I hope you're not getting sick of me suddenly flooding the board with questions!
So, tonight I dug out my old LaCie ZFP hard disk, which I originally bought used somewhere around 1995, after spending the summer picking weeds to raise the $150 needed to buy this 150-meg drive. I used it for years on my old Mac Plus, and it was the repository of all my gradeschool / Jr. High writing projects, short stories, letters, games, etc. Over the years, I've been moving one folder (with all of my old fiction writings) from Mac to Mac, and I've got a safe copy of that folder on a few drives. However, I don't have copies of all of my old non-fiction files, so when I hooked the LaCie drive up to my Color Classic, I was delighted to see that they were all still there... and then crushed to see that I couldn't open any of them! In the finder, I can see all of the old documents, programs, etc., but they are all listed as being "zero k" in size. Even stranger, the drive (again, a 150 meg HDD) is being reported to Norton Utilities 2.0 as being only 2.9 megs!
When I run Norton Disk Doctor on the drive, it always reports that the "BTree Header" needs to be fixed. Is this a clue?
Any help or ideas would be wonderful - I'd really hate to lose all that writing...