With HDDRIVER you can exchange data between your Atari and a PC or Mac without any additional software. Memory cards are ideal media for this purpose, but other removable media and hard disk drives can also be used. Exchanging data between the Atari and other platforms has never been this easy! HDDRIVER can even handle the modern UEFI GUID partition tables (GPT).
The files included in the HDDRIVER distribution displayed on a Windows PC. The medium is a memory card with four TOS/Windows-compatible partitions created with HDDRUTIL on the Atari. Note that Windows has limitations regarding removable media: Only the first partition is detected, all others are ignored.
With a non-removable medium (hard disk) Windows supports several partitions per drive, like in this case two TOS/Windows-compatible FAT32 partitions, which were created with HDDRUTIL. In order to use FAT32 partitions with the Atari MagiC or MiNT have to be installed.
The same memory card as in the first example on a Mac. In contrast to Windows, with macOS just like with TOS all partitions on a removable medium are accessible.
There are several ways to exchange data with Linux systems. With most Linux distributions Atari partitions can be mounted directly, so that no special partitioning is required. The mtools software package can also be used to access Atari-compatible partitions. Note that the Linux kernel may impose restrictions on the maximum logical sector size of a TOS partition.