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not bale to view content inside storgae which is mac format

by VRIDC / August 16, 2013 10:46 PM PDT

We have G speed Q/D2 Quadra lacie make storage , It has USB,Esata and Fire wire 400/800 ports 9 pin.

We are trying to connect this storage using high speed USB to our server windows 2008 std , It shows connected successfully but not showing drive or data in my computer or in Disk management only showing in device and printer as G speed Q device. This storage is Mac formatted so i download mac drive/HFS Explorer and Transmac software so that i can view them from windows, in mac drive or HFS it doesn't shows only . but in trans mac it shows as External Raid USB stick and when i double click it to open and see the content it says "no hfs volumes found on the disk" and if i tried to save HFS image it says "drive is not ready"

I tried above things connecting windows 7 machine also but same problem.

can any one help me with this problem???

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For this one I see 2 choices.
by R. Proffitt Forum moderator / August 17, 2013 1:02 AM PDT

Contact the support for the software you listed.

Put it back on the Apple and copy it to compatible media.
Bob

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not bale to view content inside storgae which is mac format
by VRIDC / August 17, 2013 3:01 PM PDT

thanks BOB ,
Any other chances to resolve this

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Yes. One more.
by R. Proffitt Forum moderator / August 18, 2013 1:24 AM PDT

Put the drive on the Apple and share its files.

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