Your WD My Passport external drive is not mounting on Mac. You checked in Disk Utilities and were able to see the drive. What could have made the drive unmountable? There are various reasons due to which WD My Passport external drive might not mount on Mac. One of the main reasons could be file system corruption of WD My Passport external drive. Formatting the drive frequently, connecting WD drive to a system which is infected by virus, etc., can also lead to drive corruption due to which it fails to mount on Mac. Now, what about data present in WD My Passport drive? Don't worry, you can recover data from unmountable WD drive.
Restore Data from Unmountable WD My Passport on Mac using Remo Recover (Mac):
Remo Data Recovery software for Mac comes handy to easily and safely get back data from unmountable WD My Passport external drive on Mac. The tool also recovers data from unmountable WD My Passport Ultra, WD My Book, and other Western Digital drive models. It also retrieves files from Mac volumes which are missing, formatted partitions, repartitioned drive, and so on.
Remo Mac Data Recovery software is also capable of recovering data lost after OS reinstallation, hard drive failure, crash, non-booting drive, and so on. It comes with advanced algorithms to find and get back data from corrupted or inaccessible Mac OS volumes. The application allows you to add / edit new signatures for files to ensure complete data recovery on Mac.
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