• Kingston DataTraveler Micro 3.1 64GB USB 3.0 Compatible Hi-Speed up to 100MB/s Ultra-Small Metal Case Flash Drive (DTMC3/64GB) - Silver
  • Kingston DataTraveler Micro 3.1 64GB USB 3.0 Compatible Hi-Speed up to 100MB/s Ultra-Small Metal Case Flash Drive (DTMC3/64GB) - Silver
  • Kingston DataTraveler Micro 3.1 64GB USB 3.0 Compatible Hi-Speed up to 100MB/s Ultra-Small Metal Case Flash Drive (DTMC3/64GB) - Silver
  • Kingston DataTraveler Micro 3.1 64GB USB 3.0 Compatible Hi-Speed up to 100MB/s Ultra-Small Metal Case Flash Drive (DTMC3/64GB) - Silver
  • Kingston DataTraveler Micro 3.1 64GB USB 3.0 Compatible Hi-Speed up to 100MB/s Ultra-Small Metal Case Flash Drive (DTMC3/64GB) - Silver
  • Kingston DataTraveler Micro 3.1 64GB USB 3.0 Compatible Hi-Speed up to 100MB/s Ultra-Small Metal Case Flash Drive (DTMC3/64GB) - Silver
  • Kingston DataTraveler Micro 3.1 64GB USB 3.0 Compatible Hi-Speed up to 100MB/s Ultra-Small Metal Case Flash Drive (DTMC3/64GB) - Silver
Kingston DataTraveler Micro 3.1 64GB USB 3.0 Compatible Hi-Speed up to 100MB/s Ultra-Small Metal Case Flash Drive (DTMC3/64GB) - Silver
Kingston DataTraveler Micro 3.1 64GB USB 3.0 Compatible Hi-Speed up to 100MB/s Ultra-Small Metal Case Flash Drive (DTMC3/64GB) - Silver
Kingston DataTraveler Micro 3.1 64GB USB 3.0 Compatible Hi-Speed up to 100MB/s Ultra-Small Metal Case Flash Drive (DTMC3/64GB) - Silver
Kingston DataTraveler Micro 3.1 64GB USB 3.0 Compatible Hi-Speed up to 100MB/s Ultra-Small Metal Case Flash Drive (DTMC3/64GB) - Silver
Kingston DataTraveler Micro 3.1 64GB USB 3.0 Compatible Hi-Speed up to 100MB/s Ultra-Small Metal Case Flash Drive (DTMC3/64GB) - Silver
Kingston DataTraveler Micro 3.1 64GB USB 3.0 Compatible Hi-Speed up to 100MB/s Ultra-Small Metal Case Flash Drive (DTMC3/64GB) - Silver
Kingston DataTraveler Micro 3.1 64GB USB 3.0 Compatible Hi-Speed up to 100MB/s Ultra-Small Metal Case Flash Drive (DTMC3/64GB) - Silver

Kingston DataTraveler Micro 3.1 64GB USB 3.0 Compatible Hi-Speed up to 100MB/s Ultra-Small Metal Case Flash Drive (DTMC3/64GB) - Silver

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  • Ultra-small, capless design with metal casing
  • USB 3.1 Gen 1 (USB 3.0) speeds
  • Available from 16GB - 128GB of expanded storage for tablets, notebooks and more
  • 5-year warranty with free technical support

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Very small, appears very sturdy, and works well.I wanted a USB drive I could place on my car key ring, mainly to ensure that I don't drive away from a client location with my USB drive still in their computer. I've had to have them pulled out and mailed back to me several times.This unit is VERY small, looks pretty tough, is reasonably priced, and is very non-intrusive on a key ring. It's much, much smaller than the car's remote-control key fob, and very light. It requires some attention to get it into the USB port on a computer, but that's not a negative....it's exactly what you want and expect if you want something very tiny that does not intrude on the key ring.I couldn't be happier....it's exactly what I wanted, and if I end up leaving it in a computer somewhere, I'm walking home because the car is not starting! 5Drive components fell out of enclosure - lost foreverIt is a very small, open drive. I had it for a couple years before one day I noticed the internal components were missing. They must have fallen out at some point, somewhere down the road, to never be found again. With the "guts" lost, I am left with an empty metal casing to remind me of all my confidential files lost to the wild. I wish they had thought a little bit about securing the innards of the drive to the enclosure. Moral of the story: don't care this around on your keychain thinking it will last for more than a couple years.1DECELERATES on a continuous stream of pseudo-random digitsDon't ask, but do tell (me) that I had an unusual use for this. A continuous stream of zeros seemed to work just fine (fifty-one minutes to fill the drive), but throwing in the pseudo-random part got me to part-way there, then 31% came, and didn't went..., and I finally concluded that 32% was just out of reach. I was definitely never going to get to 100%, not in a few days anyway.This is definitely a non-standard use, but not an unfamiliar one for me. I've done same to _many_ USB flash drives, and prefer Kingston ones. Other than a handful of premature drive failures with SanDisk years ago, this has been the only drive from any vendor to trouble me.I'm reluctantly and tentatively concluding that there's something in this model's controller firmware that's optimized for some standard use (data-piping large blocks for large files? parallelizing I/O? whatever), and absolutely sub-optimal for mine.So if you're going to just "use it", read & write files, then it's probably fine. But fringe users perhaps should look elsewhere.2Nice size and design but horrible write performanceThe Kingston Micro 3.1 offers decent read performance and, unlike many of its competitors, is actually keyring friendly. But the write performance is worse than many USB 2.0 drives. Kingston is an American company and generally offers reliable well engineered products. But, despite costing more than most of its competitors, this drive has horrible write performance. The performance, as you can see in the attached screenshot montage, offered decent read speeds of just over 100 MB/s but write speeds were below 20 MB/s. The Transcend 64GB JetFlash 710 USB 3.0/3.1 Flash Drive (TS64GJF710S) offers much better write performance but is a "form over function" design and doesn't fit as well on a typical keyring. The much larger Samsung 64GB USB 3.0 Flash Drive (MUF-64BA/AM) is very poorly shaped and even less keyring friendly than the Transcend. The Samsung 64GB USB 3.0 Flash Drive Fit (MUF-64BB/AM) offers much better performance but won't fit securely on a keyring. And the SanDisk Ultra Fit 64GB USB 3.0 Flash Drive (SDCZ43-064G-GAM46) [Newest Version] doesn't offer anything worthwhile unless you value its ability to perhaps melt the USB port in your computer as gets very hot.So, in summary, if you don't need it on a keyring, get the Samsung Fit instead. If you do want it on a keyring, and can live with really slow write performance, this is at least one option. Otherwise keep looking.For the geeks out there, I did all the testing on a motherboard USB 3.0 port (not a hub) on a fast i7/SSD desktop system with nothing else running or sharing USB 3 resources. All the drives were new and formatted with exFAT.2Slow, but really convenient This device is amazing, high capacity and super tiny.Pros: fits on my keychainCons: terrible read/write speeds (as to be expected out of a device like this)If you need fast read write speeds, you can't get a drive of this physical size. If you need something small and sleek to store basic data, look no farther! 4Not 100 MB/s more like 10 MB/sFor a USB 3.0 advertised ast 100 MB/s this did not do that.I have it plugged into a USB3.0 SSD port on my Gigabyte Brix Running a i7 Gen 5 intel chipsetas you can see no go. max.....MAX speed is 10 MB/sthats pretty slow for a 3.0 Device. I have a usb 2.0 that out performs that in a 3.0 PortId run a bench test but why....its slow obviously. I should have stuck with the Samsung 3.0 fit. Those bad boys are faster.1Perfect if you want a SUPER SMALL drive! Smaller than a quarter!It's fast. It's very small. Literally smaller than a quarter. It holds enough data to be useful. The only drawback is that it's small size means that it can be difficult to actually insert and remove from your computer. If that's a concern, then I recommend the Kingston DTSE9G2 here:https://www.amazon.com/Kingston-Digital-Traveler-DTSE9G2-64GBET/dp/B00URLZTYO/It's slightly longer, but still very small and compact. Fits on a key ring just fine. The extra length just makes it much easier to insert and remove if that's a concern.5Fantastic travel drive This guy is holding up quite well! I'm an active IT type guy and always need my software toolkit with me, which this provides. Specifically, I keep it on my key chain, which moves around a lot obviously. It's dented very, very slightly on the top of the USB end (the side opposite of the contact), which does virtually nothing to the connection. It also is quite scratched from the ports themselves (two streaked lines on both sides), which also means nothing to me.When I received it, as I always do, I benched it. I got 101.5MB/s read, 46.82MB/s write @ 5 passes of 1GB sequential data. While this does obviously exceed specified speeds, it still ends up being a bit slower than I'd like, especially since I'm using my Patriot Rage.If you want speed, go for a Patriot drive. If you want a drive to travel with that will take a significant amount of abuse, this is definitely what you want! 5Very fast from USB 3.1 Kingston Flash to Computer with a USB 3.0/3.1 portVery small, put a shoe string through the loop so I don't loose it, also makes it easier to put in and remove. Formatted from FAT32 to NTSF. As a test, first moved a 6.5 GB file from my USB 3.0 computer (with 3.1 enabled in bios) to the Kingston Micro USB 3.1, took about 7 to 8 minutes. Then transferred the same file from the USB 3.1 Kingston flash, plugged into a , now, USB 3.1 port, it took about 6 seconds. I bought the 16 GB Micro to verify if it would actually be worth buying the larger one. On my old Vista x64 bit, it normally takes 20 to 30 minutes to move a comparable file from a flash drive to the USB 2.0 computer. USB 3.0 more than cut that time seemingly in half, the Kingston Digital Micro, has cut that time to seconds from the USB 3.1 Micro plugged into my USB 3.1 port. In short, it seems to be, in my case, a one directional advantage, the only benefit I see, is moving the files from the Kingston Digital 16GB DTMicro USB 3.1/3.0, plugged into my 3.1 port, to the computer. When coping BACK to the Kingston, either from 3.0 or 3.1, takes 7 to 8 minutes. Still faster the USB 2.0, and still saves much time, when moving large files, for example, JPEG and RAW camera files from flash drive to the computer. I am so impressed, I will most likely buy the larger Kingston's as a couple of hours of photos, will fill this 16GB up in a hurry. Someday will get a USB 3.1 laptop and a USB 3.1 Camera Card reader, and a USB 3.1 PCI card for my computer, to get true 10x more speed in both directions, making data transfer waiting times 'a thing of the past'.5Worst Flash Drive of My LifeHate this thing. I've never in my life had an issue with a flash drive, but this little guy has caused problems at every turn. I originally used it to play music in a Ford Sync equipped vehicle, but after a week of use the music started skipping like I was listening to a CD. Two more weeks and the drive wasn't recognized at all. I threw it in the desk drawer and bought a Samsung Flash drive which hasn't missed a single beat since.Fast forward a year, and I decide try this little guy again for use as storage for pictures in a digital picture frame. After about a month of use my pictures started coming up distorted - with colors all out of line. I added all of our wedding pictures on the drive last night - and twice during the upload (only about 10 GB - which should be fine considering this is a 64 GB drive) it crashed and I had to re-scan the drive for errors. I finally got all the pictures loaded, brought the drive to work, and now the picture frame doesn't recognize the drive. GREAT.This will be going in the trash can. It obviously isn't dependable enough to store files of any value to me. Do not waste your time with this flash drive...1very very SLOW and HORRIBLE writing performanceI was using "Corsair Flash Voyager Vega 32GB USB 3.0" and it has a really fantastic writing/reading performance, but it was time to upgrade to 64GB so I said lets try Kingston, I had a good past with this company's products.At first it has an amazing reading speed! even better than the Corsair's, but it has the most horrible writing performance ever.I got a cheep old SanDisk USB 2.0 that can write much faster in a constant speed.Its not just the speed issue, there are hiccups and pauses in writing, you will never get a constant speed.I'm really disappointed. y u do this Kingston, I used to love you :(I don't recommenced it at all and I'm really unhappy with this product. I gave it one more star because it has a nice reading speed.you can see the mountains it draws while writing in the attached picture, the speed always jump from 8 to 16 then goes down again to 8.and yes I tested it with various PCs with USB 3.0 ports2Get something else Got it to put in my car audio thinking its small size and metal construction would make it both unobtrusive and reliable. Well, it's unobtrusive but not reliable. It keeps getting corrupted. I've reformatted from scratch a couple times, copied all the audio back over and it works fine for about 6 months and then starts losing its little mind again. First time I thought it was the cold weather, then the hot weather... Whatever, I'm tired of messing with it and am getting something else to replace it. I recommend you pass on this item. 1Unreliable, bad form factor, performance is bad I've had this for a while and I am finally giving up. It frequently and unpredictably will not work on some computers and hubs some of the time. It has done this since it was a couple months old. I also do not like the form factor, it's designed to be put on a keychain, but the opening is not large enough for my key ring. Finally, the transfer performance is not nearly where a usb3 key should be.I've been a longtime user of Kingston products, but this product will have me looking elsewhere for my next usb key. 1Bought for keysmartBought this to upgrade my Keysmart with a larger capacity USB. This is thicker than the Lacie Mini Key USB that I had, but at 128GB vs 32GB I'm happy with the results... Plus, I kept the Lacie Mini Key USB on my Keysmart to continue to handle temp file transfers, while this 128GB USB can be used to store my encrypted personal database.I did have to gently tap it onto the Keysmart with a hammer, cause the hole was just a 'smidge' too small for the Keysmart hinge pin (whatever you wanna call it). But it didn't break or compromise the USB at all, it just chipped a little sliver out of the aluminum along the hole. It swivels on the Keysmart just fine.I'd have preferred a higher density Lacie Mini Key or equivalent, but nobody makes anything like it that is worth the money/risk, so all in all I'm a very happy camper.5Why Does it Cause Issues When Plugged in at Startup? I like the size of this product--I was looking for something compact for my laptop, and it fits the bill. I've had only one odd issue so far--when I have the drive plugged in while starting up, issues arise. On my laptop, for example, it fails to start the operating system. On my desktop, the desktop tries to run some kind of maintenance thing that fails before letting me into the OS. It's a bit of a nuisance, but otherwise, this serves the purpose that I wanted. For now.Gets rather hot. We know heat is an issue for electronics, so this should have been ironed out as a problem. 2
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Very small, appears very sturdy, and works well.I wanted a USB drive I could place on my car key ring, mainly to ensure that I don't drive away from a client location with my USB drive still in their computer. I've had to have them pulled out and mailed back to me several times.This unit is VERY small, looks pretty tough, is reasonably priced, and is very non-intrusive on a key ring. It's much, much smaller than the car's remote-control key fob, and very light. It requires some attention to get it into the USB port on a computer, but that's not a negative....it's exactly what you want and expect if you want something very tiny that does not intrude on the key ring.I couldn't be happier....it's exactly what I wanted, and if I end up leaving it in a computer somewhere, I'm walking home because the car is not starting! 5Drive components fell out of enclosure - lost foreverIt is a very small, open drive. I had it for a couple years before one day I noticed the internal components were missing. They must have fallen out at some point, somewhere down the road, to never be found again. With the "guts" lost, I am left with an empty metal casing to remind me of all my confidential files lost to the wild. I wish they had thought a little bit about securing the innards of the drive to the enclosure. Moral of the story: don't care this around on your keychain thinking it will last for more than a couple years.1DECELERATES on a continuous stream of pseudo-random digitsDon't ask, but do tell (me) that I had an unusual use for this. A continuous stream of zeros seemed to work just fine (fifty-one minutes to fill the drive), but throwing in the pseudo-random part got me to part-way there, then 31% came, and didn't went..., and I finally concluded that 32% was just out of reach. I was definitely never going to get to 100%, not in a few days anyway.This is definitely a non-standard use, but not an unfamiliar one for me. I've done same to _many_ USB flash drives, and prefer Kingston ones. Other than a handful of premature drive failures with SanDisk years ago, this has been the only drive from any vendor to trouble me.I'm reluctantly and tentatively concluding that there's something in this model's controller firmware that's optimized for some standard use (data-piping large blocks for large files? parallelizing I/O? whatever), and absolutely sub-optimal for mine.So if you're going to just "use it", read & write files, then it's probably fine. But fringe users perhaps should look elsewhere.2Nice size and design but horrible write performanceThe Kingston Micro 3.1 offers decent read performance and, unlike many of its competitors, is actually keyring friendly. But the write performance is worse than many USB 2.0 drives. Kingston is an American company and generally offers reliable well engineered products. But, despite costing more than most of its competitors, this drive has horrible write performance. The performance, as you can see in the attached screenshot montage, offered decent read speeds of just over 100 MB/s but write speeds were below 20 MB/s. The Transcend 64GB JetFlash 710 USB 3.0/3.1 Flash Drive (TS64GJF710S) offers much better write performance but is a "form over function" design and doesn't fit as well on a typical keyring. The much larger Samsung 64GB USB 3.0 Flash Drive (MUF-64BA/AM) is very poorly shaped and even less keyring friendly than the Transcend. The Samsung 64GB USB 3.0 Flash Drive Fit (MUF-64BB/AM) offers much better performance but won't fit securely on a keyring. And the SanDisk Ultra Fit 64GB USB 3.0 Flash Drive (SDCZ43-064G-GAM46) [Newest Version] doesn't offer anything worthwhile unless you value its ability to perhaps melt the USB port in your computer as gets very hot.So, in summary, if you don't need it on a keyring, get the Samsung Fit instead. If you do want it on a keyring, and can live with really slow write performance, this is at least one option. Otherwise keep looking.For the geeks out there, I did all the testing on a motherboard USB 3.0 port (not a hub) on a fast i7/SSD desktop system with nothing else running or sharing USB 3 resources. All the drives were new and formatted with exFAT.2Slow, but really convenient This device is amazing, high capacity and super tiny.Pros: fits on my keychainCons: terrible read/write speeds (as to be expected out of a device like this)If you need fast read write speeds, you can't get a drive of this physical size. If you need something small and sleek to store basic data, look no farther! 4Not 100 MB/s more like 10 MB/sFor a USB 3.0 advertised ast 100 MB/s this did not do that.I have it plugged into a USB3.0 SSD port on my Gigabyte Brix Running a i7 Gen 5 intel chipsetas you can see no go. max.....MAX speed is 10 MB/sthats pretty slow for a 3.0 Device. I have a usb 2.0 that out performs that in a 3.0 PortId run a bench test but why....its slow obviously. I should have stuck with the Samsung 3.0 fit. Those bad boys are faster.1Perfect if you want a SUPER SMALL drive! Smaller than a quarter!It's fast. It's very small. Literally smaller than a quarter. It holds enough data to be useful. The only drawback is that it's small size means that it can be difficult to actually insert and remove from your computer. If that's a concern, then I recommend the Kingston DTSE9G2 here:https://www.amazon.com/Kingston-Digital-Traveler-DTSE9G2-64GBET/dp/B00URLZTYO/It's slightly longer, but still very small and compact. Fits on a key ring just fine. The extra length just makes it much easier to insert and remove if that's a concern.5Fantastic travel drive This guy is holding up quite well! I'm an active IT type guy and always need my software toolkit with me, which this provides. Specifically, I keep it on my key chain, which moves around a lot obviously. It's dented very, very slightly on the top of the USB end (the side opposite of the contact), which does virtually nothing to the connection. It also is quite scratched from the ports themselves (two streaked lines on both sides), which also means nothing to me.When I received it, as I always do, I benched it. I got 101.5MB/s read, 46.82MB/s write @ 5 passes of 1GB sequential data. While this does obviously exceed specified speeds, it still ends up being a bit slower than I'd like, especially since I'm using my Patriot Rage.If you want speed, go for a Patriot drive. If you want a drive to travel with that will take a significant amount of abuse, this is definitely what you want! 5Very fast from USB 3.1 Kingston Flash to Computer with a USB 3.0/3.1 portVery small, put a shoe string through the loop so I don't loose it, also makes it easier to put in and remove. Formatted from FAT32 to NTSF. As a test, first moved a 6.5 GB file from my USB 3.0 computer (with 3.1 enabled in bios) to the Kingston Micro USB 3.1, took about 7 to 8 minutes. Then transferred the same file from the USB 3.1 Kingston flash, plugged into a , now, USB 3.1 port, it took about 6 seconds. I bought the 16 GB Micro to verify if it would actually be worth buying the larger one. On my old Vista x64 bit, it normally takes 20 to 30 minutes to move a comparable file from a flash drive to the USB 2.0 computer. USB 3.0 more than cut that time seemingly in half, the Kingston Digital Micro, has cut that time to seconds from the USB 3.1 Micro plugged into my USB 3.1 port. In short, it seems to be, in my case, a one directional advantage, the only benefit I see, is moving the files from the Kingston Digital 16GB DTMicro USB 3.1/3.0, plugged into my 3.1 port, to the computer. When coping BACK to the Kingston, either from 3.0 or 3.1, takes 7 to 8 minutes. Still faster the USB 2.0, and still saves much time, when moving large files, for example, JPEG and RAW camera files from flash drive to the computer. I am so impressed, I will most likely buy the larger Kingston's as a couple of hours of photos, will fill this 16GB up in a hurry. Someday will get a USB 3.1 laptop and a USB 3.1 Camera Card reader, and a USB 3.1 PCI card for my computer, to get true 10x more speed in both directions, making data transfer waiting times 'a thing of the past'.5Worst Flash Drive of My LifeHate this thing. I've never in my life had an issue with a flash drive, but this little guy has caused problems at every turn. I originally used it to play music in a Ford Sync equipped vehicle, but after a week of use the music started skipping like I was listening to a CD. Two more weeks and the drive wasn't recognized at all. I threw it in the desk drawer and bought a Samsung Flash drive which hasn't missed a single beat since.Fast forward a year, and I decide try this little guy again for use as storage for pictures in a digital picture frame. After about a month of use my pictures started coming up distorted - with colors all out of line. I added all of our wedding pictures on the drive last night - and twice during the upload (only about 10 GB - which should be fine considering this is a 64 GB drive) it crashed and I had to re-scan the drive for errors. I finally got all the pictures loaded, brought the drive to work, and now the picture frame doesn't recognize the drive. GREAT.This will be going in the trash can. It obviously isn't dependable enough to store files of any value to me. Do not waste your time with this flash drive...1very very SLOW and HORRIBLE writing performanceI was using "Corsair Flash Voyager Vega 32GB USB 3.0" and it has a really fantastic writing/reading performance, but it was time to upgrade to 64GB so I said lets try Kingston, I had a good past with this company's products.At first it has an amazing reading speed! even better than the Corsair's, but it has the most horrible writing performance ever.I got a cheep old SanDisk USB 2.0 that can write much faster in a constant speed.Its not just the speed issue, there are hiccups and pauses in writing, you will never get a constant speed.I'm really disappointed. y u do this Kingston, I used to love you :(I don't recommenced it at all and I'm really unhappy with this product. I gave it one more star because it has a nice reading speed.you can see the mountains it draws while writing in the attached picture, the speed always jump from 8 to 16 then goes down again to 8.and yes I tested it with various PCs with USB 3.0 ports2Get something else Got it to put in my car audio thinking its small size and metal construction would make it both unobtrusive and reliable. Well, it's unobtrusive but not reliable. It keeps getting corrupted. I've reformatted from scratch a couple times, copied all the audio back over and it works fine for about 6 months and then starts losing its little mind again. First time I thought it was the cold weather, then the hot weather... Whatever, I'm tired of messing with it and am getting something else to replace it. I recommend you pass on this item. 1Unreliable, bad form factor, performance is bad I've had this for a while and I am finally giving up. It frequently and unpredictably will not work on some computers and hubs some of the time. It has done this since it was a couple months old. I also do not like the form factor, it's designed to be put on a keychain, but the opening is not large enough for my key ring. Finally, the transfer performance is not nearly where a usb3 key should be.I've been a longtime user of Kingston products, but this product will have me looking elsewhere for my next usb key. 1Bought for keysmartBought this to upgrade my Keysmart with a larger capacity USB. This is thicker than the Lacie Mini Key USB that I had, but at 128GB vs 32GB I'm happy with the results... Plus, I kept the Lacie Mini Key USB on my Keysmart to continue to handle temp file transfers, while this 128GB USB can be used to store my encrypted personal database.I did have to gently tap it onto the Keysmart with a hammer, cause the hole was just a 'smidge' too small for the Keysmart hinge pin (whatever you wanna call it). But it didn't break or compromise the USB at all, it just chipped a little sliver out of the aluminum along the hole. It swivels on the Keysmart just fine.I'd have preferred a higher density Lacie Mini Key or equivalent, but nobody makes anything like it that is worth the money/risk, so all in all I'm a very happy camper.5Why Does it Cause Issues When Plugged in at Startup? I like the size of this product--I was looking for something compact for my laptop, and it fits the bill. I've had only one odd issue so far--when I have the drive plugged in while starting up, issues arise. On my laptop, for example, it fails to start the operating system. On my desktop, the desktop tries to run some kind of maintenance thing that fails before letting me into the OS. It's a bit of a nuisance, but otherwise, this serves the purpose that I wanted. For now.Gets rather hot. We know heat is an issue for electronics, so this should have been ironed out as a problem. 2
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