Crawl how? Please be more specific.So far 2 drives cause the imac pro to crawl. One is newer technologies hub and the other one is older unit.
Blows my mind
Except that software issues can cause permanent hardware damage. Such as heating up the CPU for extended periods while the fans are off.Could be bad drivers/OSX support. Does other USB drives also slow down your iMac Pro, or just these? Try bringing your USB hard drives to the Mac Store, if they have an iMac Pro on display there, and see if it's a general issue.
The drivers/software for iMac Pro still have some bugs, which leads to some people thinking there's some hardware issue with their iMac Pros, when it's not the case. It would try this, before going through the process of getting a new unit.
Must be the fumes from the silly trees they have in the store now.I did bring my hard drives to apple store. I did ask the apple store technicians to test my imac pro w other hard drives. They refused.
They don't do anything that is not protocol. They did say there must be something wrong w yours though.
What a pain.
it must be this one computer so I am getting it exchanged by the dealer...
Seriously though, WTF happened to Apple's excellent customer service? I remember my 17" MBP taking an end-over-end tumble down some stairs in 2010. It was out-of-warranty, but they gladly fixed it anyway (3 days). Plus the final bill was only half what they'd quoted me despite the fact that they'd obviously cloned my HD into a higher-spec refurbished model.