Hey there.. I use 3 basic partitions, apart from swap partitions, etc. One ReiserFS partition for a Debian Linux, one FAT32 (10 GB) partition for Windows XP, and one FAT32 partition (77,2 GB) for general use files, such as MP3, photos, browser bookmarks, etc. In Linux, the FAT32 partition works fine, but in Windows XP, it has some problems. Windows reads files from this partition nicely, but has a problem writing to it. When I try to create a folder on this partition, from Windows, I get a message "Can't create folder <foldername>. Incorrect parameter.", and the folder is NOT created. When I try to copy a file from the NTFS partition to the FAT32 partition, Windows gives me "Windows can't save all the data to the file <filename>. Data were lost. This error may have been caused by a hardware or internet conection failure. Try saving this file to another location", but the file is nonetheless created, and it is exactly the same size as the original (yes, pretty weird). In addition, I found this problem recently: I downloaded a MP3 file, under Windows, to my Windows partition. Still using Windows, I moved it to my file partition. Then, I swapped to Linux, and did some manipulation with that file (creted a folder on the file partition, and moved that file to the folder). I returned to Windows, and now Winamp can't read the file, hanging up whenever it tries to. Also, I can't move or copy the MP3 file using Windows. I use a Samsung SP120N (120 GB, 7200 rpm) HDD. Any ideas? Tkz in advance..