It appears to me that your NTFS driver is having issues with your updated macOS, Catalina. It's a common problem that users encounter with every major upgrade.
Try the following tips to resolve the issue:
① Update your Mac if a new release is available.
② Check if the NTFS driver you're using is compatible with your updated macOS.
➤ If it is, reinstall your NTFS driver.
➤ If it has been recently updated, install the update on your Mac.
➤ If it doesn't support your macOS, consider switching to a different NTFS driver that's compatible with macOS Catalina or downgrading your Mac to a version that supports your driver.
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3 Quick Ways to Solve Mac External Hard Drive Read Only