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How to PC-format and access a MAC SCSI-HD?

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When working with my pc-card I would like to use a pc formatted macpartition as a pc hd(not a drivefile). BUT, how do I get the decided
mac-partition to be PCformatted??
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by:re
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As far as I know there is a product to buy, which can do that. Its name is "Formatter Five". Just look at "http://www.softarch.com/us/products.services/spec.sheets/FormatterFive.ss.html". There is product information about it.
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Use dosmounter95
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The most reliable way is to backup your mac files.  You can then use your Macintosh utilities disk to re-format your drive.  If you choose to add a partition, it offers you the option of making the partition either Mac, dos or pro-dos format.
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