Read Mac-formatted hard drives on Windows

HFSExplorer is a free application that can read Mac-formatted hard disks and disk images. It can read the file systems HFS (Mac OS Standard), HFS+ (Mac OS Extended) and HFSX (Mac OS Extended with case sensitive file names).

HFSExplorer allows you to browse your Mac volumes with a graphical file system browser, extract files (copy to hard disk), view detailed information about the volume and create disk images from the volume. HFSExplorer can also read most .dmg disk images created on a Mac, including zlib / bzip2 compressed images and AES-128 encrypted images. It supports the partition schemes Master Boot Record, GUID Partition Table and Apple Partition Map natively.

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6 Responses to Read Mac-formatted hard drives on Windows

  1. macdet says:

    Thx for the tipps.

    Now I can help my win-friends :)

  2. Fird says:

    Thanks for the tip

    gets very annoying when I tried to access my data during boot camp. This solves it!

  3. Great, I’ll try it A.S.A.P.

  4. Jon says:

    OLD MAC laptop reads the disk fine
    Your program CAN’T find it .
    Where can I get a program that WILL read the drive????

  5. dirk bruere says:

    XP cannot see the USB HDD, except in device manager.
    Your prog cannot find it either

  6. Carl says:

    I just install HFSExplorer into my Vista but still can’t read my Mac part of harddisk

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