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MIssing files with USB disk attached to Airport


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Not too sure how to word the title but hopefully this will be clear!

I have an Airport Extreme Rev.2 with a PC hardwireded and a MBP running wirelessly. I also have a Seagate Free Agent 500gig external USB drive attached to the AEBS. The strange thing is that I can access all the files on the external if plugged directly into one of the computers but if I access it through the AEBS, I can see the drive but no files. I have used disk utility to verify and repair permissions but not much else. I have tried setting the AEBS to several different settings including guest, disk password, base station password, etc. with no luck.

Any help would be appreciated.
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How is the disk formatted?
Search on this and you will find some info.

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Disk is formatted Fat32 and it worked this way not too long ago. But for some reason it's now a no go.
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