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Sentinel HASP HL
User Guide - Flash Partitioning Utility
Most of us who answer regularly on this web site know very little about MAC computers, including myself.
I do know this....
If your MAC OS version is 5.8 rather than Mac OS X v10.5.8
You've got an OLD MAC OS version.
Newer MAC OS versions can read FAT, FAT32, and NTFS (software file system organized) partitions that come on the flash drives, pre-packaged external hard drives, and memory cards when you buy them, the same as Windows 2000 and up can.
(Win 95 OSR2 and up for FAT and FAT32 partitions.)
If you manage to prepare the flash drive so that your OLD MAC OS can use it, it may NOT be possible for other computers to read it unless they also have a MAC OS version, or possibly unless they have an OLD MAC OS version.
Windows versions previous to Win ME (officially released late in 1999) have NO built in support for recognizing USB flash drives. For Win 98, and 98SE (officially released in mid 1999) only, you can sometimes install flash drive brand name specific drivers, or in any case, generic drivers, for that.
That may also apply to your OLD MAC OS. 0
If your version is Mac OS X v10.5.8, or in any case,
USB devices may not be detected correctly when they're not plugged into USB ports built into the computer, and in some cases they may not be detected correctly when they're plugged into USB ports on the front of a desktop case.
Troubleshooting USB device problems including for flash drives, external drives, external memory card readers.
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