==== I was recently reminded of an article I wrote a fair while ago explaining how to gain access to Mac OSX Volumes (HFS+) from a Windows machine. Apple provided the drivers with their package, so it's really just a matter of extracting the drives and installing them on your Windows machine directly. Firstly, some caveats: • You play with storage drivers at your own risk, obviously. I've done this on all of my Windows machines - and have done for a few years - and they've been fine. • Now, one thing to be aware of is that the drivers are read-only.
If you need read/write, you'll need a product like. • The drivers do not support the legacy Apple Partition Map. If you need that, you'll need a product like. If you plug in an HFS+ Volume into a Windows machine without the drivers, you'll get something similar to this: which isn't great. The drives can't be read. Make sure you don't click OK on the above, it'll ruin your day.
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So let's run through the process of installing the Boot Camp Disk Drivers. You can install the drivers directly on a Windows 7 or 8 machine pretty easily. If you just want the disk drivers, you can get those here: Download, and extract them to your machine. You'll be left with a folder called AppleHFS, with contents like this: Now, you need to know if you have a 64 bit or 32 bit installation of Windows - if you're not surethen you probably shouldn't be doing this! The easiest way to check is get the properties of 'My Computer' - you can see on my test machine I'm using a 64-bit operating system.