I recently upgraded my iMac from Tiger to Snow Leopard. My Home Folder in Tiger was encrypted with FileVault. The OS install itself went fine, and afterwards I could access my Home Folder (music, photos, etc.) without issue in Snow Leopard. Then I rebooted the computer. At the login screen, I selected my User Account (which is, of course, an Administrator account, but not the only one on the computer). I typed the correct password. After several seconds, an error message pops up, stating: "Your home folder, which is protected by FileVault, didn't open. It needs to be repaired." Clicking "OK" yields another error message: "You are unable to log in to the user account <USERNAME> at this time. Logging in to the account failed because an error occurred. There is no description of the error. I have tried typing in the master password, resetting the password, and get the same results. I have attempted to access the Disk Repair Utility through another Administrator account. Disk Repair then quits unexpectedly. Any ideas for how to regain access to my Home Folder and to be able to log in normally? Thanks!