Hey this is my second post, I just have one final question about WinHiip & PS2 HDD related things. So I have a Western Digital Caviar Blue 1TB HDD, which I use on a softmodded (FMCB) SCPH-50003 model PS2, with a Gamestar Sata Network Adapter. Recently I got this 1TB HDD, formatted it all correctly (48Bit) although I did it with WinHiip (I've heard recently, not to do that, but every tutorial I watched before hand said WinHiip x1000 so I did, my mistake? Idk.) Anyway I've come to notice that not all of the drive is accessible. Before formatting, my Mac read it as 999GB & I think Windows read it a little different, but not that far off, maybe minus a couple of gig. However WinHiip reads it as 931GB, so I'm missing almost 70gb of space. (69GB to be exact) I didn't mind this as much when I was using the ExcelStor 160GB drive, as WinHiip read that as 149GB & I didn't mind losing 11GB, I was cool with it, price of admission kinda deal. Then I brought another ExcelStor 160GB HDD & again, WinHiip read that as 149GB. Although now I'm starting to think it all makes sense, and maybe this is normal? If I divide 1000 by 6, it gives me 166.6 recurring. (so basically how many 160GB's fit into 1000GB) 6 times 11 = 66 (6 lots of 11GB) Which is almost exactly what's missing from my 1TB. (66GB // 69GB) So now I'm thinking it just takes the same percentage of the drive & because my new drive is so big (lol) it just seems more noticeable. I hope I'm making sense. Anyway I've heard of alot worse, I read some forums where people said their 1.5tb was showing up as 650GB, so it's not that bad. It's just annoying because I'm so close to having the entire library of games which I like on one drive, & that missing 70GB is like the key to completion. Also 'I think' I'm right in believing that if I formatted with WLaunch it would have given me a more accurate read of the space available? Just looking for some clarity really. I'm almost hoping that there's no way to ever get the full 1TB to show, as I don't want to be tempted to go through the long process of extracting all of the images, formatting and re-installing everything again. This would take me a long time as I'm currently using my aunts old 2009 Mac with a stripped down image of Windows 7 in VMware Fusion, so you can imagine how slow things have already been for me :'( Anyway thanks for reading all of this, I hope I explained it okay, & I hope this has been posted in the right place, thanks for your time. I hope to hear back from someone. Noco.