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Yeah, right out of the box it's not Mac ready, but the solution is real easy ( I am so far from being tech savvy do I can attest to this! ), under applications, you go to Utilities and open up Disk Utility. With the drive plugged in, select it and go to the Erase tab and there should be a drop down menu with Format. Se… see more Yeah, right out of the box it's not Mac ready, but the solution is real easy ( I am so far from being tech savvy do I can attest to this! ), under applications, you go to Utilities and open up Disk Utility. With the drive plugged in, select it and go to the Erase tab and there should be a drop down menu with Format. Select Mac OS and click erase and after that's done, the drive should be formatted for Mac and you can save to your heart's content. =] see less Yeah, right out of the box it's not Mac ready, but the solution is real easy ( I am so far from being tech savvy do I can attest to this! ), under applications, you go to Utilities and open up Disk Utility. With the drive plugged in, select it and go to the Erase tab and there should be a drop down menu with Format. Select Mac OS and click erase and after that's done, the drive should be formatted for Mac and you can save to your heart's content. =]
J.Yvette Melero
· May 19, 2015
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Absolutely, it comes with a USB data transfer cable.
Ginger
· February 25, 2015
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Yes it does. It will work with Windows Computer.
frankyee
Seller · May 31, 2015
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Yes, I use mine between OS X, Windows 7/8.1 and Linux. It comes formatted for Windows and there was an app included with the drive (Tuxera NTFS) you install into OS X.
Reu
· October 12, 2015
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Yes it does
Ernest Smith
· July 1, 2015
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Hi, Sorry, this is NOT a Solid State Drive. From the Toshiba website you will find this: Speed: 5,400 RPM. Clearly Not an SSD. And that info is for this exact model, the HDTB310XK3AA. b.
Leclaw42
· April 5, 2015
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Yes it works with Windows XP, Windows Vista and Windows 7.
Martha C. Irwin
· April 29, 2015
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I haven't had an issue ever since I plugged it in. It's easy and quick set up.
Frisley Juarez
· June 17, 2015
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Depends on how the hard drives are formatted, but in general yes although I wouldn't recommend doing it with this hard drive. It's very unstable...
Lee Field
· May 9, 2015
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This product is not designed to come apart. You won't come into contact with any lead unless you break it up and ingest it.
If it breaks, recycle it.

A. Laflamme
· July 2, 2015