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Looks like you should be able to. Have a look here https://support.apple.com/en-gb/HT204350.
By Luke on 11 October 2015
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I would advise against despite the fact it might work. As usual, if you stray away from the manufacturer's instructions you do so at your own risk and the tech in question is normally not cheap.
By S. Jameson on 05 February 2015
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No, only the other way around. That is because thunderbolt is built into the logo board, older logic boards can't run thunderbolt because there is no thunderbolt chipset on the Intel logic board and cannot be added either; older architecture.
By Angus Donald on 16 October 2014
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Hello Ali,
it depends on what connection you have into your Samsung drive? I have a thunderbolt connection but I also have two or three other connectors that allows me to connect to USB or firewire. I suspect that you will be better off using USB. The MBP uses USB3 which is very fast and can be backward compatible with… see more
Hello Ali,
it depends on what connection you have into your Samsung drive? I have a thunderbolt connection but I also have two or three other connectors that allows me to connect to USB or firewire. I suspect that you will be better off using USB. The MBP uses USB3 which is very fast and can be backward compatible with other USB connections. see less
Hello Ali,
it depends on what connection you have into your Samsung drive? I have a thunderbolt connection but I also have two or three other connectors that allows me to connect to USB or firewire. I suspect that you will be better off using USB. The MBP uses USB3 which is very fast and can be backward compatible with other USB connections.

By af on 02 June 2015
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works fine with apple thunderbolt to fw800 and then fw400/800 converter. I'm using it on iomeaga hard drive. also works on original iPod which has firewire.
By Geoff Allen on 03 January 2015
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Should be OK, I bought one so I could digitise from all my collection of DV tapes using my SONY GV-D900 MiniDV Recorder/Player. Not got round to it yet though :)
By MODEA on 03 October 2016
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Hi the box bit is female hope that helps
By J. J. Wynne on 15 January 2016
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I used it to 'daisy-chain' a Thunderbolt port/cable with a Firewire cable to rescue data from an old Mac hard drive and it worked great (although it operates at the speed of the slower of the two cables). I'm afraid that I can't confirm whether it works the same way with Windows.
By D. Savage on 15 January 2016
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It should work as I've used to connect audio and storage devices and it appears to the system as a standard FireWire 800 port
By zederbee on 27 June 2016