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Changing to Fat32 after install and viewing mac HDD from windows?


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Hi all!

Is it possible to change the windows partition to FAT32 from NTFS after having installed windows? I installed it as NTFS but now wishing I'd done FAT32 as I'd like to modify files on that partition from OSX. I would reinstall windows but I've already installed loads on my windows partition.

Also! Does anyone know of a way of viewing the mac partition from windows?

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Simon
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You can't convert formats after you have already put files on them

And the only way to access the Mac partition is through a program like MacDrive

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