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0 of 0 people found the following review helpful.
OK but drawbacks
By Jon Corelis
This seems to be a basically OK functional drive, except that 1) the cord is irritatingly short, and 2) despite the fact that it is called a USB 3.0 compatible drive, I can't get it to work with USB3.0. I just before writing this tried 1) plugging it into a W10 machine that had only USB2.0 ports, and it showed up in the FIle Explorer; 2) plugging it into the USB2.0 port on a W10 machine that had both USB2.0 and USB3.0 ports, and it showed up in the File Explorer, 3) plugging into the USB3.0 port on that same machine, repeatedly, and every time I got an error msg that the device had malfunctioned and it didn't show up in the File Explorer. Other devices have worked fine with that USB3.0 port. Other people may find they can use it with a USB 3.0 port, but my own experience has been as described.
2 of 2 people found the following review helpful.
By Patrick M. Racey
I had trouble with my MAC not seeing this until I called their tech support line. YOU MUST have it directly connected to the computer's USB and NOT into a bus of any kind. Now it works like a charm. good value for the money!
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I think it could be good...
I cannot get this unit to consistently work with Windows 10. Without much support I could find or new drivers to load I've been quite frustrated.