Hi, new to the forums with a issue regarding my files back in XP. I'm dual booting the public beta Build 7000 (32 bit) with XP Media Center Edition (SP3, 32 bit). Each OS resides on a separate physical drive. AMD Athlon 64 X2 6000+Asus M2N32-SLI Deluxe4 GB RAMGeForce 7900GSAVG FreeMy problem is that in Windows 7 I designated my My Music folder on my XP drive to be one of the Libraries for my My Music Windows 7 folder. It worked fine and everything showed up. Now that I'm back in XP, I go to My Documents and the My Music folder has a regular folder icon next to it, and when I double click it a dialog box comes up saying: "C:\Documents and Setting\Admin\My Documents\My Music is not accessible. Access is denied." When I right click the folder and click properties, it says: "Size: 0 bytes. Size on disk: 0 bytes. Contains: 0 Files, 0 Folders." When I navigate to the same folder under Windows 7 it correctly shows the 140 GB I have stored in the folder. I then removed the library association of the folder in Windows 7 and went back to XP hoping that would solve the issue but to no avail. While the folder properties still show 0 bytes, when I check the disk's properties (in XP) it still shows the correct size. How can I get access to my folder back? THANKS!!!