Homepage: http://gamma.nic.fi/~lpesonen/HFVExplorer/ tot
Info: Mac-Medien unter Windows lesen und schreiben
Dl ist aber z.B bei Chip möglich:HFVExplorer is an HFS volume browser for Windows 9x and Windows NT4/5.
This project started some two years ago (fall 1996) as a read-only, Explorer like viewer and launch pad for ARDI Executor HFV volume files. Since then, the program has gradually evolved to do much more than that. Most people use it to transfer files between Macintosh HFS volumes and Windows VFAT or NTFS volumes. It can also read Mac CD's and 1.4MB floppies. 400k and 800k Mac floppies cannot me read, due to the limitations of PC floppy controller.
The program is tested under Windows 95 (release, service pack 1 and OSR2), Windows 98 release (without service packs), Windows NT 4.0 service pack 3, Windows NT 5.0 beta 1 and beta 2.
HFVExplorer is experimental freeware software.
HFVExplorer is distributed under the GNU general public license (GPL).
mit dem man ebenfalls auf Mac-Volumes zugreifen kann.
HP und DL: neu http://catacombae.org.preview.binero.se/
HFSExplorer is a useful application for extracting files from an HFS+ volume (Mac OS Extended) located either on a physical disk, on a .dmg disk image, or in a raw file.
Potential users are:
Users of Intel Macs running Windows XP with Boot Camp (primary usage scenario, as it's my own reason to develop the app).
Owners of HFS+-formatted iPods, that wish to access their content from within Windows or elsewhere (a user emailed me and verified that this works).
Users of PearPC or similar Mac emulation/virtualization software that wish to access the contents of their virtual hard disks (will only work if the disk image is stored in raw format, as in PearPC).
People that need to access the contents of HFS+-formatted .dmg files (conversion is no longer needed).