Write to ntfs on mac 10.8
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Read and Write NTFS Partitions from Mac OS X with MacFUSE
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Posted on Dec 4, 4: Page content loaded. Dec 4, 5: Why go to all this trouble when there's a utility from a trusted vendor at a reasonable price?
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Simply put, I don't trust hacks especially ones like this since it is possible likely? It is the filesystem of choice for interchange. Dec 4, 8: Yes, and they sometimes experienced total data loss on the NTFS volume. Do not follow the irresponsible instructions on that page. I've been through the tricks and third party solutions and have come to the conclusion that you just need to reorganize your existence to cease trying to write to NTFS volumes using OS X.
External drives are just too inexpensive to be dealing with this issue anymore.
The next thing you know is that an OS X update "breaks" the usability of the device driver, and by writing, your volume becomes corrupt, and lose your data. Use hands4's advice.
Use exFAT for your drives that must be cross-usable and never have to worry. Dec 5, 6: Dec 6, Yes, I have a legacy Windows system that never goes on-line and is used for my personal finance. Sorry to hear that. It looks like you cannot have your cake and eat it too. How often will you have files bigger than 4 GB?
Read-only on the Mac , supports large files, Windows compatible. Dec 6, 1: Exercise redundancy above all else and get at least ONE more drive to have a minimum of 2 copies of vital data you "dont dare lose" OFF the computer. There are only two kinds of hard drives, those that have failed, and those that will fail, regardless of quality of manufacture.
Never consider any computer a data storage device at any time under any circumstance, rather a data creation, sending, and manipulation device. Anyone who thinks data is safe on any computer, even copied upon multiple partitions is making a mistake that will, without fail, strike. Dec 9, 2: We are in sync. So partitioning it is. Jan 17, 9: Feb 4, Claiming irresponsibility in the face of properly mentioned caution demonstrates nothing more than ignorance. I just noticed youre the author of those several articles Ive seen here and there on various OSX topics.
Of course your article mentions: Feb 4, 2: I disagree. That stance suggests that the only route to take is to use a third-party solution, or one that is officially supported by Apple. That is not the only route, and with proper precaution, it may be beneficial to some folks to use the hidden NTFS functionality that is built into the OS.
While perhaps one or two people have had problems, I've not at all seen any suggestion that this is a rampant issue, or even one that has affected more than one or two individuals hardly a statistical significance. Instead, many most who have followed those instructions to enable NTFS write support have had perfectly good results. Suggesting a third-party FUSE options as an alternative is not necessarily a better choice, as this can also result in broken and damaging functionality in the face of OS updates or changes to FUSE or the associated drivers.
Even Boot Camp functionality is not supported.see url
Enable native NTFS read/write support - Mac OS X Hints
Apple offers drivers to get Windows running, but offers no guarantee at all for the ability to read NTFS even in this environment. The stance some folks take to avoid any modification of the system by any means, and only use it by what Apple intended, is an extreme that is quite odd for anyone besides official Apple support to take.
This stance can be followed by those who choose, but for those who wish to explore their systems which can be done quite safely there are plenty of options available, and it is by NO MEANS irresponsible to discuss or outline them, especially with proper warning of consequences. Claiming irresponsibility in this manner is defamatory, plain and simple.
I'd suggest to anyone that if data is valuable, then rely only on redundancy to protect it.
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