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Hey guys..This is a different bootcamp question i have..if i install boot camp and windows,i know i have to give windows some space on my hard drive it is ok..and when i am working in mac os will i be able to reach my files in windows hd??is it sth like diving your hd in two parts in windows??help pls.
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Windows does not see the Mac partition of your HD.

But Mac can see your Windows Partition (If its NTFS formatted then it's read only, if FAT 32 then its read and write via OS X)
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Bootcamp questions belong in the Windows forum.

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Windows does not see the Mac partition of your HD.

But Mac can see your Windows Partition (If its NTFS formatted then it's read only, if FAT 32 then its read and write via OS X)
thanx man that was he exact answer that i was looking for
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the only problem with that is vista wont install on fat32

way around that please
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