Windows 7 and HFS+ (Mac OS X extended File System) [SOLVED] For anyone who may have stumbled upon this: I solved this and directions for accessing HFS+ partitions using MacDrive are posted at the bottom of the next post. I'm not quite sure where to put this, so please do move it to a more appropriate forum, mods. I've been using OS X for the last 6 months, and as such I've been using hard drives formatted as HFS+. Unfortunately, Windows hasn't ever had native HFS+ support and that hasn't changed in Win7. For Vista and XP there are programs which allow you to access HFS+ partitions and drives as though they were native Windows FAT or NTFS drives. Unfortunately, MacDrive doesn't seem to work for Win7, and I'd really like integrated access as I could have in Vista and XP. Yes, HFSExplorer works and I can extract files, but all of my music, movies, documents, etc. are on the HFS+ partitions and I would like native access so I can include them in libraries. I could also format one partition as FAT32 or NTFS and use that as a bridge between the two OSes, but this isn't optimal and I'd rather not as it'd be a fuss transferring files over during the conversion. tl;dr: Win7 HFS+ halp?