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Use exFAT (Snowleopard or later) or FAT32 for all OSX versions. Works for both mac and windows and it allows for read and write.
Posted on Nov 03, 2012
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Under the Gear looking icon located on each window, there will be a delte option. Just click what you would like to delete, click the icon and press delete.
Let me know if this works.
Posted on Jan 13, 2009
im having the same problem tried a new drive enslosure but thats not working it says the drive is 2tb when its 500gb, which tells me the sata to usb board is fried so its not comunicationg with the computer even though the drive still spins, so im going to buy one of those sata to usb docking stations but ill have to take the drive out the case which will void the warranty. the last thing ill try is to buy a refirbished freeagent go and swap the sata to usb board, this is important, i have 200gb work of music that i need and i dont have a backup, ill post my efforts asap.
Posted on Dec 09, 2009
Here is a link to Microsoft on how to get to and use disk management. I do not know what operating system you are using but disk management has not changed a lot. The link below references XP and if you follow this step by step it will work great.
Posted on Mar 10, 2010
which files.... if you have "show system files" selected in your folder options in your operating system it still won't let you open them as that is it's way of preventing you from deleting or changing them
Posted on Jul 13, 2010
I'm not sure what drivers you're looking for in particular, however, I've found the Seagate FreeAgent download page for you. I've clicked around and all of these downloads appear to be completely free.
These files should be completely safe for download as they are provided by Seagate but don't neglect to set a restore point on your system before downloading and installing. The files are .zip so they must be unzipped, your system should be able to do this without any additional software.
Also, be sure to register your equipment to get customer support should contacting them be necessary. Some of these will require you to contact the company in order to gain access to the download.
Posted on Oct 16, 2010
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