I just got my iBook G4 back from the shop, after having a new hard drive put in to replace one that just gave up the ghost. Before that drive died, I did a complete and successful backup via Time Machine to a Time Capsule drive. The shop performed a fresh install and complete update of Leopard, and I've run Software Update a few times to make sure my system is as current now as it was when I performed the last backup. Now I am attempting to migrate all of my data back to the computer... and here's where the trouble begins. The backups are located in a partition on my Time Capsule drive. One partition is for general storage, has a password, but no particular user name (call this partition A); the other partition has a specific user name, a different password, and contains only my backups (call it partition B). Migration Assistant sees my time capsule; asks me to log into it, which I do using the login info for "partition B"; but only "partition A" shows up under the list of available volumes, and it says that "0 time machine backups were found." I have tried: - entering the login information for "partition A," but this was not accepted - entering the user name and password for the user account which is backed up on "partition B", but this was not accepted either - making sure that the name of the user account I had to create in order to perform the migration is different from the name of the account i'm trying to restore, because I read somewhere that this caused problems. None of this has worked, and I spent an hour searching to no avail for other posts describing a similar problem. Any thoughts??? Thank you.