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Want to use one external drive for both your Windows PC and your Mac? One hurdle you'll face is that, by default, these platforms use different. You can format a hard drive or USB flash disk specifically so that it will be compatible with both Mac OS X and Windows PC computers. Though.
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Select the one shown below. Learn more about the differences between these file systems from this thread. You can also check to see if the format was successful. Now your external drive has been formatted to be fully compatible with Apple MacOS, and you can edit, read, and write files to it as you want. Open the Disk Utility app and highlight your external hard drive.
If you select the one below it, the Partition option will be greyed out and become unclickable. Located on the left is a big blue circle with the name of your external drive together with its volume size. Then allocate the desired volume to each partition. You can do that by clicking the small white circle and dragging it around.
To check whether the operation is really successful, go to your Mac desktop. You should see multiple disk icons show up. I chose to create two partitions on my Seagate Expansion — one for backup, the other for personal use. That wraps up this tutorial article. I hope you find it helpful. As always, let me know if you have any issues during the formatting or partitioning process.
I can follow this to the letter until the partition section. I have a Seagate 1 TB external hard drive, but have already backed up my Mac once, so the Partition button is always grayed out.