When some customers use our Dock or Hub, they plug in an external hard drive but it can only be read but not written. Please solve it this way.
By default, MacOS only allows for reading from NTFS-formatted drives, but with the installation of Paragon NTFS software, users can easily enable writing to these drives. This technical document will guide users through the process of installing and using Paragon NTFS to write to NTFS-formatted external hard drives on MacOS.
Installing Paragon NTFS
To begin, users should visit the official Paragon NTFS website
and download the software. The installation process is straightforward and intuitive, with a simple installation wizard guiding users through the necessary steps. Once installed, Paragon NTFS seamlessly integrates with the MacOS system, enabling full read and write access to NTFS-formatted drives.
Enabling Write Access to NTFS-Formatted Drives
After installing Paragon NTFS, users can immediately begin writing to their NTFS-formatted external hard drives. The software provides a seamless experience, allowing users to interact with their NTFS-formatted drives as they would with any other storage device on MacOS. This includes the ability to create, edit, and delete files and folders on the NTFS-formatted drive directly from the MacOS interface.
Compatibility and Performance
Paragon NTFS ensures compatibility and performance when writing to NTFS-formatted drives on MacOS. Users can expect reliable and efficient operation, with support for large file sizes and seamless integration with MacOS file management tools. The software is designed to deliver a seamless user experience, ensuring that NTFS-formatted drives can be fully utilized on MacOS systems without any limitations.