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Speed ruins the perfect keychain USB.,
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This review is from: Kingston Technology 32 GB USB 2.0 DataTraveler SE9H Flash Drive with Metal Casing (Accessory)
Despite the excellent design and size of it, it has unbelievably poor data speed when transferring any content larger than 500mb.
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Initial post: 29 Oct 2013 17:18:50 GMT
What you must do to get normal hard drive speeds is convert your USB from FAT32 to NTFS (your normal Windows drive type).
For Windows power users only, this is recommended as you get many limits removed (speed, filesize limit, damaged sections). It is a simple task of writing a basic command in the Windows CMD.
Official Windows Tutorial (Technet)
SImplified explanation (Q&A) by official NTFS Group.
PS: This IS NOT RECOMMENDED if you use your USB on a MAC OR LINUX PC. Other OS's CANNOT RECOGNISE NTFS!!!! ONLY do this if you are a WINDOWS power user!
If you are not, then you should buy a SATA drive.
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