Yes, of course.So, when you are on Windows via Boot Camp, can you read/write files on NTFS without any 3rd party programs?
x2 for formatting your USB drives in ExFAT. Microsoft designed this file format specifically for flash storage, and Apple started supporting it in Snow Leopard. It's the closest we have to a universal file system for Macs and Windows PCs. Unfortunately, neither OS X nor Windows will boot from an ExFAT partition. It's essentially FAT64.Thanks 42. So, how does Mac OS handle files larger than 4GB without any 3rd party software?
Right.So, if I can access the Mac partition under Boot Camp, I can just copy the file onto my Boot Camp partition and then write to an NTFS drive from Windows directly. Right?