So MOMENTS after I finish my last post, I bring my laptop into the computer room so I can burn a bunch of videos to DVD for Terry. Plug in the DVD Writer (firewire) and the system goes into never-never land. Hmm, this is new.
Reboot with Control-V Disk seek error. Uh-oh
Reboot into Install Disks and run Disk Utility. Cannot repair. Aw CRAP.
Open a Terminal and run fsck. Bad Magic Number. I think I’m going to need new pants….
So I’m digging up a copy of Disk Warrior to see *THAT* can repair it.
If not, I’m hoping I can get some of the data off before I wipe & re-install.
If *THAT* fails, AppleCare here we come. *sigh*
 I can get to the disk from a terminal in the Installer and copy off SOME of it. The Ubuntu G3 doesn’t recognize it in Target Disk Mode.