macOS notifies you when an externally connected drive was unmounted before the operating system had a chance to reorder all pending parts on it. In some cases, you may not be able to remount an ejected drive early due to a power outage, sudden computer shutdown, or unplugging before macOS was ready.
Some Terminal commands can help in some cases, including fixing an issue for a Macworld player that had accumulated three drives that could be mounted under Windows but macOS refused to mount or allowed Disk Utility to do repairs. (This issue may affect Windows and macOS formatted drives that mount more than HFS + or APFS formatted drives, but it’s unclear.)
First, you need to find out what the internal disk representation of macOS is:
Plug in the unit and turn it on if necessary.
Type the following and press Enter:
In the resulting list, find the disk number associated with the unmounted …
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