So I decided I would ghost a number of machines to the W2K server's 76 Gb SCSI HD via DOS. I started with a machine and the ghost worked fine, but I decided I'd verify it. It came back with an error. So I did it again, ghosted fine but came back with an error after verifying it. Tried it again - same problem. You get the picture. So I decided to copy the file over to another computer (random W2K Pro computer) and verify it, same problem. Then I ghosted the computer onto the other computer and verified it. No problem. I then copied the file back to the server, the one I had just verified, and verified it again, an error. So - we've got a file that I'm guessing is not writing to the HD on the server properly, but not causing an error during the actual writing, it only becomes a problem when you read it back. So I figure - well it must be a bad HD right? Well I try the same experiment on an IDE drive in the server. Exact same problems. So if it's not the HD's, or the controller - then it's got to be the LAN card, or the OS itself right? Or am I missing something?