(Format, Write To, Read, Hack) WD Elements For Mac

(Format, Write To, Read, Hack) WD Elements For Mac

Are you wondering is WD Elements compatible with Mac? And what about – Can you use your WD Elements on a Mac? The answer is yes it’s compatible. And yes you can use on your Mac. Your Western Digital Elements external drive works peachy on Mac. And you’ll find here what you need to know….

[10 Quick How To Steps] Format WD My Passport for Mac

[10 Quick How To Steps] Format WD My Passport for Mac

You’re mad as hell because your new WD My Passport drive is ‘read only’ on your Mac. Right now it’s less use than a brick. You just want the thing to work on your Mac. Don’t worry it’s quick to get your Western Digital My Passport drive working. In 10 quick steps you’ll find out…

7 Quick Steps To Format WD Elements For Mac [2021]

7 Quick Steps To Format WD Elements For Mac [2021]

You’ve just bought yourself a new WD Elements hard drive for your MacBook Pro. You’ve hooked it up to your MacBook ok. But darn. Try as hard as you can you can’t drag any files onto it.  It’s why you bought the thing. But your WD Elements drive seems blocked. Your Mac won’t put anything…

Connect An External Hard Drive To Mac [12 Things To Know]

Connect An External Hard Drive To Mac [12 Things To Know]

It doesn’t matter if it’s your photos from that special holiday. Or your mega music collection in iTunes. You want to know how to connect an external hard drive to your Apple Mac. And you need to know now. Because you need a backup of your important stuff. In this article Connect External Hard Drive…

Backup Your iPad To Your MacBook (Master How)

Backup Your iPad To Your MacBook (Master How)

Do you have a MacBook Air, iMac or MacBook Pro? Are you running Mac OS Big Sur or Catalina? Then this is the way to get a local backup of your iPad to your own MacBook. Because things changed at Mac OS 10.15. Before that you would use iTunes when you wanted to do a…

Backup iPhone To MacBook [With Pictures]

Backup iPhone To MacBook [With Pictures]

So you’ve decided to give it a go. Or you’ve at least decided find out how to get it done. Can you backup your iPhone to your MacBook? Yes, you can. It’s quick, takes less than 5 minutes. And the same way works for your iPad, or iPod Touch. Got a MacBook Pro, MacBook Air,…