Flash Drive 64GB USB Flash Drives 5 Pack USB 2.0 Thumb Drive Jump Drive Pen Drive Bulk Memory Sticks Zip Drives Swivel Design Yellow/Red/Blue/Green/Black (5 Pcs Mixed Color)
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Like any other flash drive on the market today, this thumb drive works in the same way. With a USB port, it can be used with a PC and many tablets.
Generally, the default format for flash drives is FAT32 for those with 32GB of storage or less, and exFAT for those larger than 64GB. FAT32, exFAT, and NTFS are the three formats you can choose from.
These thumb drives each contain 64 GB of storage.
It lasted four months and recently went down (either a hardware issue or it 'suddenly' corrupted), so it has a problem. Make sure to be careful with important files if you are going to use it.
Selected User Reviews For Flash Drive 64GB USB Flash Drives 5 Pack USB 2.0 Thumb Drive Jump Drive Pen Drive Bulk Memory Sticks Zip Drives Swivel Design Yellow/Red/Blue/Green/Black (5 Pcs Mixed Color)
I regret to inform users that after only a few weeks of use, they should not buy any flash drives from this company. The initial review I wrote was favorable, despite the fact that the files were not written quickly. In addition, one failed to work well with the USB port, and files written to these drives are often corrupted, as I discovered when transferring my files to my new computer. Files in a number of folders were corrupted, and problems were also transferred to the new laptop. A virus is not present. This was my first time buying two new flash drives. I had an older Memorex 32 gig drive that was nearly full, so I bought these two. To make room and access ALL the problem folders on the memorex drive, I off-loaded a bunch of files. My issue is with the memory sticks made by this company, not the folders and files I tested on my new laptop as part of the quality control process.
Buy a name brand brand, as Windows 10 and FreeNAS cannot read them correctly. If you wiggle it, you can lose connection because the plug is flimsy.
The answer is NO. I recommend that you buy. This program is very unpredictable, frequently losing files outright, as well as corrupting them. However, the entire onboard filing system must be addressed. Initially, the device worked, but then it started experiencing high performance degradation and finally crashed. It took about five months of very light usage for the particles to accumulate. Of all the USB drives I have ever used, these were the worst. Don't buy, not even a paperweight.
The problem is that they write slowly, but they make a mess of your files. So I loaded some music files nicely numbered, and made sure everything was fine. After a lot of frustration with these, I transferred them to a trusted brand flash drive and now everything is fine.
These are a waste of money. It was a big let down. The money I spent is worth $60.
A total waste of time. You should buy something else. Four out of the five included drives were not able to be formatted on either Mac or Windows machines - disc scanning revealed bad sectors on four of the drives. A partition wipe, multiple formats (exFAT, NTFS, Mac OS Extended, etc. ) all failed to work, resulting in only three of five drives being able to be formatted or used. Due to the fact that I was on the last day for returns, I was not allowed to return. A total waste of money. I would give it zero stars if possible.
32 GB would be possible. There is only 32 GB of storage on each of the flash drives I received. Despite the fact that two months have passed, I just now realized this. My only concern was that both of them work when I first received them. I put them on a shelf for a while and then forgot about them. Still, they do work, so I will not criticize them. This is true for both my Windows 10 computer and my Android phone. I have not experienced any problems with them. However, they're only 32 GB in size. If you get the cups on a particular day, it would be good to check the capacity.
These cards are used to boot a Linux-based diagnostic, but they do not always appear after the boot process ends, so they must be pulled out and reinserted in order to run the test. With another USB stick, I did not experience that issue. I've been using them as a standard storage device in Windows and they seem to work fine. We witnessed this problem on two different PCs, both AMD and Intel based. My Seller reached out to me about doing further testing booting Linux, but sadly, the other USB stick has been given to a coworker who has not returned to the test site. The Seller did try to make this right, so I am rating them a 5.