Secure Way to Format and Wipe USB Flash Drive in macOS Mojave
by Shirly Chen, 2019-04-01
Millions of Mac users are using macOS Mojave operating system on their Mac computers. USB flash drive is a frequently used data storage device for Mac users. In order to fix errors or erase data, formatting USB flash drive is necessary. Today, we will show you an easy and secure way to format and wipe USB flash drive in macOS Mojave.
Data recovery software can easily recover deleted or formatted data from USB flash drive on Mac. In order to prevent data recovery, you need special data erasure tool. Here, we strongly recommend DoYourData Super Eraser for Mac. It is fully compatible with macOS Mojave and other Mac operating systems. It can help you quickly and securely format/wipe USB flash drive in macOS Mojave.
Easy steps to format and wipe USB flash drive in macOS Mojave
Now, you can follow the steps below to format and wipe USB flash drive in macOS Mojave:
Step 1: Download and install USB flash drive formatting software for macOS Mojave.
DoYourData Super Eraser for Mac is 100% safe and reliable data erasure software for macOS Mojave. It can help you easily and securely format and wipe USB flash drive in macOS Mojave. Just download and install it on your Mac.
Step 2: Run DoYourData Super Eraser for Mac on your Mac computer.
Now, run DoYourData Super Eraser for Mac from Mac Launchpad. Then connect the USB flash drive with your Mac.
Step 3: Choose the USB flash drive.
DoYourData Super Eraser for Mac offers three data erasure modes. Just choose "Wipe Hard Drive" to format and wipe USB flash drive on Mac. You can see all hard drives and devices are listed on the interface. Just click to choose the USB flash drive.
Step 4: Format and wipe USB flash drive on your Mac.
Now, you can click on “Wipe Now” button to format and wipe the USB flash drive on your Mac.
Once the process gets finished, all data on the USB flash drive is erased forever, and the USB flash drive is formatted.
This is fast and secure solution to format and wipe USB flash drive in macOS Mojave. Now, you can use it to format your USB flash drive before you sell, dispose or donate old USB flash drive.
How to format and wipe corrupted/inaccessible/unmounted USB flash drive in macOS Mojave?
Actually, it is the same with the steps above. DoYourData Super Eraser for Mac can help you securely format and wipe corrupted, inaccessible or unmounted USB flash drive in macOS Mojave. It can help you fix logical errors of USB flash drive in macOS Mojave. Just free download it here:
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