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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.

 


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