I've been scouring the web to install my pirated(;D) copy of Napoleon - Total War onto my external hard drive by Western Digital formatted into HFS Journaled (HFSJ) Now yes, I know WD is horrible, but that's not the problem. I dual-boot Windows 7 and OS X on my Mac (No flame wars, please) to run Windows games, as we all know- nobody cares to develop for Macs. I've installed many many Windows games onto my external FireWire hard drive, and ran them all off. Now, this is the first game that can only be installed onto a NTFS formatted volume because the game contains files larger than 4GB. I can't reformat my external because it has over 700GB worth of files, and my Mac's HD only has a maximum capacity of 320GB. It's pretty bad, I know. It's risky formatting without erasing data, and I can't even back up the files. I know for a fact HFS and every variation of it supports files over 4GB, so it should work. Questions: Is there a way to install this game onto something not NTFS? I don't have experience with reverse engineering, so I can't extract the files myself, and my Bootcamp partition is only 30GB, with only about 17GB free. Also, as a workaround, I would clear out more of my internal NTFS partition and install it, only to copy it onto the HFSJ volume. Is there a way to temporarily compress Windows 7 (32-bit, if it matters.)? I've deleted all my programs and games on the partition, but I still can't get those extra 3GB free. Thanks in advance.