MacBook Pro :: Recovering Data From NTFS / Program To Read NTFS Formatted HDD?

Oct 12, 2009

I need to recover some deleted pictures from my friends PC. Is there any program that will be able to read the NTFS formatted HDD?

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OS X :: Best App For Mac To Read NTFS Formatted Drives?

Jan 12, 2011

I'm using Macdrive on this pc laptop I got, but now I'd like to go in the reverse direction and transfer files directly from an NTFS formatted drive to my Macs.

Whats the best app for doing this?

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Software :: Read Only NTFS Formatted Drive On Mac

Nov 12, 2010

I bought a new hard drive to use for both my windows and mac backup. I formatted the drive in NTFS using windows. But when connect it to my mac drive is showing only as Read Only.

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MacBook Pro :: Can't Transfer Stuff To External Hard Drive (NTFS Formatted)

Aug 25, 2014

My Seagate hard rive is saying that it is formatted NTFS when I plug it into my new mac. I have only ever used it on a mac and it didn't ever say this when i used it on my old computer.. Im not quite sure what to do because I have no where to put all my stuff to reformat it?

Also I made sure when I bought the hard drive that it was both windows and mac compatible...

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Mac Pro, OS X Mavericks (10.9.4)

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OS X :: Accidentally Formatted Harddrive To NTFS?

Jan 12, 2011

i have a 1tb lacie external hard drive with 2 partitions. 1 hfs+ and 1 ntfs with 33 gig. i wanted to put windows 7 on the ntfs disk and followed a guide and did

SELECT DISK 1, CLEAN, CREATE PARTITION PRIMARY, SELECT PARTITION 1,ACTIVE, FORMAT FS=NTFS, ASSIGN, EXIT

When it was done my whole hd was ntfs and my hfs partition was gone. i tried Testdisk and did a quick search and a deep search (took me 2 days), but no result. i also used Mac File Recovery to find a lose volume or lost files but no result. Now i'm using r-studio and performing a scan but i think it won't find my lost HFS+ partition.

Is there a way to save my HFS partition? My entire photo life is on it. should i bring it to a recovery specialist? or does someone has the answer? maybe reformat it as hfs?

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OS X :: No Spotlight On NTFS Formatted Volumes?

Apr 2, 2009

Am I correct, that Spotlight doesn't index NTFS formatted volumes? I have a 1tb external with about 700gb full of apps, media and other data I'd like to be able to search.

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MacBook Pro :: Transfer Mac Files Onto A Windows NTFS Formatted External Hard Drive

Dec 4, 2014

Is it possible by any means to transfer mac files onto a windows “NTFS" formatted external hard drive...??  

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MacBook Pro with Retina display, OS X Mavericks (10.9.5)

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OS X :: Formatted NTFS Partition Doesn't Show Up

Dec 16, 2009

I have an Intel-based system that I have already repartitioned to give me 40GB for OSX. I am using a disk by the name of "iAKTOAS" or something like that. I have already gone through Disk Utility to try and format my unused partition, but it doesn't show up.

-How can I partition that "free" partition in Windows XP?
-What program should I use to do this, preferably free?
-How is the MBR going to work? How should I set the system up to allow me to choose from XP or OSX?
-What else do I need to know about OSX "Journaled", "Extended", or just "OSX"?

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MacBook Pro :: MacFUSE - NTFS 3G Or Paragon NTFS?

Mar 16, 2010

Just started my forray into the whole Apple OSX life. Which app is better in your eyes?

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MacBook Pro :: External HDD And NTFS Read Only On OS X

Dec 8, 2009

Before you peek into this topic to say "OS X can only read NTFS, not write to it", save the effort; I already know that. I have a 1TB WD MyBook Studio. I partitioned this drive into 2 parts, an Mac OS Extended partition and, using Win 7, an NTFS partition. Now my MBP can mount and see its partition just fine, but it refuses to mount the other NTFS partition, seeing it in Disk Utility as MS-DOS (Fat) format with a weird name. How do I get the MBP to mount the NTFS partition?

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MacBook Pro :: It Does Not Read NTFS Format

May 20, 2012

I connected my external Hard drive to my Mac and it gives the error about not reading the NTFS files...

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MacBook Pro, Mac OS X (10.7.4)

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OS X :: Mac Snow Leopard Freezing / Slowdown (Mac Fuse / NTFS 3G & NTFS)

Jun 11, 2010

This is a thread for anyone who is experiencing a large slowdown and/or intermittent 10-60 second freezes on Mac OSX Snow Leopard, where the freezes are completely unrelated to anything you're doing, any app you're using, or whether the system is under heavy or little use. I found the issue stems from the use of Mac Fuse (with NTFS-3G installed) and/or Paragon NTFS for Mac OSX, the combination of these 2 apps essentially doing the same job (NTFS write support), conflicts and causes the hard drive to be under constant (although very little) use, which can randomly cause 30-60 second freezes. If anyone is experiencing these same freezes, uninstall either one app or the other, or both, and that might help remedy the situation. EDIT: updated because I didn't specifically mention which macFUSE plugin I had installed....

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OS X V10.6 Snow Leopard :: Rename An External NTFS Formatted Disks Drives?

Apr 7, 2012

It is possible to rename an external NTFS formatted Disks Drives??????

I've tried with "diskutil" command but it's no possible.

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OS X V10.7 Lion :: Finder Cannot See My External Hard Disk Formatted As FAT32 And NTFS

Apr 14, 2012

I have two external hard disks, one formatted as FAT32 and another formatted as NTFS.Both cannot be seen in Finder when plug in. Only another one formatted MAC OS extended can.how to dispay my drive in the Finder (I don't want to reformat it as I have lot of contents and need to be read in my window computer.)Im running Mac OS 10.7.3 on my iMAC

Info:iMac, Mac OS X (10.7.3)

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OS X Mavericks :: Finder Cannot Searching For NTFS Formatted External Hard Disk

Jun 19, 2014

MacBookAir,1.8GhZ,Memory 4GB1600 MHz DDR3 osx10.9.3

Finder  can show and open the files from the external hard disk but can not searching for the files.

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MacBook :: How To Read NT File System (NTFS)

Nov 30, 2014

I have a 1TB mini drive from my PC Laptop with photo files that I cannot open on my Macbook Pro.  Is there a way I can translate these file to be read on my Mac?

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OS X :: NTFS And NTFS 3G Volume - Doesn't Wake Up After Goes To Sleep

Aug 8, 2009

I have 2 external HDDs that I am sharing with other PCs/Macs over the network. Interestingly, when I look up the info for each volume, only one shows as NTFS-3G whereas the other one shows as just NTFS. And this NTFS volume is causing so much trouble. It doesn't wake up after it goes to sleep, and when I power-cycle it, the data I have put in previously is gone! It doesn't seem to save the data properly. Perhaps because it's just NTFS, not NTFS-3G, I cannot run "Disk Repair" from the Disk Utility app. The button is disabled whereas for other volumes, the button is enabled.

At one time, I had to connect it to a PC to run the disk repair and was able to recover some of the lost data. What the heck is going on? Howcome it is showing as NTFS opposed to NTFS-3G? Both HDDs were formatted from PCs as NTFS. Only difference is that the NTFS is 750GB one, and NTFS-3G one is just 300GB. Does NTFS-3G has size limit?

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Applications :: Tuxera NTFS Vs NTFS 3G - Which Better For Normal User?

Aug 8, 2010

My Mac partition recently got corrupted to the point of needing a fresh install. I just starting installing my utilities again and downloaded the newest version of NTFS-3G. While doing this, I noticed that there was a "professional" version of NTFS-3G sold by Tuxera (who makes NTFS-3G). I tried to find information comparing the two, but can't; Even on their own website. Does anyone know what the major differences between them are? Is worth the $31 for a normal user (meaning someone who has a BootCamp partition, but doesn't always copy to and from it)?

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OS X :: Recover Files From Formatted Drive / Boot Camp Ran Quick NTFS Format

Sep 24, 2009

I wanted a larger Windows partition so I went into Boot Camp assistant and deleted the Windows partition, made a new one and proceeded to insert my Windows CD. It went through the installation process and i selected the right drive/partition to have a quick NTFS format. After the format, my MacBook restarted and stalled. Needless to say, Boot Camp ran a quick NTFS format on the entire drive.

Now, is there any way to recover any of the files that were quickly formatted? Is there any good software out there that may be able to recover anything?

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OS X :: NTFS Volume (BC) Not Mount Without NTFS 3G - Technical

Feb 6, 2009

I previously used NTFS-3G to write to my NTFS (Boot Camp) volume. Now, I would like to can it, and just use Apple's internal read-only NTFS stuff.. But the drive refuses to mount, if I disable or remove NTFS-3G.. If I try to mount it manually in Disk Utility, it just says "The disk could not be mounted. Try running First Aid".. I tried that, and it did not work (as expected). I have tried to create an empty file with TOUCH command in the root of my NTFS drive, called "ntfs-readonly". I have also tried to put that file in a directory called ".NTFS-3G" in the root. According to this site, it should tell NTFS-3G to mount that drive with Apples read-only driver. But this failed to work as well - getting the same error as above, when trying to mount it manually.

An interresting thing is, that when NTFS-3G is running, the format of the NTFS drive reads "Windows NT Filesystem (NTFS-3G)" - fine, that sounds logical. BUT.. When NTFS-3G is disabled, the format reads "MS-DOS (FAT32)".. Which, of course, is not true. Is Apples NTFS mounter broken on my system, maybe? If so, how can I fix that? I recall, that I removed NTFS-3G and Mac Fuse manually some time ago, using this site as guidance. That involved deleting the files it was using. I was very careful, but MAYBE I deleted one or more files, that Apples internal NTFS read-only driver needed... Can somebody perhaps assist me in some way? What can I try (apart from re-installing OS X using my Time Machine backup..)..?

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OS X :: Does SL Have Read / Write NTFS Feature?

Sep 5, 2009

I thought SL offered feature like Macfuse where I am able to read and write NTFS (Windows) format drives testing on my MacBook and I am only able to read.

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OS X V10.7 Lion :: Read NTFS Drives In It?

Mar 25, 2012

I have an external Hard Drive that is formatted in NTFS, but my Lion won't read it. How can I read and copy the files from that one into my MacBook Air?

Info:
Imac, Mac OS X (10.4.10)

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OS X :: Enable Native Read / Write Ntfs On SL?

Sep 7, 2010

i have read the old thread but it seams very risky and dangerous. is this way safe? [URL]

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OS X :: Cannot Read Or Mount Network NTFS Drives

Nov 8, 2010

I am running Snow Leopard. I have a few drives on my PC that I have shared, three are NTFS and one is FAT32. I can read and write to the FAT32 on just fine, everything works as it should with it. I can view the NTFS shared drives, though when I try to access them I get this error. The operation can't be completed because the original item for "Drive Name" can't be found. I can read NTFS USB drives fine, and with NTFS Mounter running I can write to them all the same. However this is not the case whatsoever with networked NTFS drives. I am sharing them from a Windows 7 x64 PC, my Mac is a 1st gen Intel Core Duo 1.66.

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OS X :: External NTFS Drive Suddenly 'Read-Only'?

Aug 23, 2007

I have an external hard drive, it's formatted in NTFS, sort of like a 'bridge' between my Macbook and my Windows machine. I was able to write to the NTFS drive from my Mac using MacFUSE and NTFS-3G. A few days ago, the hard drive showed up as 'read-only', and is still that way now. I've tried repairing disk permissions, reinstalling the NTFS applications, nothing seems to change the write permissions back.

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OS X :: Unable To Read NTFS Disk (Vista)?

Feb 5, 2009

I'm trying to copy from my Vista hard drive to my Mac hard drive. I'm getting rid of the Vista machine.

I took out the hard drive from the Vista and put it in an external enclosure that is USB attached to my Mac. The Mac is unable to read the drive.

I thought that leopard was able to read NTFS file systems?

It acts as if it doesn't even understand the partition table format on the drive.

Is there a simple way to get this to work? Does NTFS-3G help reading the partition table?

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Applications :: Read / Write NTFS External HD Using PC And Mac

Jun 30, 2010

I may end up getting another external hard drive & would like to be able to stay with NTFS so I can use it with either PCs or macs, there is a PC in my home & I would like to be able to use it between the PC & my macbook pro. Does anybody know of good reliable software that does not hog resources that will enable me to read & write NTFS on my macbook pro?

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OS X V10.7 Lion :: Read/Write From FAT/NTFS Volumes?

May 21, 2012

I have a Windows/DOS formatted external harddrive adn want to access/write/delete data from it using my MCP with Lion OS. I downloaded NTFS-3G 2011.1.15 and installed and restarted my Mac but then got this error when OS started and I cant see my Windows external disk any more. I am not 100% sure if the format of this disk was FAT or NTFS.

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MacBook Pro, Brand New!

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OS X :: NTFS Harddrive Checking Program?

Jan 15, 2010

Is there any software that can check if a NTFS hard drive is working properly and repair it if necessary?

I tried programs like Disk Warrior, TechTool Pro and Drive Genius. All seem to be good programs but none of them support NTFS even though my MBP can read/write NTFS.

I would format my external hard drives to mac format but I need those drives to be accessible on a PC as well.

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OS X :: Will Snow Leopard Support Read / Write To NTFS

Jun 17, 2009

I didn't get a chance to read all the features. So hoping someone will answer this one quickly with a source link of somekind. Will Snow Leopard support read/write capability to NTFS partitions?

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