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Yes, you can. Connect the two Macs with the Thunderbolt cable, restart the source Mac while holding the T key and open Migration Assistant on the target Mac.
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Yes. The cabling is exactly the same in both Thunderbolt 1 and Thunderbolt 2. As long as both devices support it, you'll get the faster 20Gbps speed.
Got a Dell Precision M4500 for my dad. It has a VGA port and a displayport...he likes a big screen so he can see it better. Have a 27" thunderbolt display. What cable do I use to connect the 2?
If you upgrade to a new computer one that doesn't have a express card for your laptop then you have to use the thunderbolt option. What I want to know is what adaptor do you use to connect the UAD card to the thunderbolt cable.
Hi. I am planning to purchase a new macbook pro since the keyboard of my old one broke. I remember when I first bought this macbook pro, I also bought a cable that transferred all files to from my Macbook. Will this cable do the same things and transfer all files? I am not a tech-person, so I really don't understand the description. It would be great if you could help me. And if this isn't the product, will you please suggest what cable is good for transferring files?
I have tried a mini display port cable and it doesn't work.
I want to use an Aug 2011 iMac (21.5 inch) as a second display with a new Mac Book Air.
Is this possible with a Thunderbolt cable?
You can use any iMac with a Thunderbolt port as an external monitor for another Mac that has a Thunderbolt port as well. If you have the education-only model of the 21.5" iMac that started selling in august of 2011, you're out of luck, because it has not Thunderbolt port.
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It would appear so, search for Apple article HT204592 on "Target Display Mode" and you should see how to make this work.
While this should work, it would be more affordable to purchase a regular miniDP cable to achieve what you are inquiring.