Does anyone have an External Network Drive here? If so, how do you turn it off safely? Sorry if this is a n00b question but I never had this type of drive before, there's nothing on the manual and I didn't find anything on google -- so I'm not sure I'm doing the "shutting down" correctly... I just got this disk - it's a network drive so it's connected to my router and not directly to pc like a normal external drive. Since it's not connected to my pc, I don't have the "safely remove hardware" icon on the taskbar. When I turn off my pc, it remains spinning. Obviously, if I'd just turn off the power from the wall socket after turning off my rig, I think the drive would 'jolt' with risk of data corruption or damaging it (no-no!)... It's got a 'push-button' type of switch at the back which is not handy at all (it's completely flush with the drive's back and so hard to find and press well). Through trial and error I found out that if I just press this button, nothing happens. If I keep it pressed for 10-15 seconds, the blue light under the drive starts flashing.... and after some 45 seconds, if not more (!!) the drive switches off with a very audible click. Now even if this is the correct way of doing it, is there some other method to shut this drive down safely without spending an entire minute doing it? Thanks!