CompanyLogo
Search Advanced Search
Categories
General Questions (53)
Studio Series (20)
Evolution Series (27)
G-DRIVE Family (41)
G-RAID Family (51)
G-SPEED/G-SAFE Family (52)
G-CONNECT (53)
G-MINI (16)
G-SATA (15)
Search
Advanced Search
FAQs
Search our FAQ to find resolutions to common issues.
How many devices can I daisy chain with Thunderbolt 2?

Similar to Thunderbolt 1, Thunderbolt 2 will still support for up to 6 peripherals and will still continue to support USB and FireWire via their respective adapters. 

 


Print  Email  Save  Notify Me  Delete from Favorites 
Article ID: 174 Article Created: 05-01-2014 17:30 PMLast Modified: 05-01-2014 17:30 PM

How well did this article answer your question? 100% 75% 50% 25% 0%

Most Recently Viewed Articles
External Drive Troubleshooting - Mac
Basic steps for troubleshooting your G-Technology external drive on the Mac...
How do I change the RAID settings on my G-RAID mini?
  To change the RAID setting on your G-RAID mini you will need the G-RAID mini RAID Configurator. ...
I recreated my raid using the web GUI but I don't see my hard drive on the desktop
  ...
What RAID settings does G-RAID ship in?
The G-RAID ships in a RAID 0 (Stripe) configuration allowing for increased performance....
How do I know what drive I have data on if both drives show up the same on my desktop?
When utilizing the G-DOCK ev with Thunderbolt in a JBOD configuration, G-Technology recommends that you change the name of the device in the operating system and label each drive independently with the included drive labels....
Formatting NTFS for Windows
 This article contains information on how to format your G-Technology Hard Drive in NTFS for use with Windows....
Formatting your drive for both Mac and Windows using ex-FAT
 This article contains information how to format your G-Technology hard drive for use with both Windows and Mac using the ex-FAT format....
How to format/reformat your drive for Mac (HFS+)
 Follow these steps to format your drive for use on the Mac:...
Quick Setup for G-Technology Products
    ...
What does RAID mean?
 RAID stands for Redundant Array of Independent Disks......