WD Mybook Tags: Hard Drives Macintosh Wd Mybook Storage Last response: May 13, 2012 3:48 PM in Storage Share Mdsmalley May 12, 2012 10:19:32 PM I just added a time capsule to the Mac. Now I would like to take the My Book and use it to back up the Vista machine. How do I change it from Mac to Pc? More about : mybook RealBeast a c 325 G Storage May 13, 2012 3:48:37 PM Reformat the My Book on your Mac to FAT32, here is a guide: http://sites.duke.edu/oit-mps/2010/11/10/pc-to-mac-exte... If you only want to use it on the PC you can format it on the PC to NTFS after it is readable in FAT32. Then the PC can read and write and the Mac can read only. And i would not trust my only back up to a My Book or any other single drive if the information is important. m 0 l Can't find your answer ? Ask ! Publish Related resources SolvedWD MyBook Essential not accessible anymore Forum SolvedWD MyBook 1130 does not show up in My Computer Forum SolvedWD MyBook 1TB cant copy or opening from my PC but the whole folder still readable Forum SolvedWD MyBook 1T external drive- how do i remove the case so i can get at the usb port? Forum Solvedmy wd mybook essential Forum SolvedPlease help! WD MyBook 3TB suddenly says "Not Initialized"! Forum SolvedHard Drive From External WD MyBook Doesn't Work Forum WD MYBOOK FOR MAC format for Windows 8.1 Forum SolvedReuse hard drive removed from WD MyBook Essentials??? Forum WD MYBOOK FOR MAC format for Windows 8.1 Forum SolvedWD2TB Mybook essential crashed Forum SolvedWD MyBook Essential USB 3.0 Problem Forum SolvedWD MyBook 2TB USB 3.0 Bad Sectors Forum SolvedWD Mybook Essential causing huge RAM usage spike.... Forum Moving 2 Mybook 3tb WD 1140 MyBooks to Internal Forum WD 2TB Mybook removal and installation into destop Forum WD MyBook After enter wrong password formatted Forum Are all WD MyBook Essentials hardware encrypted? Forum Can you swap the HDD on WD MyBook Essentials? Forum 1TB WD Mybook Essential USB 3.0 shows 500GB after format Forum More resources Read discussions in other Storage categories Hard Drives DVD Drives DVD Writers Optical Media Flash Media NAS/RAID SSD Western Digital !