Why can't they get it right!? My little AirPort network currently\nconsists of four Macs*, three running 10.3.5 and one running 10.2.8.\nThere are a total of eight hard drives installed, and I do backups\n(whole folders) by drag-and-drop over the network. I know that's the\nold fashioned way, but it works for me.\n\nWhy is it that when I edit files in a folder and then drag it to\nanother drive to replace an existing folder I frequently get the\nmessage "A newer item named 'xxx' already exists in this location. Do\nyou want to replace it with the one you are moving?" when, in fact, the\nfolder that I want to replace is definitely older than the one with\nwhich I want to replace it. The system doesn't always get it wrong;\nsometimes it says "An older item named 'xxx' already exists..." and\nnever gets it wrong the other way around; it never claims that a newer\nfolder is older.\n\nSo what gives here? The various computer clocks are getting automatic\nupdates, so there is no significant time difference between the various\nmachines.\n\nDavoud\n\n*OK, there's also a Windoze laptop/XP Pro on the network.