The HFS (Hierarchical File System) is an Apple specific file system format. **HFS+** is the current standard for Mac OS X and is also referred to as **Mac OS Extended** format. HFS, HFS+, HFSJ, HFSX are all included with the HFS tag here.

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Something appears to be corrupting my kernel.log file, causing 5-10 second lock ups. What gives?

The Problem: Lately, every 10 minutes or so, my MacbookPro8,2 has been freezing up for 5-10 seconds. During those 5-10 seconds, video/audio content stops playing, all applications lock up, and hitting ...
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What kind of partition should I use for a shared network drive used mostly un Mac?

I have a 2TB external USB drive that I'm using to share things in my home network. Now the drive is connected to my Mac Mini, that is supposed to act like a file server. Currently the drive is ...
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Unable to mount DMG - appearing as a folder

I downloaded a DMG in multiple parts, split into .dmg.001, .dmg.002 etc. I "uncompressed" the first file (just double-clicked and a single folder .dmg got created) The dmg is of the right size (690 ...
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Floppy disk became unreadable after initializing it in an old Mac

I'm trying to pass some files from a MacBook Pro with Snow Leopard to an old LC 630 with an HD floppy drive and a CD optical reader. As Snow Leopard cannot burn a CD with the HFS (Mac OS Standard) ...