Published on 13th July 2004 by
If the drive is formatted in NTFS it will only be readable on the Mac.
Nothing is simple in Linux
Originally Posted by BindibadgiSo its basically the "metal gear box" i have here but with blue lights? The only problem with them is the heat generated and isolating the vibration is a bit hard.
I use one between lappy and main pc (mostly lappy for extra space) and it works really well on usb2, dont even consider using it on usb1 cause its sooooooo damn slooooooow.
Originally Posted by Boon:|
Originally Posted by RotoSequenceMight I ask why you had this review on the site at the top of the page all day, yet waited until NOW to post the site link? :|
Originally Posted by FlyMac OS X cannot write to NTFS partitions, it can only read from them.
The major bottleneck in this unit is of course the USB 2.0 connection, with a theoretical maximum throughput of 480Mbps the ATA interface is certainly going to be doing the waiting (ATA66 running at 66MBps).
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