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document Cable Matters 107004 Thunderbolt 3 Docking Station for Windows & Mac Computers
System Requirements: While the Thunderbolt 3 Docking Station utilizes the reversible USB-C connector, it only supports Thunderbolt 3 enabled computers such as the 2016 Macbook Pro. It will not work with computers that are equipped with USB-C but not Thunderbolt 3 such as the Lenovo Yoga...
08 Sep, 2017 Comments: 0
document Cable Matters 201024 USB-C Docking Station Troubleshoot
Symptom: The Docking Station is not functioning properly on a Windows computer with Thunderbolt 3. Symptoms include no video, flickering video, or an unstable USB peripheral connection. Solution: Update BIOS, firmware and drivers from the manufacturer website. For more details,...
06 Jun, 2017 Comments: 0
document Thunderbolt™ 3 Firmware and Driver Updates for Dell Computers
Windows Thunderbolt™ 3 equipped computers may require update of the System BIOS, Thunderbolt™ Firmware, and Thunderbolt™ driver for your cable or adapter to function properly. This article is for Dell computers with Thunderbolt 3. The 2016 Dell XPS laptops with Thunderbolt port, as...
28 Mar, 2017 Comments: 0
document Which port do I have on my device?
With so many connections available on a wide range of devices, it can be confusing to determine the ports or connections your device has. It can also be very frustrating to purchase a cable or adapter only to find out it is not compatible once you receive it. We wanted to go a step beyond the...
rating 22 Mar, 2017
document Using Your iMac as a 2nd Display
Target Display Mode is a feature supported by select iMac desktops that enables an iMac to be used as an additional display for another Mac. The beauty of Target Display Mode is that it allows you to leverage your existing Mac devices to...
rating 12 May, 2016 Comments: 0


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