OSX 10.6.8 MacBook Pro late 2010 Ok so I've searched and I'm sorry if this has been covered but for now I'm stumped. I've lost 2 formatting options from the drop-down menu in Disk Utility (when you select the format of the partition you're creating) My macbook pro was a store demo, and was thus pre-installed with OSX snowleopard 10.6.7? I think or 10.6.8. I don't know if I updated it or it self updated, but in anycase, though I could never write to NTFS (I know there's a terminal workaround for specific partitions/volumes possible, and bootcamp if you want windows to do it, but I'm NOT talking about that), I COULD format a volume in Windows NT File System and ExFat and the standard Mac ones and Fat32. I recently reinstalled OSX on my computer using a replacement DVD from Apple (because the ones that came with my computer were corroded) and I lost this ability. I called Apple to find out why, and after hours of explaination, the answer was, that my computer must have had 3rd party software installed on it. I do not think I installed such software, I know of no such software (that would add NTFS and ExFat to the dropdown menu un Disk Utility WHILE not allow writing to NTFS), and I cannot find or recall seeing that in my computer. Answers, thoughts anyone? I'm stumped. Is Apple lying to me?