No suggestions except contact the MacDrive folks.Temujin said:My external HDD works fine using MacDrive, but I can't seem to get the internal OSX partition to show up using the same methods.
I love the concept of Macdrive... it's been the way for me to bridge the gap between the two sides of my Intel Mac. In practice though, the program is buggy and has given me numerous panics when in windows.Temujin said:It works great after the update, thanks
I would venture to guess their target market wasn't Windows on Intel macs, besides - they didn't really have time to test it out since Bootcamp/Parallels only came out recently.Temujin said:You guys are scaring me. Is MacDrive really that buggy that it could cause data loss on existing data, and not only data being transferred?
I'm experiencing the same problem. I'm running Parallels and clicking on "Partition a Mac hard drive" as the one MacDrive option, all I get shown is the 8Gb Virtual HDD and not the OS X drive. Again, if I try "View Mac disks on my computer" all I get to see is everything other than my OS X HD. This may seem a silly question, but where I'm going wrong? I would have expected to be given the option of accessing the OS X HD in either or both of these functions.ewinemiller said:No suggestions except contact the MacDrive folks.
One general suggestion once you get it working, back up data often. I've been running MacDrive to view my internal drive for a while now. Three times I've gotton a blue screen from MacDrive and the end result was a dead OSX install. I had to rebuild the machine from scratch. They've been patching and the blue screens have stopped, but just the other day I went browse my OSX drive, Explorer locked up, I had to forcibly shutdown windows (killing the explorer process didn't work because the problem was deeper in MacDrive), and there was corruption on the OSX drive as a result.
MacDrive in that configuration is not quite stable yet so just be wary.