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I have an older iMac 27" circa 2009 as well as a new MacBook Pro. Can this drive be connected via FW800 to the iMac?
While still using my old iMac 27" circa 2009 with FW800 as well as my new MacBook Pro with Thunderbolt 3. I would like to have all my files in one central location. Can this drive be connected to both the new and the old computer?
Can you partition to use one partition as a Time Capsule and the other 1/2 as external storage? I would set up as Raid 1.
I would want the Time Capsule to work for two different laptops. Ideally I would not need to hook up the second laptop and it could find the drive over the network. Both laptops are MacBook Air 2019
- Asked by James M from Atlanta
- Jun 8, 2020
- Flag as inappropriate Can you partition to use one partition as a Time Capsule and the other 1/2 as external storage? I would set up as Raid 1.
Can I work with my files directly on the hard drive instead of the files o my MacBook hard drive?
I have a MacBook pro with 256 GB capacity, and this doesn't seem enough memory for the work I do, i just had a terrible assessment when I bought my computer, now I'm having big trouble using external hard drives. I saw this dock and I think it is a good solution for me only if a can work directly with the files I have storaged in the dock, so I don't use the computer hard drive with my files.
- Asked by Monica J from Medellin
- Sep 27, 2019
- Flag as inappropriate Can I work with my files directly on the hard drive instead of the files o my MacBook hard drive?
How many watts does this supply the computer it's plugged into?
I've noticed that most Thunderbolt 3 docks only support up to 85W to the computer. Downside is that the new 16-inch needs more than that under load and the battery will drain slowly if it doesn't get more power. Thank you for your help.
- Asked by Robert D from Corvallis
- Dec 28, 2019
- Flag as inappropriate How many watts does this supply the computer it's plugged into?
Can I connect two of the LaCie 16TB units together to create a single 32TB drive?
Am I able to take two of the 16TB devices are connect them via cable so that my Mac will see once massive 32TB drive?
- Asked by Jeff P from Dallas
- Jan 18, 2020
- Flag as inappropriate Can I connect two of the LaCie 16TB units together to create a single 32TB drive?