Paragon Ntfs For Mac Os X 10
System: iMac - (27-inch, Late 2012)
Processor: 3.4 GHz Intel Core i7
Memory: 32 GB 1600 MHz DDR3
Graphics: NVIDIA GeForce GTX 680MX 2048 MB
Operating System: Mac OS X El Capitan Version 10.11.6
Software Application: Paragon NTFS For Mac Version 14.2.359
I’ve been experiencing a somewhat regular series of system crash events for the past few months. It’s taken awhile to track down the cause of these crashes but I finally found what appears to be the culprit - Paragon’s NTFS For Mac Version 14.2.359. I’ve conducted several tests using two different brand 1TB external hard drives connected to two different side-by-side USB ports (which, by the way caused no problems whatsoever until my recent upgrade to Paragon NTFS For Mac Version 14.2.359. One factor that I can verify without a doubt - as soon as NTFS For Mac is disabled through System Preferences, the system crashes stop. At this point I have the external hard drives connected to the USB ports with NTFS For Mac disabled and have not experienced any system crashes. Below is a copy of my latest system crash report.
It should be noted that when one or both external hard drives were connected to a USB port with NTFS For Mac enabled, system crashes occurred at intervals of 15 minutes to half an hour after each recovery from a previous crash. As you can see this made my entire system unusable.
I look forward to hearing from you once you've had an opportunity to review my current information and decide what is the best way to resolve this issue.
Unfortunately, due to a strict number of characters limited per post (here on your forum) my crash report has been significantly truncated.
System Crash 5 - Sunday September 11 2016 - 12:43 PM - I was watching an YouTube video for about 10 minutes - then the screen froze and the system crashed & rebooted
Anonymous UUID: 2B45D950-7346-CF95-CC71-637E7E1F3EFA
Sunday September 11 2016 12:42:38
*** Panic Report ***
panic(cpu 2 caller 0xffffff80245ce6fa): Kernel trap at 0xffffff7fa4c2a705, type 13=general protection, registers:
CR0: 0x0000000080010033, CR2: 0x0000000109ad7070, CR3: 0x000000050c84405f, CR4: 0x00000000001626e0
RAX: 0xdeadbeefdeadbeef, RBX: 0xffffff808e3549f8, RCX: 0x00000000031f0000, RDX: 0xffffff8061ec37b0
RSP: 0xffffff83ca8db0d0, RBP: 0xffffff83ca8db390, RSI: 0x0000000000000000, RDI: 0xffffff808e3549f8
R8: 0xffffff807d802690, R9: 0x0000000000000000, R10: 0xffffff80247002c0, R11: 0x0000000000000000
R12: 0xffffff8098eb4408, R13: 0x7f167b6dbd18009e, R14: 0xffffff80719b6000, R15: 0xffffff83ca8db3b0
RFL: 0x0000000000010246, RIP: 0xffffff7fa4c2a705, CS: 0x0000000000000008, SS: 0x0000000000000010
Fault CR2: 0x0000000109ad7070, Error code: 0x0000000000000000, Fault CPU: 0x2, PL: 0
Backtrace (CPU 2), Frame : Return Address
0xffffff83bf485df0 : 0xffffff80244dab52
0xffffff83bf485e70 : 0xffffff80245ce6fa
0xffffff83bf486050 : 0xffffff80245ec563
0xffffff83bf486070 : 0xffffff7fa4c2a705
0xffffff83ca8db390 : 0xffffff80247257cc
0xffffff83ca8db410 : 0xffffff80247005af
0xffffff83ca8db840 : 0xffffff8024977974
0xffffff83ca8db8a0 : 0xffffff80246fb802
0xffffff83ca8db8f0 : 0xffffff802471a784
0xffffff83ca8db9a0 : 0xffffff8024706358
0xffffff83ca8dbbe0 : 0xffffff8024707023
0xffffff83ca8dbf60 : 0xffffff8024a28701
0xffffff83ca8dbfb0 : 0xffffff80245ecd66
Kernel Extensions in backtrace:
BSD process name corresponding to current thread: mdworker
Boot args: nvda_drv=1
Mac OS version: 15G1004
Darwin Kernel Version 15.6.0: Monday August 29 2016 20:21:34 PDT; root:xnu-3248.60.11~1/RELEASE_X86_64
Kernel UUID: E349749B-3303-3DDF-959C-B5885A0E1F6E
Kernel slide: 0x0000000024200000
Kernel text base: 0xffffff8024400000
__HIB text base: 0xffffff8024300000
System model name: iMac13,2 (Mac-FC02E91DDD3FA6A4)
System uptime in nanoseconds: 24528424470205
last loaded kext at 18337520745262: com.apple.driver.AppleXsanScheme 3 (addr 0xffffff7fa77f1000, size 32768)
last unloaded kext at 18682375180691: com.apple.driver.AppleXsanScheme 3 (addr 0xffffff7fa77f1000, size 32768)
com.apple.iokit.BroadcomBluetoothHostControllerUSB Transport 4.4.6f1
com.apple.AppleFSCompression.AppleFSCompressionTyp eDataless 1.0.0d1
com.apple.AppleFSCompression.AppleFSCompressionTyp eZlib 1.0.0
Operating System: Mac OS X El Capitan Version 10.11.6 Software Application: Paragon NTFS For Mac Version 14.2.359-I’ve been experiencing a somewhat regular series of system crash events for the past few months. It’s taken awhile to track down the cause of these crashes but I finally found what appears to be the culprit - Paragon’s.
Since the release of Mac OS X 10.11 El Capitan, Paragon Software Сustomer Service have received over a 1000 requests concerning the verify/repair/format disk utility options, which disappeared from the Disk Utility in OS X 10.11 El Capitan. To address this issue, we integrated the functionality directly to NTFS for Mac Preference Pane.
Additionally we have recently released a new professional maintenance tool, Paragon Hard Disk Manager for Mac, to help you perform these basic and numerous advanced file system and volume partitioning operations.
If you are in need of such a solution, you can try Paragon HDM for Mac now.
- NTFS for Mac OS X Yosemite Preview Preview: 10.5 MB: Freeware: NTFS for Mac OS X Yosemite Preview. The first NTFS driver to support OS X Yosemite Developers Preview. Free of charge and extremely easy to use. Advanced support of the HFS+ and NTFS file system features. Fast and transparent access to any NTFS partition under OS X 10.10.
- Paragon NTFS for Mac is fully compatible with Apple's new security policy ensuring fast, hassle-free and safe access to NTFS partitions from macOS 10.12 Sierra.
Paragon Ntfs For Mac Os X 10.0
However, in this article we going to show you how to format, verify and repair NTFS volumes with built-in partitioning tools in NTFS for Mac 14 under Mac OS X 10.11 El Capitan.
Disk Utility vs. Third-Party Drivers
The El Capitan version of Disk Utility has been through major changes — both cosmetically and under the hood. Once you get used to the glossy new user interface, veteran users might notice Disk Utility no longer manages disks mounted by third-party drivers, at least not through the program’s graphical user interface. The reasons for the change don’t make a whole lot of sense to outsiders, especially when disks mounted by non-native drivers can still be mounted, formatted, or repaired by using the command-line diskutil.
In addition to the under the hood changes outlined above, the familiar NTFS for Mac preferences pane has been overhauled with version 14. Since Disk Utility can no longer be used to work with Windows-formatted volumes, NTFS for Mac 14 now includes built-in format, verify, and mount functionality.
In addition to Windows NTFS, other file systems supported by OS X can also be used with this preference pane — for example, if Paragon’s ExtFS for Mac driver is already installed on the same system, NTFS for Mac will also be able to format, verify, or mount Linux-native Ext2/3/4 disks as well.
Here’s what NTFS for Mac 14 looks like when launched:
Paragon Software Ntfs For Mac
In order to verify or format your NTFS or ExtFS volumes with Paragon drivers, you need to launch the app Preference Pane, select a volume and click “Verify” or “Erase”, depending on what operation you need.
NTFS for Mac 14 also fixes found file system errors during the volume verification process:
For those comfortable with Terminal, the same actions can also be performed with Paragon’s command-line utilities. Advanced users familiar with Unix will have access to additional options through this interface:
- fsck_ufsd_NTFS finds and repairs errors on NTFS disks.
- newfs_ufsd_NTFS formats a volume to NTFS.
- mount_ufsd_NTFS mounts or unmounts NTFS disks.
Support of the Windows NT file system is automatically added to the command-line diskutil during installation of the NTFS for Mac driver.
In case you quite often need not only to verify and format NTFS volumes, but perform more advanced tasks, such as move, resize, copy or even undelete partitions formatted to HFS+, NTFS, ExtFS, FAT and exFAT, try the new Paragon Hard Disk Manager for Mac.
HDM for Mac is not just for backup — it’s a powerful application that covers all aspects of the computer’s life cycle, including drive partitioning, file system optimization and repair functions, data backup capabilities, and irreversible data wiping. It already works with macOS Sierra 10.12 Preview.