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Transferring video files from a drive with Mac files to a PC.

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I have an external drive that works perfectly. I have some MAC video files on it but I can't get my PC (Windows XP) or my laptop (Windows 7) to see them. Is there some software I can use?
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by:achaldave
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by:Carlisle_Agent
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Quicktime is a Mac video app. Your'e going to have to download it from the website: http://www.apple.com/quicktime/download/
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by:Merete
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What format is the video?
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The video clips Quicktime video clips. I couldn't figure it out so I bought a new external hard drive and had the files re-transferred to it. That was the only way I could solve the problem.
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by:Merete
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Thanks for the headsup, so was there a problem with the "other"drive  or just wrong format such as fat not ntfs?
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by:spinsouth
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Thanks, Merte. Wasn't sure how to close this since it wasn't actually solved. I still don't know about the other drive. I've sent it off to an expert and am waiting to hear back. Thank you for the assistance!
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by:spinsouth
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The problem wasn't solved and I had to get a new drive to finish this particular project.
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