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Old 08-06-2007, 05:07 AM
Gunnell Gunnell is offline
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Default Quick formatting explanation please

I just got a mac, I've been a PC guy all of my life. I want to be able to work on a project on my PC and then plug it right into my mac with out having to transfer files back and forth between any hard drives. How do I need to format my external HD to be able to read and write from both my mac and pc?
From what I understand it needs to be FAT32. But does the HD or partition have to be smaller than 32GB for it to work like that? Help me out, thanks in advance.
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