How to Erase a Disk from Command Line in Mac OS X
The symptom is quite horrible Formatting the same devices works fine under physical Mac, PCs and so on Solution: Use any USB2. Fusion has "issues" together with USB 3.
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I have the same question Show 0 Likes 0. This content has been marked as final. Show 22 replies. I have verbose USB debugging enabled if that helps? No idea where to look for the log though! You may have to repartition the drive, not just format it. Are you connecting directly? Macbook Air running Capitan Yes I got same issue.
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How to Format a Drive on a Mac
Any comment from VMWare? Other than the initial denial that anything is wrong? You will also see this by using diskpart utility with clean or convert. All connected hard drives will be listed to the left. The mountable partition s of each drive will show beneath it. Highlight the partition of the LaCie drive and look at the information at the bottom of the window.
NOTE: While various versions of the Disk Utility will be slightly different, they all operate similar to these instructions. Using the Partition utility will verify that all previous formatting information is deleted before initializing. Highlight the LaCie drive in the list to the left and click on the Partition Tab.
You will not get a Partition Tab if the mountable portion of the drive is selected. You must select the drive. Highlight each partition to change the Name, Format and Size. Select the Volume Format.
To change the Volume Format, click on the chosen format and select another. Name the partition s. This is the name that will show up under the drive icon on your desktop.
If you are unsure, check the box. After making any changes necessary, click on the Partition Button in the lower right corner of the window. When the process is complete the partition s will show under the drive.