How do I put CDs on an external hard drive Mac?
The easiest way to do this is to type the command followed by a space, drag the icon for the external onto the Terminal window, and hit the return key. The mount command can be used to locate the path.
Why isn’t my Mac recognizing my external cd?
Your external hard drive can’t be read on Mac because it’s formatted in a way that isn’t compatible with the operating system. It’s possible that the external drive isn’t recognized by your Mac because of a loose or damagedusb cable. The issue can be fixed by changing the cable.
Why is my external hard drive read only Mac?
If you encounter an issue where a hard drive is read only on your Mac, it may be that it is formatted as NTFS, which can’t be read by macOS. It is possible that it is a permission issue.
Where are USB drives mounted in Mac?
The front, back, and side of your computer are where you should find ausb port. You can find a flash drive from the Sidebar on the left side of the window. The flash drive’s name may be different.
Why can’t I drag files from Mac to external hard drive?
If you want to transfer files between a Mac computer and an NTFS external storage device, you have to use a compatible file system. It’s not possible for Apple to write to an NTFS device.
Does Macbook support external hard disk?
Since MacBooks and Mac accessories rely on the power and data transfer speed of USB-Cs, USB Type-C or Thunderbolt 3 or 4 connections, external hard drives with that connection are definitely beneficial.