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Windows HFS+ Driver from Snow Leopard Boot Camp


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Aha! I just figured out how I missed the 32-bit drivers last time. I must have opened the BootCamp_3.3.exe file with WinRAR. When I opened it yesterday I used 7-zip and that's how I found the seperate 64bit and 32bit archives. In WinRAR it doesn't show the complete contents.

I run XP in BootCamp here so I'm still on BC 3.2. I thought I'd be able to update to 3.3 but it doesn't support XP.

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I decided to try these drivers again. After a couple of days use it seems they're stable (unlike the old 3.x ones). No BSODs to report.

 

So here's DigitalDJ's installer repacked with the newest drivers (AppleHFS.sys 5.0.0.1 and AppleMNT.sys 5.0.0.0).

 

These are 64-bit only. Tested in Win 7.

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.. I guess

1. extracted by you from the most recent version of BC, and

2. still read-only

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Correct on both counts :)







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