Time machine

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  1. chec

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    im planning to use time machine to back up my files pag napalitan ko na yung hdd ng MB ko....thinking of getting a 1tb mybook for this, i just have one question, can i partition the drive into 2 (GUID for time machine & NTFS for other storage), well actually i know this is possible but the other half would be in FAT format....but i'd prefer NTFS for my windows back ups...what is the best way to do this? thanks!
     
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    Should be easy really. Simply hook up your MyBook to your Windoze PC and format the proper partition (make sure it's the right one) to NTFS.

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