Type the link manually gets to the correct place! However, theres a message that popped up saying the mount wasn't completely done, and I had two options either force or abort. I chose force, and everything was fine, but I'm worried if it might delete files in the future? I tried plugging in another external hard drive and the message didn't appear again. Thanks for the update, I actually haven't tried repeating these steps with El Capitan yet so this is really helpful.
I'm sure there will be more comments. Please help me fix this issue or let me know how to uninstall this. So I could get access to my files. Because the messages implies you didn't though I could be wrong. I've just converted from an iMac to a Macbook My external hard drive works on the iMac, but is read only on the Macbook. Do you know why this is and how I can fix it? Just seeing this now for some reason, sorry about that. Did you get everything working? It might be a permissions error but it's hard to troubleshoot without being able to actually test things out. Dear Justin Pot, I'm personally amazed with your detailed solution here.
Tons of gratitude would not be enough to say. Thank you very much, it works on my Macbook with OS Yosemite. Keep going on with any other solution Sir. Thanks for stopping by and reading the article! It means a lot to us, check out MakeUseOf. This is one real super nice blog to fix the related problems This help me a lot Thank you so much This worked beautifully.
I use Yosemite OS X Did NOT want to reformat my hard drive, and this installation took maybe 10 mins. Thank you! Glad to hear it's still working for Yosemite, I haven't tested this in a while. Thanks for leaving a comment! You the real MVP.
Thanks for the article. If you already have a working filesystem, and you get the read only situation i. I had all my user directories on the second drive first partition and my workspace on the same drive in a second partition - both were showing as read only huge hint. I read this, tried it, and guess what Reminding you that you still need to backup invaluable data or at least have it on box.
I'm sorry my article wasn't the help you were looking for, but I'm glad you figured it out! We take cables for granted, it's often the last thing we'll think of. Bought Paragon, installed, finally read users manual that admitted that Paragon does not work with Yosemite. One way around it is to create a symbolic link or a shortcut on your Desktop. A shortcut should now appear on your desktop for more convenient access to your write enabled external drive. You're right Justin. My mistake. I had a few tutorials open and posted to wrong one. Feel free to delete my entry.
I had a few tutorials open and I posted to the wrong one. Feel free to delete my post. Mine is OS X Mavericks v Thanks so much! I'm glad it worked for you!
I'll have to check and see if it works for Yosemite or not at some point Although I still get the warnings when mounting, installing the ntfs-3g plus its 3 dependencies did the trick on mavericks. Thanks very much! Open your Mac's System Preferences, then click Security. Good luck! However, I have a small problem. Though I can freely read and write on my external hard drive, I can't make other changes to it, such as renaming it. When I click on "Get Info" of the hard drive, it shows that I have custom access. Is there a way that I can change my status to administrator so that I can rename my hard drive?
I have to say: I've no idea. Are there other changes you're trying to make, or is it just the name thing?