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Amazon need to make it clear that these drives do not operate like traditional USB drives
on 16 July 2014
The 32GB USB drive is NOT bootable. This is not mentioned anywhere, but the USB stick can only be used for storing files on. Forget about creating a Windows install USB, a Linux live USB, a recovery USB, or anything else that you can do with any number of cheap USB drives. The firmware on the drive is not updatable, but Sandisk have advised that newer models have a revised firmware which makes the drives show as non-fixed drives. Amazon need to make it clear that these drives do not operate like traditional USB drives.