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Apple-Mac 'Leopard' operating system and my T3

I have already installed my T3 on my PC a few years ago.  Now I have to work with both a PC and an Apple Mac I have problems.
The disk supplied with the T3 to install it on a Mac went OK.  It booted-up with a Date Sheet to work on but would not accept a 'synchronize' from my T3.  Can this be due to an upgrade being needed to recognize the Mac's operating system ?
Can I eventually use the T3 with both the Mac and the PC?
Cannot find "Documents to Go' after I installed the T3 on the Mac.  Does the T3 work differently to when it is installed on a PC?
Many Thanks,
Derek H Roberts

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