You may encounter mounting issues with driver operability on Windows 10 (system asks to format the inserted HFS+ drive).
Despite the facts, that directly connected drive has Master Boot Record partitioning scheme (if it is a USB stick), does not contain Core Storage solution, and the product has been activated.
This may happen due to the recent Microsoft Windows 10 driver policy.
In this case you should:
- Uninstall HFS+ for Windows (Press Win+X -> Programs and Features -> HFS+ for Windows -> Uninstall);
- Reboot your PC;
- Proceed to the official Microsoft KB, where you can find detailed instructions on Secure Boot disabling;
- Then install HFS+ for Windows once again;
- Perform a final reboot.
After these operations, Secure Boot will be disabled and HFS+ driver should work properly.
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