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Confirm the type of USB port on your computer, then choose the appropriate cable to connect your device.
Use the USB-C to USB-C cable if your computer has a USB-C port.
Use the USB-C to USB Type A cable if your computer does not have a USB-C port.
LaCie Rugged RAID Pro is designed to operate using power from the USB connection to your computer. If the USB connection isn’t delivering enough power for Rugged RAID Pro to operate, the power LED blinks.
If the LED light is blinking, connect the power cable to Rugged RAID Pro and then connect the power supply to a live power outlet.
The setup process lets you:
|Register your device||Get the most from your device with easy access to information and support.|
|Install LaCie Toolkit||Manage backup plans, mirror folders, imports from memory cards, and more.|
|Download LaCie RAID Manager||Change RAID levels to optimize Rugged RAID Pro for capacity/speed or protection.|
LaCie Rugged RAID Pro is delivered preformatted as exFAT for compatibility with both Windows and Mac computers. The dual disks are configured for optimal performance using RAID 0. You can change the configuration to RAID 1, which protects data in case one disk fails. Use LaCie RAID Manager to make changes to the RAID. To learn more about RAID levels and changing RAID levels, see Manage RAID.