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Transfering Files From Windows

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I'm having trouble moving files from Windows to Mac. I have a flash drive that works fine, but it doesn't have enough memory. I have several large external harddrives, but OS X says it can't read any of the volumes. If I burn a CD or DVD with Nero on Windows, OS X spits the CD/DVD back out. How can I solve this problem?
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Nevermind, it was because of that particular harddrives enclosure connections.
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