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G-Technology RAID Configurators and Utilities

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G-Technology RAID Configurators & Utilities

  • G-RAID:
    The G-RAID is RAID 0 only and does not support converting the RAID.

  • G-RAID with Thunderbolt (Thunderbolt only):
    The G-RAID with Thunderbolt does not use a configuration tool, it is a Software RAID solution. On macOS it is managed with Disk Utility, please see Answer ID 14042: How to use Disk Utility to Create a RAID 0 Array and Answer ID 14045: How to use Disk Utility to Create a RAID 1 Array. Apple has removed the ability to manage Software RAID drives with the Disk Utility in macOS 10.11 (El Capitan), it can still manage it via the Terminal or using a 3rd party solution called SoftRAID.

  • G-RAID Removable (USB 3.0 only / USB 3.0, FW800 & eSATA):
    Download the G-RAID Removable Utility, select the Downloads by Product tab and expand the G-RAID Removable Utility section

  • G-RAID Removable with Thunderbolt 2 (USB 3.0 and Thunderbolt 2):
    Download the G-RAID Removable with Thunderbolt 2 Utility, select the Downloads by Product tab and expand the G-RAID Removable with Thunderbolt 2 Utility section

  • G-RAID Studio:
    Download the G-RAID Studio RAID Configurator, select the Downloads by Product tab and expand the G-RAID Studio - RAID Configurator section

  • G-Speed Studio (R, XL, Shuttle):
    Download the G-SPEED Studio Utility, select the Downloads by Product tab and expand the G-SPEED Studio Utility section

  • G-RAID Mini:
    Download the G-RAID Mini RAID Configurator, select the Downloads by Product tab and expand the G-RAID Mini - RAID Configurator section

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