Hey Guys, I hope someone can help me with a frustrating problem I've been having. I've had a G1 since January and never had any problems connecting the phone to my notebook via USB and managing the files on the SD card. I recently bought a new notebook running the 64-bit version of Vista Home Premium and my ability to work with the SD card has been lost. This is what now happens: 1.) I plug the phone into one of the USB ports. 2) The notebook and the phone both detect the connection. 3.) I open the notification on the G1's display and tap "mount". 4.) The dialog box in Windows for that drive opens, and the phone's display indicates that it's mounted. 5.) Almost immediately after the phone displays that it's mounted, the "preparing SD card for use..." message appears on the phone display and it seems to disconnect itself. I've tried both rebooting the phone and the notebook, using a different USB port, checking the Device Manager in Vista to verify that the "best" driver is currently being used for the device, and even removing the SD card from the phone, inserting it directly into the reader in the notebook, moving the files off the card, reformatting it, and moving the files back on. (When the SD card is directly in the notebook, I have no problems.) Working directly with the SD card is an adequate workaround for now, but does anyone have any other suggestions on how to fix this?