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    Hey guys. I have an external and an internal that I need to reformat. Half of my internal will be for OS X, other half for current Windows install. External I need for OS X installer. It currently has Ubuntu on it, so it's formatted for that. I'll just format over it.

    For some reason, the method on how to do this from XP is escaping me, even though I've done formatting quite a bit. Just never been this complex, I suppose.

    So can I format half the internal and the entire external for Mac from XP?



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    You can format as Fat32 in XP then Extended Journaled in OSX Installation
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