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Although Apple named it USB-C, it's officially called USB Type-C. USB Type-C does not allow daisy chaining like Thunderbolt or FireWire. That being said, you will need a USB Type-C hub. USB Type-C Hub A USB Type-C hub will likely have: One USB Type-C DFP (Downstream Facing Port) connecting to the host. Multiple USB Type-C UFP (Upstream Facing Ports) ...


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The Yosemite Installer package contains all the divers for all supported models. You are good to go for multiple uses on multiple systems.


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I also ended up looking for good solutions. Thunderbolt 2 supports 20 Gb/s. So it could provide enough reserves for a real usb 3 hub where every port could finally run 5 Gb/s = 640 MB/s. As a single SSD already exceeds the speed of a USB 3 connection, we should not put them through a USB 3 Hub bottleneck to not enforce slowing the transfer rates down. ...


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I looked at the second guide and the actual process is much simpler than the method suggested there. Do the following, it works. Go to Disk Utility, click on your USB drive on the left pane and click on the Info button at the top. Make a note of the Disk Identifier (Disk0, Disk1 etc.). Then, unmount any mounted partitions on your USB drive, but don't eject ...


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The Apple HDMI and VGA USB-C adaptors have USB-C and USB ports as well as the HDMI or VGA port. See here, for example.


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I have been battling the same issue of my USB ports no working when I disconnect from my external monitor and keyboard. I was able to reset my USB ports by resetting the SMC following the steps on the site below. The USB drive needed to be plugged in when resetting, in my case a USB keyboard. I took a couple tries but worked on the second attempt. ...


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I am currently using two identical Blue Yetis on my MacBook Pro under the aggregate device I set up a couple months ago. (see photo) I think the trick might be creating the aggregate first but I have to say: I was panicking because I had a sit-down interview scheduled the next day and I was flailing about in my attempt at getting this set up so... of ...


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You could upload the drivers to a service such as Dropbox...



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