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Windows 7 and Mac Drive

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use ext2fsd give macVolume a drive letter

and install macdirve 7.2.5(&keygen)

you can read&wirte macVolume now!

file here:http://www.easy-share.com/1905172458...veWin7_C3-.rar

win7 7100 success


How can I download Snow Leopard Bootcamp Drivers??not bt file.

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No MacDrive needed anymore!!


Apple has made HFS+ drivers for Windows.


Read more here: Easy solution for HFS+ and Windows



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?

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It finally works, I am so happy! :P I am using MacDrive 7.2.5 with BootCamp 3 on Windows 7100. Finally full read and write access to my HFS+ partitioned drives.

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Update Now have working version of Win 7 x64 RTM (7600) running perfectly on my MBP. Have used the "token meathod" to activate Win 7, as per RC version until 03/10. Have installed the released version of Macdrive 8 and working well (with MD7 hack).


As this is the final release of Windows 7, everything seem slightly more polished and working very well. I am using the Bootcamp 3.0 drivers from Snow_Leopard_Bootcamp_Drivers_build10a354.

This version adds trackpad settings in the bootcamp control panel.


To update my las post when using bootcamp 3.0, put pc into test mode as described, install drivers, and then take out of testmode. All drivers still work with full functionality.


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