Whenever I plug my Wii HDD into my PC, Windows 7 claims there are disk errors and asks if I want to scan and potentially correct them. This is nothing new--pretty sure it's happened with every one of my FAT32 Wii hdds over the years. There's certainly nothing wrong with the drives (no bad sectors), and I assume it's the nature of having a harddrive set up for the Wii and not for Windows. The 'corruption' is probably no problem for the Wii to read as the files are only corrupt relative to standard FAT32 specifications. I'm just curious, really... Will allowing Windows to 'fix' the disk errors make it less compatible or render some files unreadable by my Wii? I'm sure someone's tried it.