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What happens when I pull the Thunderbolt cable out of the host
or the G-SPEED Studio R while the host is still powered on?

By disconnecting the Thunderbolt cable from either the host or the G-SPEED Studio R will cause an error that the disk was not ejected properly, this will also spin down the drives.  If you do need to disconnect the Thunderbolt cable, G-Technology suggests to safely eject the G-SPEED Studio R first. Please see the following for safely removing your product.

 


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Article ID: 199 Article Created: 05-27-2014 16:42 PMLast Modified: 05-27-2014 17:09 PM

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