A file on my external USB hard drive failed to read today. The hard drive has a FAT32 file system, so that I can read the data from a Windows box and my Mac.
I suspect that the hard drive has some bad sectors (something I use to fix using "scandisk", when I used to run a Windows box).
I tried running Disk Utility -> Repair Disc from my Mac. It ran fine but the problem was still there.
I tried running "fsck" from Terminal, and it gave me a weird error "BAD SUPER BLOCK: MAGIC NUMBER WRONG ".
And googling just seems to bring me to the conclusion that nobody uses a FAT32 external hard drive with a Mac. Am I the only freak doing this??????