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Discussion in 'Windows, Linux & Others on the Mac' started by mcmacker4, May 14, 2014.
Is there any way Windows 8 can read a drive with a GUID partition table?
Yes, it just needs to be formatted (on the Mac) with ExFAT or FAT32. This is how Boot Camp Assistant works. All it does is set aside a part of your HDD formatted under ExFAT so you can install Windows.
Yes with the Windows software MacDrive.
All versions of Windows from Windows XP x64/Windows Server 2003 SP1 can read GPT (GUID Partition Table) disks.