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Seagate Backup Plus Slim 2tb Won’t Work On Mac
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In certain conditions, when you connect the Seagate Backup Plus Slim drive to the Mac computer, the system may not detect it. Continue to read the reasons to resolved Seagate backup plus slim 2TB won’t work on Mac laptop.
Causes of the problem:
- The hardware problems such as the damaged port on the computer or the cable connecting to the computer cause the problem.
- The problem occurs due to an incorrect drive setup.
- If the drive software is not compatible with the system, then the error occurs.
Solutions for the problem:
- Verify connection port and cable
- When the system does not detect, remove the drive and connect to the other ports on the Mac computer. Check if it can detect now.
- Also, verify that the USB cable you are using to connect the Mac device and the drive has not tampered. If it is, then replace the cable and retry to connect.
Check power outlet and adapter
- Plug the power adapter to some other wall outlet and see if the drive is turned on.
- Sometimes, the power adapter may not work, so change the power adapter and check if the power indicator light glows on the Seagate drive.
- By using these steps to resolved Seagate backup plus slim 2TB won’t work on Mac laptop.
Check Disk Utility on Mac
- If the system cannot detect, connect the drive to some other device and see if it can detect the drive.
- Search and open the Disk Utility folder on the Mac system using the spotlight icon, which is at the top-right end of the dock.
- Check if the Seagate drive name appears on the left panel in the Disk Utility window.
- If the drive is not present, click the View menu at the top and choose Show All Devices.
- Then, select the drive name and click the Mount menu at the top of the window to open the drive.
- When the drive does not open, select the drive and click the First Aid icon.
See under System Information/System Profiler
- Next, hold the Option key and go to the Apple menu at the upper-left corner of the dock. Select the System Information or System Profile menu.
- If the option is not present under the Apple menu, hold the Option key once again and select About this Mac.
- When the window opens up, navigate to the hardware menu on the left pane and find the Seagate drive on the right-side panel.
- If the drive is information is still not present, then try connecting to the other Mac devices.
- Using these steps to resolved Seagate backup plus slim 2TB won’t work on Mac laptop.