. Now it works perfectly as a USB drive, files copy over and toast compares them as identical. Problem: I can't get it to show up as a network drive. Settings and Clues: I have it connected directly out of the drive's ethernet port and into my Mac's ethernet port using the ethernet cable the drive came with. In my network system pref I have only the ethernet port enabled, TCP/IP using DHCP, and everything else unchecked. When I switch from my airport network settings over to that (attempted) disk network setting, the drive's ethernet status light blinks for about 30 seconds, then goes solid, as the manual seems to say it should do. But it doesn't show up using the finder menu Go > network > servers. When I select Connect To Server, enter in smb://169.254.0.1/ as it say in the instructions, it says connecting, then it says "Sorry the operation could not be completed because an unexpected error occurred (Error code -50)". Once in a while it asks me to authenticate with its password, which is the default, but then it gives me the same error. I reset the drive using its web interface utility, and the drive blinked in response, but the problem stayed the same. OS 10.3.9 Powerbook 1 ghz Here's the drive's manual http://www.micronet.com/support/manuals/fdndm.pdf I'm totally lost! HELP!!!