That doesn't do anything that you can't already do with a 2.5" HDD, a SATA to USB cable and a powered hub.GTR2Fan wrote:http://store.wdc.com/store/wdus/en_US/D ... d.13096100
A duff SD card was my gut feeling too.RaTTuS wrote:are yoou sure you do not have a fake SDcard
I am just offering another option.DirkS wrote:That's assuming you have a working network connection.Speedwell68 wrote:You can SSH into your RPI across your network from Windows using a program called Putty.
Since the OP mentions configuring the interface that may not be the case...
Macs are x86 based PCs, just like any other x86 based PC, an RPI is notMartinPi wrote:You technically can't run Mac OS on a normal PC either without hackintoshingkusti8 wrote:You can't run OSX on a Pi.