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OS X Leopard :: Files In NTFS Are Gone After Renaming Or Transferring?


I've been a mac user for the past 2 years and have been using a NTFS external HDD for storage of video files as in my college they are not so familiar with Macs. Anyhoo, my problem is, everytime I rename a file in my NTFS hdd in my mac, the files suddenly disappear, but their space in disk is still used, and when I change back the names of the files or alter another one, the files miracleously appear. Now I have a different problem which is, I transfer the files from my Mac to my external hdd and they take up the correct space (in this case, 25GB), but they do not show up in finder at all.

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iMac 8,1
Mac OS X (10.5.8)
Intel Core 2 Duo 2.66Ghz


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