I have a NAS device which I have installed Debian Lenny on (the NAS boots primarily from its attached drive). I'm not that familiar with linux but it looks like there are three partitions: a small ext2 system partition, a large ext3 data partition, and a small swap partition. I removed this drive from my NAS and attached it to my computer via USB. I booted from the TI rescue CD and attempted to backup the drive. I tried this with the latest version of Echo and TI Home 11. In both cases, I was told that all partitions contained errors and could only be backed up as raw. As far as I can tell, however, all partitions are healthy. My goals are two-fold: At the very least, I would like to make a full backup of the drive. While I can do this sector-by-sector, that is not optimal. Secondly, I would like to clone the drive to a smaller destination drive. As the data partition (ext3) is 90% empty, this would be doable if TI could resize the partition -- but this is not allowed as it is reported as damaged. I was under the impression that TI supported ext2 and 3 natively. Am I missing something here? Thanks for any help or information.