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Wd My Passport For Mac Hasn't Backed Up

WD My Passport for Mac is a hard drive that includes a built-in AES hard drive encryption with password protection, which helps you keep the contents on your Mac secure. If your Mac hasn't backed up your data to WD My Passport for Mac, there might be a communication breakdown or problem with your Time Machine Backup. To fix the Wd my passport for Mac hasnt backed up issues, follow the quick steps given below.

Wd My Passport For Mac Hasnt Backed Up
  • First, verify that you have properly connected the WD My Passport hard drive to your Mac.
  • If your hard drive isn't connected properly, you cannot complete the backup. So, connect the drive securely to your Mac and then start the backup.
  • If the problem persists, turn off your Mac completely to put it into Repair mode.
  • After pressing the Power button to power on the Mac computer, press the Command + R shortcut keys until a question prompts you.
  • Select the Disk Utility option in Repair mode.
  • Choose Macintosh HD and click the First Aid button.
  • Wait until your primary disk is scanned and repaired automatically.
  • Now, select your WD My Passport for Mac to which your Mac hasn't backed up previously and click the Erase Disk button.
  • Choose the APFS format with the GUID Partition Map scheme for your drive.
  • Click on First Aid after selecting your WD hard drive and click OK to erase the disk.
  • Ensure that a green checkmark is displayed on the screen indicating that the format has been successfully completed.
  • Close the Disk Utility and restart your Mac.
  • Run the Time Machine backup and remove the existing backup disk selection.
  • Choose your WD My Passport for Mac and run the backup process.
  • Wait until the process completes.

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