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Liquifier

Member Since 03 Jan 2009
Offline Last Active Dec 14 2011 09:00 AM
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In Topic: Windows 7 and Mac Drive

27 May 2009 - 12:38 AM

No MacDrive needed anymore!!

Apple has made HFS+ drivers for Windows.

Read more here: Easy solution for HFS+ and Windows

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Thanks for the tip! I installed BootCamp 3.0 alongside with Macdrive. Great thing is that now I don't have to use Ext2fsd to map the HFS+ partitions anymore.

One caveat though, Windows 7 won't display any east asian fonts correctly in file names for files on HFS+ partitions. Is there a solution to this?

In Topic: Windows 7 and Mac Drive

24 April 2009 - 01:51 AM

I finally found a failsafe method that works for me (Boot Camp on both x86 and x64) using macdrive 7.2.5:

The following works for me on 3 macs -- x86 and x64, using macdrive 7.2.5:

1. Modify 7.2.5 .msi as many have already explained.
2. Install MacDrive, reboot.
3. HERE IS THE KEY: Install Ext2Fsd 0.46 (which should include Ext2Mgr 2.26). Google, easy to find.
4. Run Ext2 Volume Manager, assign a drive letter to the OSX HFS partition, and check the box to make it permanent.
5. Reboot
6. The end.
7. My MacOSX partition lives as D: and stays as such, and all HFS drives mount for reading and writing without any problem. This has worked flawlessly for me!!

I really hopes this helps you guys.


Could've saved yourself some time if you bothered to read my post...

http://www.insanelym...p...2438&st=60#

In Topic: Windows 7 and Mac Drive

12 March 2009 - 03:50 AM

I tried the paragon solution on win7 x32, but paragon show my disk as one GPT partition (even windows show me the right partition map).

Does anyone has an idea ?


I had the same problem with Paragon Partition Manager, it would not display my partitions. I tried Hard Disk Manager Pro and that program displayed all of my partitions correctly but I could not assign a drive letter to any of the partitions. When I right click my mac partition, I don't get that option and the option to Assign a drive letter is grayed out in the dropdown menu (can't select). Am I doing something wrong? I tried running the program as "administrator" but that didn't help.

running 32bit of windows7

Edit:

Ok, I was able to assign drive letters using ext2Fsd volume manager
http://ext2fsd.sourc...ts/projects.htm

and now it works! sweet!

In Topic: Windows 7 and Mac Drive

31 January 2009 - 05:31 AM

The Disk Manager won't let me select "Change Drive Letter and Paths..." for my HFS partitions. Any other ideas?

I just followed the instructions above.


I think he meant what did you do to your partitions with the install disc
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