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As we know Hackintosh is not simple it needs more efforts to install and troubleshoot with it but what if something went wrong in the installation or after the successful post installation of MAC OS X (most likely GRAPHICS kext and SOUND kext) and or the system is not booting up after installing a particular Kext,In this critical situation this guide will surely help you out but as you know Mac OS X does not support writing to Microsoft Windows formatted NTFS volumes out-of-the box. and similarly we can not access the HFS+ volume or partition on windows as well intact HFS+ volume or partition is hidden on it.On this tutorial we will show you to have Full Access NTFS in Mac and HFS in Windows.
How to get Full Access NTFS in Mac and HFS in Windows
Access NTFS partition on MAC OS X platform
Basically Mac OS X Supports or it allow Writing function on HFS and FAT 32 file system but NTFS is just readable this guide allow you to have writing ability on NTFS drive on Mac OS X
To get full access With Read/Write on NTFS partition please do the following
- Just download and install Tuxera NTFS in MAC
- After restart, You will access your Windows Partition with Reading and writing
Access HFS+ partition on Windows platform
Basically Windows Operating System Supports or it allow Writing ability on NTFS and FAT 32 file system drives but HFS partition is just Hidden this guide allow you to have writing ability on HFS drive on Windows Operating System
- Just boot to windows.
- Install the MAC DRIVE or Paragon HFS+ software in Windows.
- Reboot To Windows Again but this time you will see your MAC partition in Windows Explorer.
If you are unable to boot your Hackintosh, then browse to the extensions folder in MAC (HFS+) partition which is basically
Mac drive/System/Library/Extensions and Mac drive/Extra/Extensions
Search for the problematic KEXT which causes you trouble and simply delete them.and reboot to MAC
Note:-This is a TESTED guide for both Hackintosh and Macintosh user who use Windows and MAC simultaneously