I'm having trouble transferring a Photoshop Elements 9 library from an old pc to a "late 2008" Macbook pro with 10.6.3 installed. Trying to help out a totally non-techie friend who got a 17 early (or maybe late) 2008 MBP. FYI, I'm not very techie myself. So here's the story... I backed up the PSE 9 catalog from the PC to an external HD formatted in the NTFS file format. The drive has a bunch of folders on it--of which the backup is only one. The file size of the backup is about 8.3 GB. I then plugged this drive into the MBP so I could restore the PSE 9 catalog from this backup on the MBP so that my friends album structure and keywords would be maintained. No dice. The only thing I see when I plug the external HD into the MBP are the .jpg files. I don't see any of the folders, including the backup I just created. I thought 10.6.3 was able to read (but not write to unless you turn on that functionality on the terminal) NTFS-formatted disks. Is this correct? Why would I not see any of the folders only the .jpgs? It is kinda weird, all I see are the jpg files, and, I cannot even toggle between finder views-- the jpgs are only viewable as icons. Can someone help me? I cannot reformat the HD as it is not mine and it contains a lot of other unrelated data that needs to be preserved. Is there another way to get the MBP to see the folders on the NTFS formatted drive? Thank you for any help!