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Originally Posted by chscag View Post
In order to transfer files from Mac OS X to a Windows machine, you must have a NTFS driver installed on your Mac that will allow write access to the PC. Of course if the PC hard drive is formatted to FAT-32, then no driver is required. But nowadays only very old PCs have their hard drives formatted to FAT-32.

We recommend Paragon NTFS from Paragon Software. ($19.95)
Not via an SMB share, the windows machine makes the write.. and SMB facilitates it. You are not writing directly to disk this way..

What error did the OP get when attempting to write files?

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