I am completely new to BSD in general. I am familiar with Linux. I am using PC-BSD 8.0 Now in Linux I could tell you easily what hard drives/partitions everything is on. But I am not at all use to slices, etc. So here is what I have, (in Linux Language.) I have three Sata and one IDE. /dev/sda has PC-BSD on it, I do believe that one is ad0, maybe. /dev/sdb is unformatted but will have /dev/sdb1 as swap, /dev/sdb2 Xubuntu and /dev/sdb3 Suse (probably.) /dev/sdc has Vista on it and the final one is my IDE hard drive. In the bios it shows up as 0, some linux distros say sdd while others say hd0. So the problem I am having is that Vista is getting picked up just fine with PC-BSD, NTFS. But the IDE hard drive, fat32, is not. I get an error saying that it is too large and I need to add a -o to something. I looked at the fstab and I don't even see anything there except for PC-BSD partitions. How do I add this IDE so it auto mounts for me. It is my back up drive and I need it. Fat32 was the easiest thing so far to mount in Linux without getting the NTFS read write headaches with some distros. Of course I can use it in Vista as well. But PC-BSD is a bit cranky with this all, lol.