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Free NTFS read and write solutions in Mac OS X El Capitan or older OS X version
Free NTFS read and write solutions in Mac OS X El Capitan or older OS X version


OS X El Capitan NTFS usb support

NTFS Mac? NTFS for Mac? Your Mac does not recognize USB or external HDD? That is because your Mac does not support reading and writing on NTFS Flash Drive yet. Look at our solution to enable NTFS read and write support in Mac OS X El Capitan or older.

1 – 
Use NTFS support softwaresIt comes to very quickly and easy solutions to recognize, read and write NTFS Partitions on Mac. No matter which OS using: OS X El Capitan, Yosemite, Mavericks or older OS X versions. Look at 2 ways below (the solution 2 is complicated by using Terminal, but 100% works well):

There are some Free NTFS Softwares for Mac. You might want to take a look on: The three best free NTFS applications to read and write to NTFS drivers in Mac OS X.

Tuxera NTFS 2015 now support OS X 10.11 El Capitan fully. You can download Tuxera NTFS 2015 Full Version including license key from AppleDigg.

Paragon NTFS 14 supports OS X versions (Mavericks, Yosemite and El Capitan).

We would recommend Mac users should buy Paragon NTFS for life-time utilizing & updating since cheap pice, high stability, effectiveness & efficiency. Click Here to get 30% Discount on single license and support Paragon for their ton of effort on this great Application .

2 – Use Terminal to enable NTFS support on Hardrive in El Capitan


This solution works 100% in OS X Capitan:

We do not talk about why Mac OS X does not support full NTFS itself or why This feature is hidden from Mac OS X. We absolutely can use Terminal command to manually Enable NTFS write support. Let’s see how it works.

  • To run Terminal: Applications > Utilities > Terminal
  • Type: sudo nano /etc/fstab
  • Fill your user password
  • You now are brought to a program called nano and it’s the text editor that’s built into Terminal. The file that you’ll edit is called stab.
  • Within nano type:
    LABEL=DRIVE_NAME none ntfs rw,auto,nobrowse

Use Terminal to enable NTFS in OS X CapitanNotice: DRIVE_NAME is the name of the drive. The drive’s name should contain no spaces, as adding a space to the configuration file would tell your Mac to interpret whatever’s after that space as a separate command. If your DRIVE_NAME is made up of two words separated with a space, for example, “NO NAME”, you have to add a “” before the space for the system to recognize the space. For example, “NO NAME”.

  • Finally, you just Control-O to save the file and Control-X to exit nano. See the result:


OS X El capitan NTFS solution
NTFS Mac – NTFS for Mac solution


Be noticed that Instead of using Driver LABEL, after sudo nano /etc/fstab, we can use the following command line

UUID=Universal Unique Identifier none ntfs rw 

Universal Unique Identifier can be determined by Disk Utility. Read more here to see the full instuction.

It is know clear to know why Mac sometimes does not recognize, read and write your NTFS USB or other Flash drives such as External HDD and the solution to solve yet.

If you can not get it done through this topic, I would suggest attempting Read and Write NTFS in OS X El Capitan by installing ntfs-3g through Terminal from AppleDigg.

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