I have a MacBook Pro late 2011 with Thunderbolt booted into Target Disk Mode, as well as a Gigabyte motherboard model number GA-Z77X-UP4 TH running Windows 7. The MBP has two internal disks formatted for Mac OS X. The two are connected via a Thunderbolt cable - not a displayport cable (though I did try that).
I am trying to access the internal disks' partitions of the MBP from Windows Explorer, though currently they do not show up.
Things I have already done:
- Installed drivers on the Windows side (MacDrive 9)
- Installed the chipset drivers from the Gigabyte product site
- Intel IME
- Intel IMF
- Procured an Apple Thunderbolt cable
- Formatted a portion of one of the two internal disks in FAT and NTFS
Does anyone have any suggestions on what to do next?