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As was pointed out, if the drive is formatted to FAT-32 you can use it both for Mac work and PC work. And even if it should be formatted to NTFS, your new Mac with Snow Leopard will be able to read and write to it although that feature is not turned on by default. If that's the case, post back and we'll show you how to turn read\write support for NTFS on.

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