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How can I boot up my Mac OSX using a USB drive connected to Thunderbolt Station 2?
First Published: 2/9/2015       Last Modified: 2/9/2015      Last Modified by: LL   
Article ID:147

CalDigit Thunderbolt Station 2 does support Mac OSX booting from USB drives with some system requirements.

Products Affected:   Thunderbolt Station, TS2 - Thunderbolt Station 2

The following items must be met before you can boot off Mac OSX from a USB drive connected to Thunderbolt Station 2.

1. The booting partition must be GPT format. (GUID Partition Table).
2. The Mac OSX on the USB boot drive must be OS X 10.9.2 Mavericks, or later.
3. Your Mac machine must be "Late 2013" or later. From the Finder menu, please check Apple -> About This Mac for more information.
4. Please ensure you always have the latest firmware on your Mac computer.

Keywords : USB 3.0, boot up