HFS+ 8 & Bootcamp 3.2

Discussion in 'HFS for Windows' started by ryanhaver, Dec 21, 2010.

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  1. ryanhaver
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    HFS+ 8.0 for Windows does not work well in conjunction with Apple's Bootcamp 3.2 64bit update. I haven't tried the 32bit Bootcamp drivers yet.

    When updating to Bootcamp 3.2 it breaks the HFS+ 8.0 for windows drivers integration. And overwrites those drivers, only allowing read only access to all HFS+ Formatted drives. Only reinstalling HFS+ 8.0 fixes the issue, but in turn it breaks the Bootcamp driver integration.

    It's one infinite loop. Has anyone else had these types of issues? o_O

    Thank you in advance.
  2. sinoue
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    sinoue Registered Member

    Did you ever figure out a solution? I'm thinking about getting HFS+8 but want to avoid your issues!
  3. Mech_An
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    Mech_An Registered Member

    @ryanhaver

    Could you please provide description of what happens when re-installation of HFS+ driver breaks Bootcamp drivers integration?

    There is known situation when after HFS+ drive installation Bootcamp pref panel doesn't allow to boot into Mac from Windows.
    As an alternative you can use ALT button on restart to choose what to start: MacOS or Windows.

    If there are any other issues please describe them here in details.

    Anyway, I would recommend you to contact Paragon Support team (https://www.paragon-software.com/my-account/support/sendRequest.htm) and inform them about encountered issues.
    If there will be any service builds with bug fixing or workarounds they will provide it to you.
  4. donnyL
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    donnyL Registered Member

    Did anything get resolved with this? I can't even get windows to boot at all after the Boot Camp update. I've tried several things with no luck.
  5. Mech_An
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    Mech_An Registered Member

    Could you please specify what happened?
    Detailed step-by-step description will be very helpful.
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