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How to get full access to NTFS HDD's without Paragon NTFS?

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Hi there!

How to get full access to NTFS HDD's without Paragon NTFS? I have an awful experience with this software since it tends to corrupt my NTFS formatted HDDs. Is there any alternative software or stable version of this software?

THank you!!

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Currently I can access those drivers in read-only mode (OS's default) but if I install NTFS for MAC - those drives disappear and MacOS suggests (after verification) to run Restoration process (or something like that) which will probably mess up those drives completely (since it's because of NTFS for MAC software I can't even see them)
 
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Hi there!

How to get full access to NTFS HDD's without Paragon NTFS? I have an awful experience with this software since it tends to corrupt my NTFS formatted HDDs. Is there any alternative software or stable version of this software?

THank you!!

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Currently I can access those drivers in read-only mode (OS's default) but if I install NTFS for MAC - those drives disappear and MacOS suggests (after verification) to run Restoration process (or something like that) which will probably mess up those drives completely (since it's because of NTFS for MAC software I can't even see them)

If you want, you can try Apple's EXPERIMENTAL write access for NTFS. The process is detailed in this article: https://techsviewer.com/enable-ntfs-write-mac-os-sierra/. There's also a GUI tool that does the same thing called Mounty: http://enjoygineering.com/mounty/. I don't have any personal experience with either of these methods -- I simply googled it for you.
 
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If you want, you can try Apple's EXPERIMENTAL write access for NTFS. The process is detailed in this article: https://techsviewer.com/enable-ntfs-write-mac-os-sierra/. There's also a GUI tool that does the same thing called Mounty: http://enjoygineering.com/mounty/. I don't have any personal experience with either of these methods -- I simply googled it for you.


Hi, is this a working solution? I am using Paragon NTFS and because of it I can't mount my NTFS drives.
 
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Yes it's actually possible to get full access to NTFS drives by remounting them using the native Apple drivers. It works well enough for temporary access when needed. If anyone's still interested check my post here.
 
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