Bring important files anywhere with this Western Digital My Passport Go 1TB portable SSD. The large capacity stores thousands of pictures and hours of HD video, and the built-in USB 3.0 cable offers easy connectivity. This Western Digital My Passport Go 1TB portable SSD has a rubber bumper that absorbs shocks and helps guard against accidental drops.
A:AnswerHi Don, My Passport™ Go is the tough SSD drive built to travel. With a rubber protective bumper on
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A:AnswerHello Gam3r18, Sony added support for external USB hard drives on the PS5 with their April 2021 update. However, due to PS5 restrictions, games can only be played off the console’s internal SSD. As such, external USB storage hard drives only function as a faster way to hot-swap games and data on or off the PS5’s internal storage. -Need Help? Please see our "'Contact Us" page for information
A:AnswerUnless it’s a smart reader that can do that transfer and power up the drive on its own, then no. This is just a dummy device. It’s storage. You’ll still need something to tell it what to copy and where.
A:AnswerYou can always format the drive and start from scratch, but it sounds like you have some sort of auto backup running. You’ll want to stop that if you’re not wanting to fill up the drive automatically.
A:AnswerYes, of course you can use it to play games on a PC. This is compatible with PC, MAC, PS3/PS4, Xbox 360/Xbox One, and just about any other device or system that uses the USB 3.0 port for connectivity (I have no idea why Western Digital answered this question at all if they were going to just post some totally unrelated copy/paste nonsense...LOVE WD hard drives & SSDs, but that was a seriously whack brainless tech monkey response...do better WD!)