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  1. Hello, after installing new hard drive to my functional hackintosh it doesn't shows up in disk utility at all. But, when I boot up Windows 8 on same machine and go to disk management it shows up normally and I can format it and do everything with it normally. Access with file explorer is also possible. I tried formatting it in MBR and GPT format style - no success. I tried formatting it in NTFS and exFAT - no success. I also tried connecting it to another SATA port - no success. Is there something else I can try?
  2. Hardware Motherboard: ASUS ROG HERO VII HDD: Western Digital 1 TB Caviar Green (WDC WD10EARS-00Y5B1) Connection: SATA 3 6Gb/s Software on Windows OS: Windows 10 App to test speed: CrystalDiskMark 5.0.2 x64 App to read/write HFS+: Paragon HFS+ 10.4.0 Software on Mac OSX OS: Mac OSX 10.10.4 App to test speed: Xbench 1.3 App to write NTFS: Tuxera NTFS 2014 All data (tables and graphics) are available here
  3. Hi, At the beggining sorry for my bad english Let's get started from tell you about what I'm planning to do: - (GPT, UEFI) SSD 128 GB - Windows 8.1 (One system on disk installed in UEFI Mode) - (GPT) HDD 2 TB - OS X 10.9.4 (140 GB partition HFS+) and Data (1 TB partition NTFS) and rest is unallocated space. I am using Clover EFI as Bootloader (I Have motherboard with Z77 Chipset, 1155 LGA Processor and it has UEFI BIOS (so it has no errors)) Everything works fine (I Installed OS X and Windows (In this order), Update OS X, Install Kext, Install Bootloader) But Clover show me too many partitions (4 Windows partitions and One normal OS X partition) When I want create shared partition between my systems I run Disk Utility in OS X and Create partition NTFS (I Installed Paragon NTFS). So … everything may work, but When I go to Windows Disk Management, it has show unallocated space What I would Except: |--- OS X (140GB) ---||----------------------------------------------------- DATA (NTFS) ---||--- Unallocated space (rest) ---|| What was created: |--- OS X (140GB) ---||---- Unallocated space (Less than 1GB) ---||--- DATA (NTFS) ---||--- Unallocated space (rest) ---|| I Think, you understand me. And I Think, that OS X partitioning is different than Windows. When I Create 600 GB Data partition in OS X, in Windows shows me 560 GB … Is that possible to create NTFS partition beside HFS+ OS X partition? I don't want exFAT because I have multiple files where single file size is more than 16GB, I will prefer NTFS... Greetings.
  4. Hi, i have a little problem, when booting my Iatkos L2 i always get stuck on NTFS Volume name , version 3.1 I have Lenovo B560 Intel Core i3 M380 + nVidia Optimus GeForce 310m btw: it show me this at boot start RROR: dcbtable_version is 0x10 ERROR: nVidia ROM patching failed! i've searched lot of forums where the mention this problem but nothing worked in my case I've had DEFAULT selected items in install Custiomize menu
  5. Ratul




    Kext for mounting NTFS partitions natively with READ ONLY support. Tested on Mountain Lion 10.8.2.