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Hi Alan,
-There are no USB3 ports on the model you have, so the data connection would default to a USB 2.0 standard, this happens as when we plug a USB 2.0 hub into a a USB 3.20 ported Mac/PC too, it defaults to USB 2.0 because the one link in the chain is slow and bottlenecks the others.
+There are no USB3 ports on the model you have, so the data connection would default to a USB 2.0 standard, this happens as when we plug a USB 2.0 hub into a a USB 3.0 ported Mac/PC too, it defaults to USB 2.0 because the one link in the chain is slow and bottlenecks the others.
If you need some speed!!
I would see if you have another machine on the network, and can copy over the Gigabit ethernet, from that iMac to another machine or NAS that you could copy the files off faster,(something with USB 3.0 or so on…) sounds like a mission but for huge files and editing projects, should save you a ton of time.
Hope This Helps

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Ursprünglicher Beitrag von: Brad ,

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Hi Alan,

There are no USB3 ports on the model you have, so the data connection would default to a USB 2.0 standard, this happens as when we plug a USB 2.0 hub into a a USB 3.20 ported Mac/PC too, it defaults to USB 2.0 because the one link in the chain is slow and bottlenecks the others.

If you need some speed!!

I would see if you have another machine on the network, and can copy over the Gigabit ethernet, from that iMac to another machine or NAS that you could copy the files off faster,(something with USB 3.0 or so on…) sounds like a mission but for huge files and editing projects, should save you a ton of time.

Hope This Helps

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