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  • markwmsn Level 5 (5,572 points)

    Probably Seagate's own USM-Thunderbolt adapter.

  • Csound1 Level 8 (46,925 points)

    markwmsn wrote:


    Probably Seagate's own USM-Thunderbolt adapter.

    I'll let the OP answer that thanks.

  • Faidoca Level 1 (0 points)

    Yes. Seagate makes a Thunderbolt adapter for thier GoFlex line of external drives. I originally bought the drive as a USB drive, however, since upgrading to a new Macbook Pro (Retina) with Thunderbolt ports, I wanted to utilize the faster IO.


    BTW, I just discovered what the problem was. In order for any seagate drives over 2GB in size to be read through the thunderbolt adapter, a special driver needs to be installed. Since I reformantted the mac, that driver no longer existed on my system, hence the inability to read the drive. I found the driver on the Seagate website, installed it, and all is well now.


    Thanks everyone for the help.

  • Csound1 Level 8 (46,925 points)



    Glad to hear it

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