possible to access mac partition from boot camp?

Is it possible to access files on the mac partition when I boot directly into XP boot camp? As it stands, I can't see the files when I open the "my computer" window or "my network places" window. Thus, the only way I can access these files when using XP is to boot into XP using Parallels.  There are times, however, when I want to bypass OS X and boot directly into XP, but still need to access files on the Mac partition.
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You need a third party app, I recommend MacDrive.  I have used it with great success... http://www.mediafour.com/products/macdrive/

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myepiphanyAuthor Commented:
Will MacDrive conflict with Parallels?  And does MacDrive work with Leopard?
No, MacDrive shouldn't conflict with Parallels, and yes, it will work read Leopard partitions ... there is a trial on the website, should give you a good idea about how it works
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