sudo mount -t ntfs-3g /dev/<Your HD> /media/<your mount point> -o force
pmount /dev/sxx disk
iironjade wrote:The problem appears to have been solved. How, I don't know, but Mint is now running perfectly. Thanks for your suggestions.
paradigmX wrote:I don't have a link but I read an Article about WD purposely making some of their external Hard Drives compatable with windows only
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