- A user of an Intel Mac running Windows with Boot Camp in need of accessing the files on the Mac OS X hard drive.
- 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 / .sparsebundle files.
The developer of HFSExplorer 0.23 with keygen has created this tools that he basically offers as freeware. It is a useful application for viewing and extracting files from an HFS+ volume (Mac OS Extended) or an HFSX volume (Mac OS Extended, Case-sensitive) that are located on a physical drive, on an image of a .dmg disk, or in a raw file system dump. The browser program Catacombae HFSExplorer 0.23 license code is compatible with Windows. The best thing about this program is that the developer openly requests input from users and so stands in the unique position to have very current, very functional software.
HFSExplorer 0.23 cracked gives you the ability to browse Mac volumes with a graphical file system browser, extract files (copy to hard disk), view detailed information about the volume and create disk images from the volume. HFSExplorer 0.23.1 pin can also read most .dmg / .sparsebundle disk images created on a Mac, including zlib / bzip2 compressed images and AES-128 / AES-256 encrypted images. It supports the partition schemes Master Boot Record, GUID Partition Table and Apple Partition Map natively.
- Tested on x64 XP and Vista
- It works whereas others don’t.
- You can only extract files, but that’s all I need to do
- Just what I was looking for
- After trying 8 others, this is the only one that I found that would open a pass word protected MAC DMG on windows – with great ease. It’s free and very simple to use.
- You cannot write to the Mac partition while in Windows mode..
- You can see the Mac partition while in Windows mode..
- Jesus Christ! The only thing I could say that is wrong is that you cannot write to the Apple partition in Microsoft mode. For instance, I am using Microsoft Windows Vista Home Premium (french 32-bit edition). I can view/look at my Mac OS X 10.6.8 partition.. all the directories can be seen, “downloaded” through extraction, and the files extracted used. However, when it comes time to modify Mac OS X 10.6.8 files, I am not allowed to do so. I have to say that this might not be such a bad thing for security purposes. For instance, you do not want to accidentally delete your important files that you worked all year long on just because you are doing something as complicated as managing two operating system modes at the same time. I personally LIKE the limitation. However, that is cautious-me talking. (hehe) Well, another benefit is that the extraction process is extremely fast. I have not tried it on more than 14 or so files at a time, however, it has proven to take maybe less than two to three seconds. What more can I say than it is perfect for the Holidays like Christmas especially seeing it is free. Thank you to the creator. Hope you get enough donation to keep it free and keep afloat. Enjoy people.. hopefully 😉
Download HFSExplorer 0.23.1 Free Crack – A lightweight, yet powerful application that can seamlessly read and extract files from Mac-formatted hard disks and disk images HFSExplorer 0.23 full version with keygen download is an application that can read the file systems HFS (Mac OS Standard), HFS+ (Mac OS Extended), and HFSX (Mac OS Extended with case sensitive file names). HFSExplorer 0.23.1 registeration keys allows you to browse your Mac volumes with a graphical file system browser, extract files (copy to hard disk), view detailed information about the volume, and create disk images from the volume.
- Java 5.0 or greater
- Windows 8 32/64 bit, Windows 7, Windows Vista, Windows 8, Windows 2012, Windows 2008, Windows 2003, Windows XP, Windows 2000, Windows 10, Windows 98, Vista
- Language English, French, Polish, Chinese, Italian, German, Japanese, Spanish
- Homepage: www.catacombae.org
- Author Catacombae Software
- Last version 0.23.1
When I select the correct partition for it to recognize my hard drive, why does it come up saying “Can’t Find Handler for Partition Type”? In your video tutorial the same thing happens but there’s no explanation or if there is anything to do to fix that.
You encounter the message when you’re trying to open an unsupported partition. However, the users on the support form said that the application contains errors. You might need to use another application for this operation. You can browse the database of Software Informer to download other applications.
What’s new in last version:
Feature: New command line utility unhfs added which makes it possible to extract the contents of an HFS/HFS+/HFSX file system from the command line. Run unhfs.bat/unhfs.sh for instructions on how to use it.
Feature: Ability to view and extract the contents of resource forks built into the file information dialog (will only appear if there is resource fork data in the file).
Also available as an external program, Resource Viewer, which will appear on the start menu for Windows users, and can be accessed through the startup script
resview.bat/resview.sh for other users.
Feature: New File menu item "Load file system from path" added, enabling users to type the pathname to a device file or disk image instead of having to select it with the file chooser dialog.
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