For a while I had reception problems (on HD channels only) which seemed to start after using a newly purchased graded HDR-T2 1TB I bought as backup for the box I was previously using. This ranged from occasional screen glitches to complete loss of picture and came to a head a couple of weeks ago when (as luck would have it) I was trying to record most of BBC's Glastonbury output. A couple of times it got so bad that the box locked up completely and i was forced to cycle the power - more of this at a later date. When I came to play back some of the recordings I found that one of the folders they had been saved in had disappeared and the web-if media browser would no longer display the size of any folder. Reckoning that some corruption had occured I followed the instructions to run fix-disk which found and fixed numerous filesystem errors. The result of this was that reported free space on the drive increased by 9GB but there was a difference of about 40GB between that space and the reported size of My Video; the lost folder did not reappear. Using my very limited knowledge I had a look round the drive via Telnet and found files of what looked to be the right size in '/mnt/hd2/lost+found' and have used an FTP program to try to copy the files off but found I was unable to navigate to that directory. Can anyone please suggest a means of accessing this directory to recover the files or failing that provide the commands to free up the space? Any assistance would be gratefully received.