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is it possible for me to share files between partitions. I can get files off the mac parition onto the pc side, but i cannot put anything from the pc side onto the mac side without getting the admistrative permission error message
    
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The best way for me is to just use an external drive, but you could also shrink a partition and format it to fat32 or something just to transfer files.
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post #3 of 10
Dropbox is your friend. That or a USB pen drive.
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well i also want to be able to play my music from both sides, not just windows, and i dont want to have all these songs sitting on the HDD 2x just so i can play it on either side. can i make a fat32 partition and play music from both sides from it?
    
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On my Macbook Pro, I have Windows 7 64-bit in Bootcamp. Mac OS X is on the HFS+ filesystem and Windows on the NTFS filesystem. I can play songs from either partition on either OS, I just can't move them from partition A to partition B without copying and later deleting the old files.
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The best you can do is have an external drive formatted (or perhaps a small portion of your internal drive if possible (not sure if it'd work, or if it's safe)) as exFat which both Windows and OS X can read and write to. I've an external drive with a 500GB partition just for transferring files, etc.
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I'm not sure I entirely understand the question but MacDrive will enable HFS+ support in Windows.

http://www.mediafour.com/products/macdrive
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Be careful though, that would mean Windows viruses will be able to damage files in Mac OS X.
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post #9 of 10
Use vmware to create share folders that can be read be each os. Vmware can boot your bootcamp partition and install it's tools on it and then when you boot into boot came normally your share folders should work like you were in vmware.
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I'm not sure I entirely understand the question but MacDrive will enable HFS+ support in Windows.

http://www.mediafour.com/products/macdrive

Paragon has a cheaper one.
Macdrive has more options like opening .dmg files in windows, but I doubt you will need that.
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