OS X can read NTFS formatted drive but not write to them. that means that you can copy anything you want off this drive but if you want to add or change any data on it you should either reformat the drive mac os extended (if you'll only use it with OS X), FAT (read+write by both os x and windows) or use extra software like macfuse and NTFS-3g which make NTFS drives writable from OS X.
if you don't plan to use the drive with windows I strongly recommend reformatting it mac os extended.
Hasleo NTFS for Mac is a free software primarily designed to help users full access to NTFS drives in Mac, with it you can mount, unmount, read and write NTFS drives easily, safely and seamlessly in macOS & OS X. To full access (mount, read and write) the BitLocker-encrypted drives in macOS & OS X, please go to Hasleo BitLocker Anywhere For Mac. Now you may not know, but modern MAC OS support NTFS volume (both read and write).
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Apr 11, 2009 4:50 PM