. You can use the built in Disk Utility to format and partition it. 2. Depends on your hard drive size, and how much data you want to back up. 3. I use journaled, but I can't remember what the difference is, someone else should know. 4. if you" /> Mac Forums - View Single Post - External HD Noob needs help.
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1. You can use the built in Disk Utility to format and partition it.
2. Depends on your hard drive size, and how much data you want to back up.
3. I use journaled, but I can't remember what the difference is, someone else should know.
4. if you think of any, ask

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