Hello, I am currently stuck with my iBook G3 500 until the new MBP comes out. My wife is borrowing (keeping) my Macbook. Anyways, I have a 320GB external USB drive, but I cannot get it to connect when I plug it in. I made this drive on Tiger with my MacBook. It just comes up and says: "You have inserted a disk containing no volumes that Mac OS X can read. To continue with the disk inserted, click Ignore." It has the options to Initialize, Ignore, or Eject. I have been searching for this online. I found an apple document and added a line to /etc/hostconfig , but it still won't read it. Is this because the drive is formated with a special HFS+ for Tiger or is it because I made it on an Intel Mac? Even in Disc Utility it only shows the disc and not the two HFS+ partitions on it. I tried this in Tiger on the same computer and it worked, but Tiger is extremely slow on this computer. Can anyone help me?