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Windows Thunderbolt Driver Installation (Marvell)

Windows Thunderbolt Driver Installation (Marvell)

  1. Download and double click on GRT_GDPT_GDKT_Marvel_TB_Driver to unzip the file


  2. Unzip the file and double click on drvSetup.exe


  3. The Magni driver Setup page will appear. Click on Next to Continue.


  4. The Choose Components window will appear. Click on Next to Continue.


  5. The Choose Install Location window will appear. Click on Install to Continue.


  6. The Marvell Magni driver will begin installing on our computer.


  7. The Completing Marvell Magni driver Setup Wizard will appear. Click on Finish to complete the installation.




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Article ID: 167 Article Created: 02-04-2014 11:48 AMLast Modified: 02-06-2014 13:11 PM

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