Eject Expansion 6TB External Hard Drive
It is always important to eject your external storage devices from your computer so carefully.
Most of the time, we don't have the patience to go through the process. Once we have done with the file transfer, we will do have the habit of unplugging the external device in a hurry. We do this thinking that the device has finished its work, but often actions like this will corrupt the files on the device, and we may not have them to use it again. This is because we are not aware of what is happening internally. Sometimes, your computer might be accessing or writing files to the external storage device.
If you have ejected your external device in a proper way, you have avoided all the above-said problems.
Here, we have provided you with simple steps to Eject Expansion 6TB External Hard Drive both on Windows and Mac.
How to Eject Expansion 6TB External Hard Drive on Windows
- Close all the applications one by one and make sure none is running behind.
- On the system tray, look for the Safely Remove Hardware icon located next to the system clock.
- Click on Safely Remove Hardware to open the hardware pop-up window.
- Now click your external hard drive's icon.
- Click Eject, and a message will appear stating that it is safe to remove the hardware.
- Now, remove your Expansion external drive.
If you have a problem locating the Safely remove hardware icon on the system tray, then follow these steps.
- Go to the My Computer from the desktop or Start menu.
- Look for your Expansion 6TB external hard drive.
- Now, right-click the drive icon and select the Eject option.
How to Eject Expansion 6TB External Hard Drive on Mac
- Click on your Expansion 6TB external hard drive icon on the dock.
- All you need is just drag the external storage icon to the Trash bin.
- Once you drag it, you'll see an Eject icon.
- Hold the Ctrl key and left-click your mouse on the external drive's icon.
- Click Eject on the pop-up menu.
- Finally, your Expansion 6TB external hard drive has been ejected without any hassle.
- Disconnect your external storage device from your Mac, now you have sucessfully Eject Expansion 6TB External Hard Drive.