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32 33 Sharing Data with a Mac Presumably, you've gone through all this trouble of getting your Mac to act like a Windows machine because there's some piece of Windows software that you need to use to generate some kind of data that you can't generate on your Mac. This means that at some point, you'll need to move data back and forth between your Boot Campenabled Mac and a Mac OS X Mac, or even between the Windows and Mac partitions of your Boot Camp machine. There are many ways that you can share data between your new Windows Mac and its better half or with another Mac on your local area network.

4. Select Show Windows Files, and click OK. Dual-format CDs should show up as normal Windows discs. Backing Up Your Windows System Data backup is an essential procedure for any computer user on any operating system. Many Windows users, though, will tell you that with Windows, you not only need to back up your data but also the OS itself. Very often, Windows will become corrupted or so virus laden that only a complete reinstallation of the operating system will get it back to normal. Any number of Windows applications will back up your system, but with Boot Camp, there's an easier way to archive an exact copy of your Windows hard drive: Let your Mac do it for you.

Open the mounted image file. 8. Press Command-A to select all the files in the image. 9. Drag the selection to your Windows partition to commence copying. 10. When the copy is finished, reboot into Windows. Your system should appear exactly as it did when you made the image file. In addition to restoring your system to exactly the state that it was in when you made the disc image, you'll find that this technique is substantially faster than reformatting the partition and running the Windows installer again.

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