Seagate 1TB Backup Plus USB 3.0 Portable External Hard Drive for Mac100 results found

Q: How to get Seagate external HD (Backup Plus Slim) connected to Time Machine?

I just downloaded software to format a new Seagate Backup Plus Slim external hard drive , but get they message from Time Machine: The backup disk is not in Mac OS Extended (Journaled) format, which is required. What should I do to get them to "talk?"

Bluetooth: Unreliable wireless performance may occur when USB 3.0 external devices are close

Try moving external USB 3.0 devices further away from the computer, and away from your external Bluetooth devices. For example, if you think an external USB 3.0 hard drive may be causing an issue, try relocating the device away from your Mac or move it to another side of your Mac .   Make sure all USB  cables are connected correctly. Better shielded USB 3.0 cables may also be helpful.

Q: I want to backup my phone to an external hard drive.

I want to backup my phone to external hard drive . Where is the setting to direct backups to specific folder?

iTunes for Mac: Use iPod as an external hard drive

Use iPod as an external hard drive If you have space available on your iPod, you can store any kind of file (such as a text document or picture) on it. You can, for example, use your iPod to copy a file from one computer to another. You can also see the files stored on an iPod on your desktop. Note: These instructions are for iPod classic, iPod nano, and iPod shuffle only. Store or view files Connect your device to your computer. Click the Device button, then click Summary (or Settings

iTunes for Windows: Use iPod as an external hard drive

Use iPod as an external hard drive If you have space available on your iPod, you can store any kind of file (such as a text document or picture) on it. You can, for example, use your iPod to copy a file from one computer to another. You can also see the files stored on an iPod on your desktop. Note: These instructions are for iPod classic, iPod nano, and iPod shuffle only. Store or view files Connect your device to your computer. Click the Device button, then click Summary (or Settings

iMovie '11: Copy or move video from your Event Library to an external hard disk

Copy or move video from your Event Library to an external hard disk To save space on your computer’s hard disk , you can move video in your Event Library to an external hard disk connected to your computer. You can also copy Events to an external hard disk . You might do this, for example, to create a duplicate copy of your entire video library or to copy an Event to a friend’s hard disk . Note:   To use an external hard disk with iMovie, it must be formatted as Mac OS Extended (Journaled

AirPort Utility: Share a USB hard disk on your network

Time Capsule or AirPort Extreme: You can connect several hard disks to the hub. Note: AirPort Utility doesn’t support formatting disks . Format the hard disk using your computer. On a Mac , format the hard disk using macOS Extended format (also called HFS+). On a Windows computer, use FAT32. Plug the hard disk in to the base station’s USB port . Open AirPort Utility, located in the Utilities folder in the Applications folder. In the graphical overview, select the base station you want to configure

Windows 8: "Uninstall the USB 3.0 eXtensible Host Controller Driver" alert when upgrading from Windows 7

Important: You should not click Uninstall. If this driver is uninstalled, all external keyboards, mice, and trackpads connected to a USB 3 port become inoperative in Windows 8. For OS X Mountain Lion v10.8.3 or later Click the Back button. Cancel the upgrade. Open Boot Camp Assistant in the Utilities folder (in the Finder, choose Go > Utilities). Use Boot Camp Assistant to download the latest Windows Support Software from Apple. &NewLine

iMovie '11: Copy or move a project to an external hard disk

as Mac OS Extended (Journaled). iMovie doesn’t support network-attached storage or external flash memory drives. In the Project Library, click to select the project you want to copy or move, and then do one of the following: To copy the project, drag it to the icon of the hard disk (in the Project Library) to which you want to copy it, and then choose “Copy project” or “Copy project and Events.” If you choose “Copy project,” none of the project’s video and other media

Q: New Hard Drive: USB Install boots to Magic Mouse/Keyboard on screen?

Hey, will try to be as clear as possible here:   - I inherited an iMac (Early 2008) which had a corrupted hard drive according to the previous owner. - After attempting to fix that HD with recovery partition, external USB boot, and asking on this forum for advice; I was told to quit trying to repair the old busted one and get a new one. - I ordered a compatible HD and opened up the iMac, replacing the old one and closing everything back up. So far so good. - I boot up using my USB Recovery Disk

Q: Moving photos AND iPhoto library to external hard drive.

When I upgraded to Yosemite, I migrated my iPhoto library to Photos. I now want to move my Photos library to my external hard drive to free up space. I did this by dragging the libraries from my Pictures folder and then following the instructions to create a new Systems Library. However, when I open Photos I only have the pictures that I have taken since upgrading. None of my iPhoto library is there despite being migrated.   How do I get all of my photos in to one Photos library on my external

Q: External hard drive permission problem after Timemachine

Hello!   I recently did set up time machine for my external HDD(Lacie rugged mini 2tb usb -c). But I decided not to use it anymore. I disabled the drive in the system preferences in the time machine tab. But everytime i try to anything on the drive - for example new folder- it requires password and denies the access to the programs  as well.    If you can help please write something. I’m new to the mac . I have a late 2016 MBP with function keys.   Thank you!

Q: how can I delete an time machine back up on an external hard drive

I have 2 back up places...my Apple Airport Time Capsule, and an external hard drive .   the external drive is filling up.....how can I delete the back ups.....the earlier one is september 2016...   thanks sailmom

Q: Export iCloud Photos to External Hard Drive

I am trying to back up my photos from my iPhone 6S+ to an external harddrive. Although I use iCloud to backup my photos and have "Optimize iPhone Storage" selected in Settings > iCloud > Photos. I tried using Image Capture but photos saved in iCloud do not show up that way. I do not have enough storage left on my phone or Mac to have "Download and Keep Orignals" selected. Is there a way to export photos saved in iCloud directly to the external harddrive? (But also keep the photos in iCloud)

Q: Fat32 external hard drive is unable to read macOS Sierra

whenever I plug in my Sony External hard drive (1 TB), myMBP shows a dialogue box stating this drive is not readable by this mac . I have tried using NTFS softwares like Paragon & Tuxera but neither worked actually. this hard drive is readable and writeable on my Windows laptop. By clicking on Intialize it would take me to the disk Utility.. where my only option is to erase the drive which I don't want to do. Help me out.

Q: iPhoto to Photos from external hard drive

I have my iPhoto library in an external hard drive and I want to change it to Photos. I am using a Macbook Air with macOS Sierra Version 10.12.6

Q: How do I copy emails to disc, flash drives or external hard drives?

How do I copy emails to disc , flash drives or external hard drives ? How do I copy emails to disc , flash drives or external hard drives ?

Q: Problems with iomega External Hard Drive on MacBook Air

Hi community! I'm experiencing some problems with my MacBook Air and an external hard drive and I'm wondering if anybody would be able to help me out.   I own a MacBook Air running Mac OS X 10.7.3. When I connect my iomega 500GB external hard drive , the Finder is able to pick it up, but when I click on the drive name, it spins forever without the Finder responding for a long time (it basically crashes the Finder with a spinning ball staying forever). The light on the external hard drive flashes

Hard Drive Update 1.0

The Hard Drive Update 1.0 includes bug fixes and important updates for the following systems: iMac Core 2 Duo ( Mac OS X 10.4.7 or later) Mac Pro ( Mac OS X 10.4.7 or later) To complete the firmware update process, please follow the instructions in the updater application (/Applications/Utilities/ Hard Drive Update 1.0.app). The updater will launch automatically when the Installer closes. Important: It is strongly recommended that you back up the data on your hard drive (s) to an external drive

Mac Pro (8-core): Memory and hard drive kit compatibility

With the release of Mac Pro (8-core) computers, Apple has qualified additional memory and hard drive options. Apple memory and hard drive kits designed for Mac Pro (8-core) computers are compatible with all Mac Pro computers (quad-core or 8-core). Important: Mac Pro memory and hard drive kits designed for quad-core Mac Pro computers only are not qualified for use with a Mac Pro (8-core) computers.

Hard drive data recovery and warranty implications

Hard drives that have become non-functional through normal use, and have had data recovery performed on them by third-party companies specializing in data recovery services can be returned to Apple for warranty service. This includes products covered by the AppleCare Protection Plan. The cost of any data recovery attempts is not covered by the Apple Limited Warranty. Typically, if the factory seal on the hard drive is broken or removed, the hard drive will be excluded from coverage, however

PowerBook G4 - Hard Drive Replacement Instructions

into place and the gap is removed. (Figure 16) Figure 16 ® PowerBook G4 Hard Drive - 11 5. Reconnect the power cord and any other cables that were connected, and restart your computer. Warning: Never turn on your computer unless all of its internal and external parts are in place and it is closed. Operating the computer when it is open or missing parts can damage your computer or cause injury. 6. Restore the data from your backup to the new drive. 7. Check the operation of the optical

Hard Drive Firmware Update 2.0

MacBook Pro Hard Drive Firmware Update 2.0 reduces certain infrequent noises made by 7200-rpm drives. These drives shipped with the June 2009 MacBook Pro. To complete the firmware update process, please follow the instructions in the updater application (/Applications/Utilities/ Hard Drive Update.app). The updater will launch automatically when the installation is complete. New Hard Drive firmware will be: 0007APM2    

PowerBook G4 (DVI) and (1GHz/867MHz) - Hard Drive - Replacement Instructions

and any other cables that were connected, and restart your computer. Warning: Never turn on your computer unless all of its internal and external parts are in place and it is closed. Operating the computer when it is open or missing parts can damage your computer or cause injury. 6. Restore the data from your backup to the new drive. 7. Check the operation of the optical drive . If the hard drive is installed incorrectly, the optical drive mechanism might not spin correctly and will result

MacBook (13-inch) - Hard Drive Replacement Instructions

 MacBook (13-inch) 073-1045 Rev. B Hard Drive Replacement Instructions Follow the instructions in this document carefully. Failure to follow these instructions could damage your equipment and void its warranty. Online instructions are available at http://www.apple.com/support/diy/. Note: These instructions apply to different models of the MacBook (13-inch) portable computer. While some models may look slightly different from the one shown in the illustrations, the steps for all models

PowerBook G4 (Gigabit Ethernet) - Hard Drive - Replacement Instructions

with the bottom case. (Figure 17) Figure 17 ® PowerBook G4 (Gigabit Ethernet) Hard Drive - 12 7. Reconnect the power cord and any other cables that were connected, and restart your computer. Warning: Never turn on your computer unless all of its internal and external parts are in place and it is closed. Operating the computer when it is open or missing parts can damage your computer or cause injury. 8

MacBook Pro (13-inch, Mid 2009) - Hard Drive Replacement Instructions

with the Computer Use the software install discs that came with your computer to reinstall Mac OS X and any applications that came with the computer. Choose either “Archive and Install,” which saves the existing files and settings, or “Erase and Install,” which erases all your data. Important: Apple recommends backing up data on your hard disk before restoring software. Because the “Erase and Install” option erases the hard disk , you should back up essential files before installing Mac OS X and other

iMac Hard Drive Firmware Update 1.0

 This firmware update fixes a hard drive issue that may prevent some iMac (21.5-inch and 27-inch, Mid 2010) systems from booting properly.

AirPort Utility: Secure a connected hard disk with user accounts

Secure a connected hard disk with user accounts If your base station supports connecting to a USB hard disk , or if you’re using an AirPort Time Capsule, you can secure access to the disk in one of several ways: by setting up an account and password for each user, by setting a disk password, or by using the base station’s existing password. Important: If you change the way the disk is secured (from user accounts to the device or disk password) or if you change the name of an account, users may

OS X Legacy FileVault - "There isn't enough space on your hard disk..." alert

or in Documents, for example). You could save it at the root level of your Mac OS X volume, or on a different partition or different disk. Note: If your hard disk does not have enough free space for the new image, create it on an external disk or different partition which has enough space.   Mount the new sparse disk image. In the Finder, select the image volume and choose Get Info from the File menu. Make sure "Ignore ownership on this volume

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