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External Firewire HD issues


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I have an external firewire HD with a Windows NT based system. I connected it to my iBook via firewire and for some reason I only have read permissions.. anyone know how I can have write permissions?
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Have you check the permission on NT? Check the security of the file and make sure Everyone should be in there with read and write access.
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