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17-Aug-2012, 06:22 PM #1
How do I get stuff from my other partition?
Hello ,

I have got a mac, but for the programs of my school who don't work at my Mac I made a partition with windows 7 (I did this with Bootcamp). If I am on the mac, it's easy to get stuff from my windows... but if I am on Windows, I can't find the stuff at Apple (stuff like my Music, Word-Documents, Pictures...).

So my question is: What is the best way (or is there a way) to get my stuff from Mac while I am working on the Windows.

(PS: I'm sorry for my bad English... I live in Holland )

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17-Aug-2012, 08:19 PM #2
I'm not sure if that's even possible because Mac runs its own file system (MFS) and it's not supported by Windows 7.
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18-Aug-2012, 09:42 AM #3
Assuming it is the above suggested file system problem search for a third party app that runs in Windows and reads that kind of partition. Else use your MAC OS to copy or move the files to the Windows partition, or to a separate data partition (formatted NTFS).
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Boot your computer using a "Live Ubuntu" disk (you can download this from a Ubuntu website free of charge}. Copy the files you want and paste them wherever you like. Alternatively, boot up Mac and copy the files to a pendrive then reboot into Windows and paste.
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