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I have Macbook Pro hard driven (taken out of 2011 MBP). I have the enclosure and is interface with Windows Laptop. I am recovering data and the hard drive is ok. But I can only access Windows partition on that drive. Is there anyway I can access Mac OS-X files and copy them to Windows. I have Windows 7 and XP (dual boot) on my laptop.

As far as I know, I think I can't, unless there is a software for it.

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You need to install drivers/software that can understand Mac file systems (defaulting to HFS). There are a couple for Windows:

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Thanks! MacDrive trial version did it for me. – Dave Oct 26 '11 at 3:27

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