Paragon Ntfs For Mac Os X Инструкция

Solution 1

Paragon Ntfs For Mac Os X Инструкция

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Check product activation status.

Paragon NTFS for Mac 12 is the unique solution, specifically tailored for Japanese users of I-O Data devices to supply full high-speed read/write access to NTFS-volumes from Mac OS X. Paragon NTFS for Mac 15 ($20) is a file system driver that allows Mac OS X Yosemite and later (incuding macOS Sierra) to read and write to hard drives, solid-state storage devices, and USB thumb.

Go to System Preferences – NTFS for Mac. Check if Activate/Buy buttons are absent (if you purchased the product) or “X days left” message is shown (for trial users). Go to solution 2 if this does not resolve the issue.

Solution 2

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Check NTFS for Mac Preferences and make sure the driver is Enabled. Go to solution 3 if this does not resolve the issue.

Solution 3

Please check if ‘com.paragon-software.ntfsd ‘ is enabled for launch in System Preferences.

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Open System Preferences, then go to – Security and Privacy – Privacy – Full Disk Access

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Click on lock to make changes, and Allow the component to load. Then check if the issue is resolved.

Go to solution 4 if this does not resolve the issue

Solution 4

Try to reload NTFS kext.

Execute these Terminal commands (Go to Applications – Utilities – Terminal):

sudo kextunload /Library/Extensions/ufsd_NTFS.kext

sudo kextload /Library/Extensions/ufsd_NTFS.kext

This solution does not require reboot – you should be able to check if this fixed the issue right away. Go to solution 5 if this does not resolve the issue.

Solution 5

Enable NTFS for Mac components to load, in case if they’re not loaded or disabled.

Enter these commands in Terminal:

sudo launchctl enable system/com.paragon-software.ntfsd

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sudo launchctl enable system/com.paragon-software.ntfs.loader

Next try to reboot your Mac – check driver functionality after reboot, also please check driver functionality with other devices and/or connection. Go to solution 6 if this does not resolve the issue.

Solution 6

Reinstall the driver.

  • uninstall driver (On Menu Bar, press Paragon NTFS for Mac 15- Preferences… and in General tab of Preferences GUI, press Uninstall button, or run NTFS for Mac installer and select “Uninstall Paragon NTFS for Mac“)
  • reboot
  • install latest version, downloaded from your MyParagon account or from product page
  • reboot
  • check driver functionality

If you still can’t use driver and get an error that bundle is damaged Go to solution 7 if this does not resolve the issue.

Solution 7

Fix permissions on your Mac and change ownership:.

  • Open Terminal Window (Go to Applications – Utilities – Terminal), then (For OS X El Capitan, not for macOS Sierra) run command to fix permissions:

    sudo /usr/libexec/repair_packages –repair –standard-pkgs –volume /

  • Then run this command:

    sudo chown -R root:wheel /Library/Extensions/ufsd_NTFS.kext

  • Reboot
  • Check driver functionality
  • If problem still appears, then go to next step

If none of the above steps helped – Please Contact Support From NTFS For Mac 15 Interface.

Solution 8

Allow our Kernel Extension to load using Recovery Mode.

Boot into Recovery Mode and type this into Terminal utility:

spctl kext-consent add LSJ6YVK468

Then Launch macOS and execute these commands:

sudo kextcache -clear-staging
sudo kextload /Library/Extensions/ufsd_NTFS.kext

Then launch NTFS for Mac and check if the issue is resolved.

Solution 9

Disable System Integrity Protection.

as described in this article: Compatibility With Apple System Integrity Protection (SIP) Technology

If nothing helps

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Please launch Terminal and type:
sudo kextutil -vvv /Library/Extensions/ufsd_NTFS.kext

Send output to Support Team. Don’t forget to attach Verbose Logs:

  1. In NTFS15 menu, choose Paragon NTFS for Mac 15 – Preferences. then make sure System report format is set to Extended (Verbose mode).
  2. Then please reproduce your problem.
  3. Then find the logs archive, created using Help – Save Logs.

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