Anonymous - 2012-07-10

Hi, I have an external 1TB drive that was always used with a Mac (don't know anything more). I have the drive now, and I've installed Ext2fsd on a Win 7 64-bit, mounted the drive, restarted, removed and deassigned a drive letter, etc.

The drive shows like this on the Volume Manager:

Vol. | Type | File system | Total size | Used size | Codepage | Physical object
(K:) | Basic | RAW | 930GB | 930GB | (blank) | \Device\HarddiskVolume8

When I see it on My Computer, double click it, it requests that I format it. When I click Cancel, give me another window:

K:\ is not accessible.
The volume does not contain a recognized file system.
Please make sure that all required file system drivers are loaded and that the volume is not corrupted.

When I try to the Change Partition Type, it shows AF. I noticed that I can't find any information on the partition types, where can I get more info about this? I didn't want to modify there, since I can't risk loosing the info on the drive is I mess up the partition table or similar.

Any help with this greatly appreciated.