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I HAVE NOT PURCHASED ONE OF THESE!!.ONLY Data media storage sticks. I don't think its called a" Bios Pen Drive" ??
By Norman Bemand on 24 December 2015
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The quick answer is "I don't know" but it might not be "fast" enough as it is a USB2 and to stream big video files you might be better with a USB3? Good luck!
By Bob on 18 May 2016
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To be honest, I don't know whether it would be Vista HP1 compatable. My guess is that it would, as I use fairly recent memory sticks with computers running Windows XP and have never had problems. Try going to the Kingston Website and looking at the specs, or contacting Kingston through their "contact us" section. Hope … see more To be honest, I don't know whether it would be Vista HP1 compatable. My guess is that it would, as I use fairly recent memory sticks with computers running Windows XP and have never had problems. Try going to the Kingston Website and looking at the specs, or contacting Kingston through their "contact us" section. Hope this helps. see less To be honest, I don't know whether it would be Vista HP1 compatable. My guess is that it would, as I use fairly recent memory sticks with computers running Windows XP and have never had problems. Try going to the Kingston Website and looking at the specs, or contacting Kingston through their "contact us" section. Hope this helps.
By Phobos73 on 08 October 2014
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to answer the xbox question: yes it does work with my sons xbox 360 as he stors extra content and some games on it. The frustration packaging is that annoying stuff that is sealed all the way round that has to be cut with scissors to get at. this was simply easy to open.
By tony c. on 30 January 2014
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Sorry I don't know. I use mine on PC's.
By Rich Tea on 16 May 2014
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it plays on any devise that can read the data, check your manual
By peter mahon on 23 April 2016
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Rip or Down load to PC / Laptop as MP3 files then open the music folder and copy & paste the files over
By Busy Bee on 26 January 2014
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Mine has been used regularly to put on text and photo data. All things print well from it. Also it is usually rattling around my bag and so is robust.
By Kindle Customer on 24 January 2014
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Yes, if your TV has a USB port you can use it.
By Madeofbraille on 18 April 2014
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to what
By BRIAN ATKINSON on 03 October 2014