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NTFS is apparently not supported on the Airport Extreme though.As for powering down, I'm not sure but I doubt it.

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Click on 'manage wireless networks' on the left and find your wireless network in the list. Check that you're using the right security type, encryption type, and that the key is right.However, XP/Vista (and most other operating systems) have NO ISSUE with reading and writing to FAT32 disks larger than 32GB.You just can't format them as FAT32 using XP/Vista (external HDs generally come preformatted anyway, and there are free utilities that can format them).Turn security back on, and follow the steps in my comment to Richard above. Well it was either that or an update patch that I did at the same time to the Toshiba. But from what I know, this should be possible, by going to System Preferences, then Sharing, then the Internet tab and checking the On box for Wireless in the list.If turning off security doesn't work, then turn security back on, and try connecting the laptop to the Airport directly using a cable. The Air Port Options button may let you set up some security, which you should definitely do.Ah, Windows.) Do you know how I can get past this problem.

Your help would be greatly appreciated and no doubt linger in the cyber ether for other hapless Vista users (is that a rant coming on?

I had to play around with it for awhile but I finally got connected.

I setup the base station to use WPA2 and selected Pre-Shared Key and as the password type, then I supplied a 64 character key/password and I set it to use channel 1.

I then had to problem getting my Tilt to connect to it because I copied a file over to it using Missing/Sync that contained the key and opened it on the phone a copied the key and pasted it onto the setup wizard. The PSP on the other had took more time as I had to use the keyboard to enter the 64 char hex key.

I hope this helps anyone trying to use their Airport Express with either the PSP or the Tilt.

You probably have to go to a dedicated NAS product for that.