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    Re: Mac OS 10.4 compatibility question

    Sometimes you have to watch out for the file system of the drive. NTFS is a windows file system, so most external drives need to be FAT32 to go from OS to OS.

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    Re: Mac OS 10.4 compatibility question

    Quote Originally Posted by JFord View Post
    Sometimes you have to watch out for the file system of the drive. NTFS is a windows file system, so most external drives need to be FAT32 to go from OS to OS.
    If it was advertised as being compatible with a mac, I'm pretty sure it would already have the necessary formatting.



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