Hello everybody. I couldn’t think of a proper section for this so I figured I could post it in the MacBook Pro section since that is the computer I am using. I currently have a wireless router with a functionality called ReadyShare and I also have a 320GB external USB HDD. I would like to be able to plug my HFS+ formatted HDD into my router and be able to use it as a wireless backup solution for Time Machine. The problem is that the router doesn’t even detect the HDD so it is unable to share it throughout the network. Another solution I had thought of was to connect the device to a Windows tower downstairs and then share it throughout the network. The problem here is that there is no free (read: FREE) software that I know of that allows Windows to detect HFS+ formatted drives in Windows Explorer in order to share them. I do know of software that lets Windows read them but there isn’t anything that I know of that lets them be mounted in My Computer and treated like a normal drive. This got me thinking... What if I install the Boot Camp drivers onto the machine downstairs. If I recall correctly, the Boot Camp drivers let Windows do exactly what I am trying to do. But I don’t know if this is possible due to hardware differences, etc. Sorry for the wall of text, but if anybody could help me, that would be greatly appreciated.