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Old 12-12-2012, 11:25 AM   #20
David Clarke
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Like Jerry I would not trust any of this stuff until it is tried. We have the Gigabyte board with Thunderbolt here and we are getting some new drives in from Lacie to test. They were going to send us one of the thunderbolt drives and then said they would not because it did not yet have Windows drivers. I was surprised because I thought a Thunderbolt drive would just plug in and work like a regular drive but i guess they know their own products. Just means there is more to making Thunderbolt stuff work than just having an interface.
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