How To Fixed Seagate Backup Plus Won’t Erase Files On Mac Os?

The fixed Seagate backup plus won’t erase files on Mac OS, Mac OS Sierra, Mac OS El Capitan, Mavericks, Yosemite. In some cases, the error occurs because of the disk scheme and the format.

Fixed Seagate Backup Plus Won't Erase

  • Launch your Mac OS.
  • Connect your Seagate backup Plus (BUP) to your Mac.
  • Open the Disk Utility window.
  • On the left side of the panel, open the Seagate backup under the External tab.
  • On the top of the screen you will see five options,
  • Firstaid
  • Partition
  • Erase
  • Restore
  • Mount
  • Beside the Erase option, choose the format as Mac OS Extended (Journaled).
  • The error process shows when you click on the erase for the Seagate backup plus.
  • The next step is to open the Spotlight search, the option with the magnifying glass on the top-right corner of the screen. In fixed Seagate backup plus won’t erase files on Mac OS.
  • In the spotlight search, search for Terminal Utility.
  • Enter the following command
  • diskutil list 
  • Press Enter. The Terminal window will run the command.
  • Copy the disk source and type Clear, a new terminal window will will open.
  • Once again type the following command,
  • diskutil unmountDisk, and next to it, copy the file source you had performed earlier in the terminal window.
  • The utility window should fix the erase error.
  • Select your Seagate backup plus and click on Erase from the list of five options present above.
  • Once you click Erase, the data will be cleared, showing you the volume of free space available in fixed Seagate backup plus won’t erase files on Mac OS.
  • It will display a screen reading the message 
  • Mounting disk.
  • Operation Successful.