I have a 300GB external drive which I've just recently converted to HFS from NTFS so I can use it with my Macbook. However, I only partitioned 250GB to HFS and left the other 50GB unpartitioned to format as FAT32 in case of Windows emergencies. However, when I put the drive into my Windows box to format it, the Apple partition wasn't found, and the whole drive just came up as 'unallocated' or whatever. Windows was asking me to initialize the disk, which I of course know means 'format', so I don't want to do that. I've tried it in Windows disk management and even in PartitionMagic, but neither will see the two separate partitions. When I look at the disk in Disk Utility (back in OS X), it sees the disk as having 50GB of unallocated space, but I don't know of a way to then make that part accessible to Windows... any suggestions?