Don't know what was wrong, but after reformatting I never saw that error again. The Air backed up pretty fast wirelessly--a couple of hours for 45 GB. The iMac (360G B) I did over Ethernet in the hopes of dodging some intermittent WiFi dropouts, if any. (But I really don't think I'm getting any.)<br><br>The formatting itself did go oddly: the Mac went to sleep in the middle (is that OK? you'd think the Mac would NOT sleep if it's not OK) and when it woke the Airport Utility progress bar was stuck at 75%. Was the format complete? Nobody knows! So I quit (it wasn't hung or anything) and reformatted again--but without the zero option (so it was quick). I'd have liked to zero the whole drive, and maybe I didn't--maybe the reformat stopped when it got to a bad part of the disk and I will suffer later... but I decided not to wait another 10 years for another zero-format.<br><br>I found my printer on a UNofficial list of supported printers, but haven't found an official list. For now I won't worry about it--I'll print wirelessly through my PowerBook a.k.a. file server.<br><br>PS, renaming a folder seems to back it up entirely from scratch again. May as well turn TC OFF while doing major file reorganization!<br><br>nagr[color:red]o</font color=red>mme<br><br>I require stroyent!<br>TeamMacOSX.com | MacClan.net
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