NTFS-3G Could Not Mount After Upgrading to OS X Lion

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I am having problems on mounting my NTFS formatted drive on my MaC PC. But after upgrading to OS X Lion, I can no longer mount my drives. It works well before but after the recent upgrade, I was unable to. The Disk Utility can read my formatted driveS but it won't let me mount them. I am using MacBook Air with Nvidia GeForce 320M running Mac OS X Lion 10.7. How can I fix this?

NTFS-3G

NTFS-3G could not mount /dev/disk1s1 at /Volumes/LaCie because the following problem occurred:

Did not receive a signal within 15.000000 seconds.

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NTFS-3G Could Not Mount After Upgrading to OS X Lion

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To fix this, delete the /System/Library/filesystems/ufsd.fs and then restart your computer and then install Paragon/MAfuse/Tuxera implementation. Restart again and see if this fix your issue.

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NTFS-3G Could Not Mount After Upgrading to OS X Lion

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This issue might be because you are using an NTFS driver that is not supported by OS X Lion. To resolve this, follow the steps below:

1. Uninstall your NTFS driver.

2. Restart your computer.

3. Delete the /System/Library/filesystems/ufsd.fs.

4. Install a new NTFS driver (Paragon, Tuxera, NTFS-3G and more)

5. Restart and check if it resolves your issue.

Alternatively:

1. Go to System Preferences and search for NTFS-3G and Macfuse, then uninstall both.

2. Remove the Macfuse preferences options as well and reboot your computer.

3. Install NTFS-3G.

4. Install Macfuse.

5. Reboot your computer and then connect your USB NTFS hard drive. You can now mount for read and write access.

You will receive the same error message that you got, just click the Close button.

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