Phoenix Elite wrote:Just go ahead and tell me I'm wrong. You'll soon find out that I am indeed right. Just try and put in a Mac formatted disk into a pc running windows. It will ask you to format it because it does not recognize the Mac format. Now, I'm not saying you couldn't go and buy software to make windows see these formats, the point is that you don't have to do that on a Mac -- they already know how to deal with these formats! What's more, is that Macs can also write in the MS-DOS format too.
You really are a moron, aren't you?
I was not disputing the fact that Mac can run Windows, or that they can read Windows formatted disks, &c. In fact, I happen to own a MacBook Air which runs XP quite nicely, and have been using Windows formatted disks with my Macs since at least 1999 (before that, I was using machines with Motorola 680x0 chips running System 6 or 7, which had a hard time with DOS formatted disks, though sometimes they could be made to work). In fact, there is some probability that I have been using Macs longer than you have been alive. Thus, I am very much aware of what Macs can and cannot do (I am also pretty aware of what Windows can and cannot do).
You quoted a post which admonished another poster for (a) bumping an old topic and (b) trying to start a Mac vs PC flame war. Your post both bumped a topic that had been dead for seven months, and attempted to incite that same flame war.
The fact that you didn't even notice this shows that you lack basic reading comprehension skills. Your response to my post further confirms that. In short, you are an idiot.