Store data from windows and mac on same device?
- Asked by Verne W from Valley Springs
- Feb 15, 2014
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- Asked about: G-Tech 1TB G-DRIVE mobile USB 3.0 H…
3 Answers from the Community
Yes you can do that but you must partition the drive to support both formats. The program disk utility is built into every Mac Computer and can make this happen for you. If you would like to learn more about the process visit your local Apple Store and make a Genius Bar Appointment.
- Answered by Brendan C from Brockton
- Mar 23, 2014
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It sure can! Go to disk utilities by clicking in finder Go then selecting Utilities. Once disk utilities is open click the G-Drive in the column on the left and select partition in the main window. Select 1 partition from the drop down and give it a name then select FAT32 or exFAT, what it says depends on your OS. After all is set you're ready to hit apply.
Remember this process does erase anything that's on the drive so make sure you're prepared for that before you start the process.
- Answered by Eric Y from Oklahoma City
- Mar 29, 2014
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Yes, you can store and open data for both windows and Mac format on the same device. It's just like plugging in a flash drive, as long as you have an application that can open the file, you're all set.
- Answered by Sanjay S from Burke
- Mar 27, 2014
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Does this device stores movies as well?
- Asked by Lapolean K from Creedmoor
- Jul 27, 2014
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Already using multiple iMac devices in multiple locations is their a solution that can centralize content storage, access and workflow?
- Asked by Gary L from San Mateo
- Sep 12, 2013
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