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When I boot with Windows XP it does not show my Firewire 800 drive in My Computer, but in the remove devices thing it shows the hard drive and gives me the option to remove it. How can I get my windows partition to see this hard drive?

iMac 20" 2Ghz 2gb RAM (10.5) + 500gb WD Mybook Pro
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