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2 stars for effort,
This review is from: Easy Transfer Cable for Windows Vista (Accessory)
Usually I'm a big fan of Belkin products, so I blame Microsoft for the rubbish software (the hardware itself works without a fault). The only reason I moved to a Vista pc was because my XP's disc had been poorly partitioned and I'd completely run out of space on my logical C drive. Imagine my mood when this software insisted on installing to my XP's C drive AND wanted 500MB of spare disc space to install itself, thank you very much..
When I finally got it installed I couldn't work out for love nor money how to "select individual files or directories" - it seemed to want to transfer everything or nothing. Intuitive it is not.
At that point I gave up and bought myself a Lexar 4GB USB flash drive - also on sale via Amazon - very quick, under my control, completely reusable, and worked fine without me losing my temper!
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Initial post: 10 Feb 2012 14:44:29 GMT
Good point about using the flash drive. I have Windows 7 and was hovering between this and the Windows 7 lead - which is much more expensive. Decided to stick to what I know. Many thanks!
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