How do I connect my LaCie hard drive to my PC?

How do I connect my LaCie hard drive to my PC?

Install Drivers (Windows Only)

  1. Click Rugged Thunderbolt driver to download the driver.
  2. Unzip the downloaded file.
  3. Double-click Setup.exe.
  4. Follow the steps to complete the wizard.
  5. When prompted, restart your computer.
  6. Connect LaCie Rugged Thunderbolt USB-C to your PC using the Thunderbolt cable (see Getting Connected).

What is LaCie used for?

LaCie Mobile Drive offers up to 5TB of massive on-the-go space for everything worth storing and backing up. Even music, movies, and personal documents. There to help you is LaCie Toolkit—easy-to-use software for one-click backups, scheduled automatic backups, and even folder mirroring across multiple devices.

How fast is the LaCie Mobile Hard Drive?

about 140 MB/s
Specifications. LaCie lists the availability of the Mobile Drive in four capacities: 1TB, 2TB, 4TB, and 5TB. All don’t have an official rating on LaCie’s website, but in testing, they can hit speeds of up to about 140 MB/s. Unlike their SSD counterparts, the Mobile Drive features a shorter 2-year warranty.

Why does my LaCie not work?

Ensure that the interface connectors are properly aligned. Only use certified interface cables, such as the cables provided with your LaCie drive. If you have followed all of these steps and the drive is still not recognized, shut down your computer, wait 3 to 5 minutes, restart your computer and try again.

Are LaCie hard drives compatible with PC?

Yes. The LaCie Fuel is formatted as exFAT which is accessible on both a Mac and a PC.

Do I need to register LaCie?

But it’s not necessary to run the LaCie Setup Assistant to be able to use your drive. The drive just needs to be formatted. Warning: Formatting erases everything on the storage device! You can register your product here if you wish.

Do I need toolkit if I have time machine?

You are able to have a Toolkit Backup and Mirror plan running at the same time. macOS – Backup is not available in Toolkit for macOS, so users will find that Time Machine best meets their backup needs. But Time Machine requires the drive be formatted for macOS only and loses compatibility with Windows.