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1-Backup whatever is on the drive.

2-Open Disc Utility (It's inside the Utilities folder which is inside your Applications folder).

3-Select the disc, select MacOS Extended (Journaled) from the drop down menu and click erase.

There will be two icons for the drive, one upper and one lower, in a hierarchal list. If you want to reformat as OSX, it doesn't matter which one you choose. If you want to reformat as FAT-32 for Windows compatibility, you must select the upper one and select MS-DOS from the drop down menu.


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