Paragon NTFS for Mac V10 for Seagate/Samsung Owners - FREE
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Paragon NTFS for Mac V10 for Seagate/Samsung Owners - FREE

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Found 22nd Nov 2012
This is a genuine licence for owners of Seagate/Samsung Hard Disks.

Happy Thanksgiving.

We are greeting all Seagate drive owners and offering latest version of Paragon NTFS for Mac!


Latest 10th version of Paragon NTFS for Mac OS X for Seagate drives* is the only NTFS driver on the market that provides full read/write access to NTFS with the same high speed as native HFS+ files.


Simply fill the form and take your free copy now!

Follow the steps:

1 - Fill the form below to activate your product license.

2 - Get your product by email and break down barriers between Windows and Mac OS-s!


Software is for Mac OS. Requires a Seagate/Samsung Hard Disk to work.


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done

and thanks!

i think my 27" imac has a WD Black so im not sure if it will work
yus786

done :)and thanks!i think my 27" imac has a WD Black so im not sure if it … done :)and thanks!i think my 27" imac has a WD Black so im not sure if it will work



Licensing of NTFS for Mac OS X 10 version is limited to Seagate drives only and is not suitable for any other HDD-s produced by any HDDs manufacturers.
Anyone know if this works with Samsung SSD's?
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The_SpinDoctor

Anyone know if this works with Samsung SSD's?


I should work with Samsung HDDs (Mechanical Samsung HDDs are now mostly rebadged Seagate Momentus drives), but Samsung SSD are still part of Samsung so I doubt it. I do have a macbook with a Samsung 830 in it, I'll give it a go and let you know. Haven't time today to check though.
Edited by: "tightar5e" 25th Nov 2012
tightar5e

I should work with Samsung HDDs (Mechanical Samsung HDDs are now mostly … I should work with Samsung HDDs (Mechanical Samsung HDDs are now mostly rebadged Seagate Momentus drives), but Samsung SSD are still part of Samsung so I doubt it. I do have a macbook with a Samsung 830 in it, I'll give it a go and let you know. Haven't time today to check though.



Awesome, thank you very much! I have an 830 turning up in the post this week, and so I was wondering if it was worth installing at all
What would I need his for? Have an imac with seagate internal hdd, also have seagate external hdd.
It works regardless of the HDD brand. It's only the licensing you'd be in breach of, nothing technically to stop it working.
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Anyone having faults/problems with Samsung/Seagate drives check out this thread
hotukdeals.com/dea…e=2

Seagate seems to be getting picky about exchanging faulty Samsung HDD's under the inherited 3 Year Warranties, that they now have to fulfill, when they took them over.
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