I have a late 2012 iMac running El Capitan and here is how the drive shows in Disk Utility and NTFS Paragon. It also doesn't appear in the Finder sidebar even after i checked all the things in the Finder preferences. The funny thing is that if i log into Windows 10 I can easily acces everything from the mac drive. What can i do to make the BOOTCAMP drive appear and be accesible?enter image description here

  • It seems that Paragon is ignoring the drive. Also, there is a mount button when you are clicking on it. Have you tried that? – At0mic Nov 18 '15 at 14:29
  • Yeah i tried that, mount and also verify does not seem to work. Do you have any other suggestions ? – ilovepie Nov 19 '15 at 10:57

I know this is an old thread, but I had this issue too...

It turns out, the disk was in hibernation mode, and Paragon may have been responsible. In the System Preferences pane, go to Paragon NTFS, Volumes Tab, and check the box (Bottom left) that reads : "Disable Paragon NTFS for Mac". This is what worked for me.

Also, on startup you may get a Paragon notification that says the disk is in hibernation. Click on that notification before it disappears and another dialogue box will come up that lets you force a mounting of the disk. This warns you that you will loose temp info from hibernation mode (which is not a big deal). This is another way to potentially fix it.

  • Oh and restart :) – DesignMeat Oct 10 '16 at 12:21

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