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OWC Neptune ExHD


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Just bought an ExHD - wanting to move all my music, pics and doc on to it - because I'm planning to sell my computer. Just wanted to know if there are any issues or tips that I can use before I start moving my stuff.

I'm going to format the HD to FAT32 - because I need to use this HD between PC and Mac. any other tips and trick would be great thanks!
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