chrishoffman at May 17th, 2014 06:40 — #1
Originally published at: http://www.howtogeek.com/189250/how-to-share-files-between-mac-os-x-and-windows-with-boot-camp/
Boot Camp can be annoying. Both Windows and Mac OS X can see each other’s files, but they can’t write to the other operating system’s partition.
aidanharris at May 17th, 2014 07:30 — #2
I use the mentioned Paragon HFS driver in order to access files and I use the command prompt to create links to my OS X partition e.g.
mklink \D "Dropbox" D:/Users/MY_OSX_USER/Dropbox
The above command will create a symlink to my Dropbox folder so I can install Dropbox on Windows and have all of the files saved to my OS X partiton as opposed to Dropbox re-downloading everything all over again, using up precious space...
abubasim at May 17th, 2014 09:08 — #3
A better option to FAT32 is ExFAT. This is supported by both Windows and OS X and can handle files larger than 4GB.
disuse at May 17th, 2014 13:25 — #4
If you are also running Parallels, read/write is included with the app but requires the OS to be powered up.
system at May 27th, 2014 06:40 — #5
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