Took me forever to find the drive under the /mnt directory.Are you sure you installed it? If it is your only "hard drive", I would expect it to be mounted a just plain / . It would be mounted under /mnt only if you were running from the CD-ROM. -----------------------------Ahhhh, so I thought also, until I tried downloading a large file a couple times and "ran out of space"after only 450 or so megs had downloaded, which totally screwed up my system.I THINK it has to do with the fact that Puppy loads everything into RAM and the default file viewer shows the file folders that are loaded into RAM, so I was running out of RAM when downloading. It takes me a while poking around to actually find the drive or other media. And I have been able to download a couple large files now that I know what I am looking for. In Windows I am used to downloading to the desktop. Now the "desktop" folder is in RAM, so I can't just use desktop as the default. I'll get the hang of this yet.Barbara
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