Many Mac users know that NTFS drive is read-only on Mac. Because NTFS drive is mounted as read-only mode on Mac. It's terrible for a Mac user who want to write something in a NTFS drive. And the worst thing is that NTFS drive even can't be mounted and recognized on Mac sometimes.
This may happen to us. And it truly happened to my friend. He has a 320GB NTFS-formatted external hard drive that works fine on his crappy Windows laptop. But when he pluged the NTFS hard drive and connected it to his new MacBook that he had purchased to replace the old PC, it didn't work. The NTFS drive didn't mount on his MacBook but could be seen under disk utilities. Of cuarse, he couldn't read that NTFS drive, let alone write to that NTFS drive.
So, what will you do if you face with this situation, and what will you do if you want to write NTFS drive after it can be mounted and read successfully? My suggestion for my friend and Mac users who want to read&write to NTFS drive on Mac is to use proffessional Mac tool that helps to mount NTFS drive on Mac as a regular drive with read-write mode. iBoysoft Drive Manager is highly recommended to mount NTFS drive and write NTFS drive on Mac.
iBoysoft Drive Manager is a handy Mac tool which allows us to manage external drives and network drives fast and intuitively from the menu bar easily. With this drive management software, you can mount, unmount, eject volumes with only one click. Mounting NTFS drive in Mac OS X as write-read mode is a piece of cake.
iBoysoft Drive Manager supports macOS 10.14 Mojave/10.13 High Sierra/10.12 Sierra and Mac OS X 10.11 (El Capitan), 10.10 (Yosemite), 10.9 (Mavericks), 10.8 (Mountain Lion), 10.7 (Lion) and external hard drive, USB flash drive, SD card, CF card, MicroSD, SDHC, memory card, memory stick, etc.
How to mount NTFS drive with iBoysoft Drive Manager?
Don't worry about that you don't know how to mount NTFS drive as read-write mode in Mac systems with iBoysoft Drive Manager. Here are steps.
Step 1: Download iBoysoft Drive Manager.
Step 2: Install iBoysoft Drive Manager in your Mac.
Step 3: Connect NTFS drive to your Mac.
iBoysoft Drive Manager will mount your NTFS drive in Mac OS X automatically. After getting notified that your NTFS drive is mounted successfully, you can read, write and manage it as you want.
To enable write to NTFS software on macOS High Sierra 10.13, please refer to How to write NTFS drive in macOS High Sierra 10.13?.
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