No worries. You can solve the problem by enabling read-write access to NTFS-formatted drives and flash memories.
Windows uses the NTFS hard drive format for its hard drives. Mac OS X can read files on NTFS hard drives, but it can’t write files to them, which is a glaring omission. Attempting to drag a file into an NTFS drive in Mac OS X will only result in your mouse cursor turning into an error sign. Since most Hackintoshes dual-boot Windows and Mac OS X, being unable to share files between hard drives can lead to problems with file management. Fortunately, you can enable NTFS writing on Mac OS X with relatively little trouble. Read past the break for more