Hello! Quick question. I have a Mac Mini, it has 1 HDMI port and 1 thunderbolt port. I have a G-Drive external HD which has 2 thunderbolt ports. I have 2 display screens. I want all of these things connected at the same time. I read that the G-Drive allows daisy-chaining (which is why it has 2 thunderbolt ports) and that I can connect one of the displays to the G-Drive and it'll carry the signal through (if I use a thunderbolt>hdmi adapter). However, when I do this, the 2nd display doesn't show anything. I suspect maybe I have the wrong adapter. It's an official apple adapter, but is it possible that I have 'mini displayport > hdmi' adapter rather than a 'thunderbolt > hdmi' adapter? Is there a way to tell if I have the wrong adapter? and if I bought a 'thunderbolt > hdmi' adapter' will it definitely do what I'm intending? Reason I think I might have a 'mini displayport' adapter is because it has this logo on it (on the right) http://i.imgur.com/gJrgVEl.jpg?1 -- does this confirm I have the wrong one? I just went looking for a thunderbolt>hdmi adapter from apple and they don't seem to have one. just mini displayport - so what do i do?