Lost 3 month’s worth of work. Help is much appreciated The ability to record to thumb drives would be awesome, without having to attach an external USB drive, cables and power supply. Users browsing this forum: How to install sound card drivers?

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This is an excellent method for portable recording.

Try holding the cable still and gently poking the connectors at each end and see if a disconnect happens. The time now is G-Tech Thunderbolt drives DO need an external power supply – they have a connector on the back for one. They do use an external power supply that’s fairly small and is a line lump and not a wall wart.

I average about Any good drive will have an external power supply assuming one isn’t already built in.

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Our new article section – find out all you need to know with these easy to understand and helpful articles The one I bought is upgradable Darryl Size fladh the drive doesn’t matter – that’s just a form factor. Find all posts by Dism. What is your fascination with ECC in your first post??


You still can find thunderbolt drives without external power supply ProTools only lets these sticks be used eevice a transfer volumn.

I guess i will put the installers too for fast access: Larry O, this doesn’t answer your question directly, but here’s a link you might be interested to read: Bus powered drives are very nice for portable applications, less cable mess to deal with, they even handle AC power glitches when use with latops etc. Is the caching in PTHD sufficient to make drive speed a non-issue for multi-track recording, as long as you’re recording less data than the cache amount?

And my sample drives are large enough I have partitions for Carbon Copy Cloner clones of my system drive partitions. Switch to mobile style.

Back up what’s on there and send it for repair. How much space do you need on the drive. Does it need to band portable or used on another system? Have you looked at the transfer rates?

Whether it’s an inline lump or a wall wart I don’t know.


It is really that simple. Inside is resets to factory and repair options if you have problems with them. Do you guys recommend any good thunderbolt drive without the power supply connection?

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Send a private message to Darryl Ramm. I had it for 2 years and never gave clash such random faulty ejects messages I learned the hard way a couple of years back about not keeping up to date with my backups. It would be nice to be more mobile using a stick instead. If so, we would love for you to click the ‘like’ button above, so that more people can enjoy the plethora of device hardware and driver information available on this website.

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