Just as the title says. When my Mac (2017 MBP Mojave 10.14.5) goes to sleep, after waking up the drive is still mounted and shows used space, but all of the folders appear empty and I cant view internal files inside of folders.
Contacted support and was told this “may be normal behavior” “based on varying operating systems”
Tried 3 different USB cables. 3 Different computers.
Drive is about a year old and has been flawless up until about 2 weeks ago. No operating or hardware system changes.
Sleep timer is off, and “put hard drives to sleep” is unchecked in MacOS Settings.
Drive passes Status check, Quick Drive Test, and Complete Drive Test.
Soooo anyone have any other ideas?