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I would be tempted to format the drive using the disk utility whch can be found under applications and then utilities once opened choose your drive in the left hand window and the on the right hand side click on erase. Choose your volume format and name and then erase. Hope this helps.
Posted on Nov 17, 2009
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Could be read only because Mac cannot write to NTFS formatted drives without installing a driver. The driver is not made by apple but is used with popular distros of Linux like Ubuntu. You can download and install it for your mac from www.ntfs-3g.org I have personally used that ntfs driver since beginning of 2009 and have had no problems. Option 2 would be to format it to a different format, the most universal format is FAT32, it has once limitation, you cannot store a single file bigger than 2Gb.
Posted on Nov 18, 2009
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