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Originally Posted by Razormac View Post

I believe there are 3rd party packages to allow your Windows PC to read/write Mac OS format (HFS) but I am not familiar with any of them. Preferable, in my opinion, to either format drive to FAT32 or get an NTFS driver for your Mac.
That is called Mac Drive. Works great.

I do agree it's easier to just format the external in FAT32 but there is one thing I should mention. If any SINGLE file is over 4GB, it won't write to FAT32. Few files are that large, but warning you just in case.
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