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    file partition Win-OS
    Ive just bougth a MBP and in this moment a wanted to make 3 partition of my 120HD one for OS one for Win and the other for just files. Then a saw that booth camp make a partition for win with out having to reinstal the OS. OK, thats not an issue any more. Now the third partition. I tought making this partition because I have allway work with a files-only HD on my PCs, I know this ist not necessarly with Mac but if Im planning to use Win and OS it would be cool to have a file-HD which I can use with win and OS. Does it work like that? and other quiestion which format should I use for the file-only HD, free space??.

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