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AE doesn't see Win partition


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I installed an Airport Extreme yesterday so that I could run my Time Machine EHDD off of it instead of plugged into my MBP's USB port. The EHDD has a Mac partition and a Win partition that were both recognized when connected via the USB port. But now only the Mac partition is seen by AE. See attached photo.

Also, how can I get the WEP key off of the Airport Utility so I can connect with my Blackberry?

Thanks for any help!
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AE doesn't support NTFS which is what I had formatted the Win partition to so that I could Clonezilla the drive to the external drive. it does support FAT32 so that is my option:

AirPort Extreme (802.11n): USB storage device supported formats and protocols

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To find the network password, open up the Keychain.

Look in the list for your network and double click on it to open it up. You'll find the network name there after you input your master password.






And you really should change it to WPA2. The 11 year old neighbor kid can crack WEP.

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