• Transcend 128GB JetDrive Lite 330 Storage Expansion Card for 13-Inch MacBook Pro with Retina Display (TS128GJDL330)
  • Transcend 128GB JetDrive Lite 330 Storage Expansion Card for 13-Inch MacBook Pro with Retina Display (TS128GJDL330)
  • Transcend 128GB JetDrive Lite 330 Storage Expansion Card for 13-Inch MacBook Pro with Retina Display (TS128GJDL330)
  • Transcend 128GB JetDrive Lite 330 Storage Expansion Card for 13-Inch MacBook Pro with Retina Display (TS128GJDL330)
  • Transcend 128GB JetDrive Lite 330 Storage Expansion Card for 13-Inch MacBook Pro with Retina Display (TS128GJDL330)
  • Transcend 128GB JetDrive Lite 330 Storage Expansion Card for 13-Inch MacBook Pro with Retina Display (TS128GJDL330)
Transcend 128GB JetDrive Lite 330 Storage Expansion Card for 13-Inch MacBook Pro with Retina Display (TS128GJDL330)
Transcend 128GB JetDrive Lite 330 Storage Expansion Card for 13-Inch MacBook Pro with Retina Display (TS128GJDL330)
Transcend 128GB JetDrive Lite 330 Storage Expansion Card for 13-Inch MacBook Pro with Retina Display (TS128GJDL330)
Transcend 128GB JetDrive Lite 330 Storage Expansion Card for 13-Inch MacBook Pro with Retina Display (TS128GJDL330)
Transcend 128GB JetDrive Lite 330 Storage Expansion Card for 13-Inch MacBook Pro with Retina Display (TS128GJDL330)
Transcend 128GB JetDrive Lite 330 Storage Expansion Card for 13-Inch MacBook Pro with Retina Display (TS128GJDL330)

Transcend 128GB JetDrive Lite 330 Storage Expansion Card for 13-Inch MacBook Pro with Retina Display (TS128GJDL330)

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  • 128GB (MLC)
  • Storage expansion card for MacBook
  • Max Read: 95MB/s, Max Write: 60MB/s
  • For MacBook Pro with Retina display 13" (Late 2012 - Early 2015). Specifically designed to fit neatly into the card slot of the MacBook Pro
  • Free download of Recover software
  • 128GB (MLC)
  • storage expansion card for MacBook
  • Max Read: 95MB/s, Max Write: 60MB/s
  • Compatibility with Mac OS X 10.11 El Capitan is currently under verification

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Fantastic product! It fits my Macbook Pro 13 Retina (2014) perfectly and the Jetdrive Toolbox that is available on the Transcend website fixes the problem of the drive re-mounting when the computer wakes from sleep. Fantastic product. My only problem is that I should've bought the bigger drive! 5Would be great if it would detect 100% of the time I bought this for my (Late Oct 2013) version of the MacBook Pro Retina and really wanted to like it but one thing keeps it from a flat-out buy in my opinion. The detection of this drive is very shoddy, a lot of times when you wake up the Mac the card is simply not detected. When this happens you can do one of two things, either reboot the computer or pull out and re-insert the card. Neither option is great b/c part of the appeal of having a SSD drive is the instant wakeup feature and having to reboot defeats that purpose. Removing the card can be troublesome because as the other reviews have said the card sits near flush with the slot. This is very nice atheistically but again, makes it difficult to take the card out. I already see scratch marks all over the base of the card from my picking at it trying to pry it out of the slot. I've downloaded the JetDrive Toolbox like Transcend recommends and it doesn't work. I went into Energy Saving and turned off the "turn off hard disk when possible" and for a while that seemed to solve the problem but just now I woke my Mac and again, the card is not detected. This is what prompted me to write this review, and generally I'm too lazy to write these things.In short, with this card you get instant storage (pretty much the entire 64GB) which is nice. Coming from a PC I'm used to losing a fractional from formatting. The transfer speed is very nice, I didn't run bench marks or anything but streaming movies and music off of it is no problem. It's a really nice convenient card but the on and off detection makes it hard for me to recommend. 3Bewildering. I have a little box full of SD and memory cards. Everyone one of these old SD cards works in my new MacBook Air. They work flawlessly and immediately, every time I snap them into the computer's memory card port. The problem is that the memory cards don't seat flush against the edge of the computer. They stick out about half an inch, which makes it difficult for carrying the Mac in my backpack.This product does not work in my MacBook. I followed the instructions. I downloaded and installed the cumbersome, out of date Transcend software. Nothing. No matter what I tried, this product does not function.I returned the first one, replaced it in case the first was defective. The second Transcend product didn't work.Bizarre that this company's product, which is allegedly engineered specifically for Apple computers, is the only SD card that does not function flawlessly in my computer. 1You could loose all your data when your Mac go to sleep. It happened to me. I use this with a MBP late 2012. When MBP went to sleep, the whole drive were corrupted because the drive was not unmount/eject automatically. I did not expect that. I expected to threat it like hard drive but it's not the case. You have to treat it like a USB drive. Even in that case, my USB drive was never been corrupted beyond repair from not ejecting properly. When that happen, I can usually use disk utility to do the "repair". In case of this jetdrive, the repair did not work. The jetdrive utility can't restore any files either.I found that you need to download jetdrive utility to prevent that to happen. Currently, I'm reformatting the corrupted drive and will test if the jetdrive utility works properly or not. Transcend should disclose this information and include that utility in the jetdrive itself. The jetdrive was formatted at FAT32 and they are selling this to Mac user.Here is the info from transcend. In short, your drive could be corrupted beyond repair even if you have their utility install. There are too many corner cases for this to happen.This drive deserves negative 5 star.FROM TRANSCEND WEBSITEI have installed JetDrive Toolbox. How come my JetDrive Lite (JDL) still cannot au-remount after waking up from the standby mode?Please download JetDrive Toolbox first, and enable the "Power Save" function before entering the standby mode. This step will allow Macbook to auto-mount JDL after waking up.If Macbook doesn't auto-mount JetDrive Lite,please make sure that no software is reading/writing JDL (e.g. time-machine) before entering the standby mode.JetDrive Toolbox cannot function properly under the following two conditions:1. JDL runs in the background, such as running time machine or reading/writing files, after the lid is closed (Mac enters the standby mode).2. JDL runs in the background after Mac enters the standby mode with low battery (in this case, Mac will auto-eject JDL, and pop up a message showing that "Disk not ejected properly" after waking up). 1Great Little Drive I got this today and so have not used it for a huge amount of time, but initial impressions are great. I booted up my Mac Pro, plugged it in, and it mounted instantly. I shut down and restarted my computer several times, or woke it from sleep mode, and the device was mounted and worked properly each time (I know some reviewers had said it would't mount coming out of sleep, etc). This device is VERY small, smaller than I was expecting, and as others have said, is nearly flush to the laptop's side when plugged in - so not a drive you would want to unplug and remove often. It's very unobtrusive, and has a huge storage capacity for its physical size. I plan on leaving mine in as a permanent extra storage device. I copied several large folders with files in them to mine, and data transferred quickly and seamlessly. Seems like a great product so far.Update - I liked the 128 GB version so much I bought the 256 GB one to replace it, since the first one was almost full. I had to pry the original one out with my fingernail, which took some effort (which is a good thing - it fits snugly and there is no chance it will fall out on its own). I copied all my files to an external drive and then to the new JetDrive330, and everything works perfectly. I use it mostly for my growing movie library (videos and movies which take up a huge amount of space) and pictures There's an ingenious Mac app called Tunespan that allows you to store media files in iTunes in different locations and play them from iTunes transparently, so this has worked out perfectly for me, since my MacBook Pro only contains a 256 GB internal drive, and I was effectively able to double that. 5Good drive except for Wakeup from Sleep detection issue - [RETURNED] This drive was purchased specifically for daily Time Machine backups to run in the background on a 13" MacBook Pro Retina.However, the drive had to be returned due to the issue that has been pointed out in several reviews on Amazon - the wakeup from sleep recognition problem.Likes:*Form fits well enough. It does slightly protrude but it's enough to allow fingernail access but without sticking out too far.*Fits snugly in the slot but not so much it's difficult to remove.*Reasonably fast though I never benchmarked the throughput (adequate for T/M). Others have in different reviews so look for those if you're interested.*Priced very well as a reasonably fast 128GB microSD card. Add the fact that the SDXC slot caddy is builtin, this drive is an outright bargain.Dislikes:*Transcend Jet Tools - it's sloppy, dysfunctional to operate/configure, leaves footprints in strange places in your file structure after uninstall, and does not fix the primary issue with the drive, which is:*Drive does not consistently mount after wakeup from sleep. It can be manually mounted but that sort of defeats the purpose of the "add it and forget about it" concept. Please note that I formatted the JetDrive with a Journaled and Encrypted Mac partition but that should have no effect on the detection upon wakeup. I have other SD cards that work in the same slot that do not have this issue.I really wanted this drive to work for its intended purpose (T/M backups) and if I simply wanted additional storage, I like it well enough that I'd probably have kept it. Time to try one of the other MiniDrive solutions... 4It's ok... thats about it. I purchased this for my brand new macbook pro 13 retina to add some extra storage, with the description it seemed like a perfect fit for me, however it has proven itself as a disappointment:Pros1. Easy to setup, push it in and you have an extra 128gb of storage...Cons1. Dismount/Disconnect, I have read the reviews and see where people talk about this as its not a problem, let me tell you it is. I use my laptop as a laptop, very rarely rebooting, this device vanishes after 2-3 times of sleep/start and will not come back unless you reboot. Which if you use it for anything other than a couple of documents or backup makes it useless... Also just popping it out and back in again does nothing...2. Itunes :( I wanted to use this as storage for my music and apps for iTunes, however even if the device comes back after a sleep, iTunes doesn't really want to see it anymore and it requires you to go into preferences and tell it again where the library is... (it will play music but won't add more music or do anything to the library)3. Speed, I read that this thing is suppose to be fast(ish), and after a couple of benchmarks it seems speedy enough, however once I started loading it up with music it was a pain to do anything with the library at that point (between the reboots and telling iTunes where the library is) using it as a backup drive seems to be the only good use for it...4. Size/Design, I know they said it sticks out just a hair... to be fair its only a couple of mm but they could have at least made it easier to pull it out or just make it flush...If anyone has a good script or something to remount this thing please send it, the toolbox is useless, unless you want to recover you lost pic (this is a problem?!) Honestly I suppose I was expecting something like storage you get with a phone, but this is more of a bad usb drive.Would I suggest this to someone else, yes if you just need somewhere to keep your files safe (its a bit disconcerting when your drive vanishes and it won't come back till you reboot) no if you really want to use it as a drive. 3Works as expected and without failure. You MUST make sure you use the guide to get the right size. I've been using mine non-stop in my MacBook Pro (Retina, 13-inch, Early 2015) for 2 1/2 months now. It fits flush with the side, so I never have to worry about it getting bumped and ruined. There have been times when it seems to have 'ejected unexpectedly' but not often and could just be the Mac. It always seems to show up again, so I have not had to take it out and reinsert it (or remount it in Disk Utilities). It can be a little difficult to eject, but has little flanges that you can use your fingernails into to begin to work it out. But this is the intended design - you do not want it to come out without some effort involved!You need to be sure to use the guide pictured in their description for Choosing the Right Expansion Card. Otherwise, you could end up with one that is too short for your model Mac and it will not mount or connect with the connectors; or it could be too large and hang out, which could be ok, but you risk failure if it gets bumped, or ejects unexpectedly.You can find your model of Mac by going to the black arrow in upper left corner and then selecting About This Mac. It will be the line under your Version number and has the size and year in parenthesis. All of that information is important in finding which Transcend to buy.I use mine for my Photos library, and I make sure I back it up separately from the rest of my Mac, because my backup drive isn't large enough to do both the computer and the card. 5Convenient solution but pay attention to your usage and format! For a out-of-sight / out-of-mind expansion to your MacBook Pro Retina, this is a very convenient solution. I have had the 128GB card for over a year and been very happy with it. I put my photo library and documents on it. It has been solid and performance was sufficient for those items that I have no complaint. However, I just upgraded to the 256GB version of this card. During the process of copying data over from the 128GB to the 256GB cards, I noticed something very peculiar. The data on the 128GB card was copied to my internal SSD hard drive first. On that SSD, it occupied 29.64GB according to Get Info. On the 128GB card, that same data occupied 38.35GB according to Get Info. That about a ~30% penalty. When I copied the data over to the 256GB card, that same data occupied 47.91GB according to Get Info. That is a ~60% penalty in data usage!!! After some playing around with both cards, I finally reformatted both of them to the HFS+ format (aka MacOS Extended Journaled) and tried copying the data again. This time the data occupied very close to the same amount of GBs. (they were off by a few KBs.) Not sure why the ExFat format would have such a drastic effect on the card's storage, but it did. Also, after the format, I noticed that the copy of the data to the cards was much, much faster. What took 30 minutes to an hour before, now took less than 10 minutes. So, I highly recommend that you reformat these cards to HFS+ first thing. 4Can't Write to JetDrive I had great hopes when buying this Jet Drive. When it first was installed into laptop, my MacBook Pro Retina late 2013 would not recognize the JetDrive. I tried and tried to reinsert the JetDrive at a slant as recommended by Transcend. Nope. Finally, messing with preferences, I FINALLY got the JetDrive to be writeable. I dragged some large videos over to the JetDrive to free some room on my Mac's SSD. Cool, I thought.Now, 4 days past the return date, I tried to copy something once again to the JetDrive. Nope. It is once again read-only. Yes, the SLEEP option is in the ON position.The software that Transcend wanted me to use did not solve the issue. I've spent hours trying to get this to work. This JetDrive has great promise, but for me, it is not only a worthless item, but also a time waster. 1
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Fantastic product! It fits my Macbook Pro 13 Retina (2014) perfectly and the Jetdrive Toolbox that is available on the Transcend website fixes the problem of the drive re-mounting when the computer wakes from sleep. Fantastic product. My only problem is that I should've bought the bigger drive! 5Would be great if it would detect 100% of the time I bought this for my (Late Oct 2013) version of the MacBook Pro Retina and really wanted to like it but one thing keeps it from a flat-out buy in my opinion. The detection of this drive is very shoddy, a lot of times when you wake up the Mac the card is simply not detected. When this happens you can do one of two things, either reboot the computer or pull out and re-insert the card. Neither option is great b/c part of the appeal of having a SSD drive is the instant wakeup feature and having to reboot defeats that purpose. Removing the card can be troublesome because as the other reviews have said the card sits near flush with the slot. This is very nice atheistically but again, makes it difficult to take the card out. I already see scratch marks all over the base of the card from my picking at it trying to pry it out of the slot. I've downloaded the JetDrive Toolbox like Transcend recommends and it doesn't work. I went into Energy Saving and turned off the "turn off hard disk when possible" and for a while that seemed to solve the problem but just now I woke my Mac and again, the card is not detected. This is what prompted me to write this review, and generally I'm too lazy to write these things.In short, with this card you get instant storage (pretty much the entire 64GB) which is nice. Coming from a PC I'm used to losing a fractional from formatting. The transfer speed is very nice, I didn't run bench marks or anything but streaming movies and music off of it is no problem. It's a really nice convenient card but the on and off detection makes it hard for me to recommend. 3Bewildering. I have a little box full of SD and memory cards. Everyone one of these old SD cards works in my new MacBook Air. They work flawlessly and immediately, every time I snap them into the computer's memory card port. The problem is that the memory cards don't seat flush against the edge of the computer. They stick out about half an inch, which makes it difficult for carrying the Mac in my backpack.This product does not work in my MacBook. I followed the instructions. I downloaded and installed the cumbersome, out of date Transcend software. Nothing. No matter what I tried, this product does not function.I returned the first one, replaced it in case the first was defective. The second Transcend product didn't work.Bizarre that this company's product, which is allegedly engineered specifically for Apple computers, is the only SD card that does not function flawlessly in my computer. 1You could loose all your data when your Mac go to sleep. It happened to me. I use this with a MBP late 2012. When MBP went to sleep, the whole drive were corrupted because the drive was not unmount/eject automatically. I did not expect that. I expected to threat it like hard drive but it's not the case. You have to treat it like a USB drive. Even in that case, my USB drive was never been corrupted beyond repair from not ejecting properly. When that happen, I can usually use disk utility to do the "repair". In case of this jetdrive, the repair did not work. The jetdrive utility can't restore any files either.I found that you need to download jetdrive utility to prevent that to happen. Currently, I'm reformatting the corrupted drive and will test if the jetdrive utility works properly or not. Transcend should disclose this information and include that utility in the jetdrive itself. The jetdrive was formatted at FAT32 and they are selling this to Mac user.Here is the info from transcend. In short, your drive could be corrupted beyond repair even if you have their utility install. There are too many corner cases for this to happen.This drive deserves negative 5 star.FROM TRANSCEND WEBSITEI have installed JetDrive Toolbox. How come my JetDrive Lite (JDL) still cannot au-remount after waking up from the standby mode?Please download JetDrive Toolbox first, and enable the "Power Save" function before entering the standby mode. This step will allow Macbook to auto-mount JDL after waking up.If Macbook doesn't auto-mount JetDrive Lite,please make sure that no software is reading/writing JDL (e.g. time-machine) before entering the standby mode.JetDrive Toolbox cannot function properly under the following two conditions:1. JDL runs in the background, such as running time machine or reading/writing files, after the lid is closed (Mac enters the standby mode).2. JDL runs in the background after Mac enters the standby mode with low battery (in this case, Mac will auto-eject JDL, and pop up a message showing that "Disk not ejected properly" after waking up). 1Great Little Drive I got this today and so have not used it for a huge amount of time, but initial impressions are great. I booted up my Mac Pro, plugged it in, and it mounted instantly. I shut down and restarted my computer several times, or woke it from sleep mode, and the device was mounted and worked properly each time (I know some reviewers had said it would't mount coming out of sleep, etc). This device is VERY small, smaller than I was expecting, and as others have said, is nearly flush to the laptop's side when plugged in - so not a drive you would want to unplug and remove often. It's very unobtrusive, and has a huge storage capacity for its physical size. I plan on leaving mine in as a permanent extra storage device. I copied several large folders with files in them to mine, and data transferred quickly and seamlessly. Seems like a great product so far.Update - I liked the 128 GB version so much I bought the 256 GB one to replace it, since the first one was almost full. I had to pry the original one out with my fingernail, which took some effort (which is a good thing - it fits snugly and there is no chance it will fall out on its own). I copied all my files to an external drive and then to the new JetDrive330, and everything works perfectly. I use it mostly for my growing movie library (videos and movies which take up a huge amount of space) and pictures There's an ingenious Mac app called Tunespan that allows you to store media files in iTunes in different locations and play them from iTunes transparently, so this has worked out perfectly for me, since my MacBook Pro only contains a 256 GB internal drive, and I was effectively able to double that. 5Good drive except for Wakeup from Sleep detection issue - [RETURNED] This drive was purchased specifically for daily Time Machine backups to run in the background on a 13" MacBook Pro Retina.However, the drive had to be returned due to the issue that has been pointed out in several reviews on Amazon - the wakeup from sleep recognition problem.Likes:*Form fits well enough. It does slightly protrude but it's enough to allow fingernail access but without sticking out too far.*Fits snugly in the slot but not so much it's difficult to remove.*Reasonably fast though I never benchmarked the throughput (adequate for T/M). Others have in different reviews so look for those if you're interested.*Priced very well as a reasonably fast 128GB microSD card. Add the fact that the SDXC slot caddy is builtin, this drive is an outright bargain.Dislikes:*Transcend Jet Tools - it's sloppy, dysfunctional to operate/configure, leaves footprints in strange places in your file structure after uninstall, and does not fix the primary issue with the drive, which is:*Drive does not consistently mount after wakeup from sleep. It can be manually mounted but that sort of defeats the purpose of the "add it and forget about it" concept. Please note that I formatted the JetDrive with a Journaled and Encrypted Mac partition but that should have no effect on the detection upon wakeup. I have other SD cards that work in the same slot that do not have this issue.I really wanted this drive to work for its intended purpose (T/M backups) and if I simply wanted additional storage, I like it well enough that I'd probably have kept it. Time to try one of the other MiniDrive solutions... 4It's ok... thats about it. I purchased this for my brand new macbook pro 13 retina to add some extra storage, with the description it seemed like a perfect fit for me, however it has proven itself as a disappointment:Pros1. Easy to setup, push it in and you have an extra 128gb of storage...Cons1. Dismount/Disconnect, I have read the reviews and see where people talk about this as its not a problem, let me tell you it is. I use my laptop as a laptop, very rarely rebooting, this device vanishes after 2-3 times of sleep/start and will not come back unless you reboot. Which if you use it for anything other than a couple of documents or backup makes it useless... Also just popping it out and back in again does nothing...2. Itunes :( I wanted to use this as storage for my music and apps for iTunes, however even if the device comes back after a sleep, iTunes doesn't really want to see it anymore and it requires you to go into preferences and tell it again where the library is... (it will play music but won't add more music or do anything to the library)3. Speed, I read that this thing is suppose to be fast(ish), and after a couple of benchmarks it seems speedy enough, however once I started loading it up with music it was a pain to do anything with the library at that point (between the reboots and telling iTunes where the library is) using it as a backup drive seems to be the only good use for it...4. Size/Design, I know they said it sticks out just a hair... to be fair its only a couple of mm but they could have at least made it easier to pull it out or just make it flush...If anyone has a good script or something to remount this thing please send it, the toolbox is useless, unless you want to recover you lost pic (this is a problem?!) Honestly I suppose I was expecting something like storage you get with a phone, but this is more of a bad usb drive.Would I suggest this to someone else, yes if you just need somewhere to keep your files safe (its a bit disconcerting when your drive vanishes and it won't come back till you reboot) no if you really want to use it as a drive. 3Works as expected and without failure. You MUST make sure you use the guide to get the right size. I've been using mine non-stop in my MacBook Pro (Retina, 13-inch, Early 2015) for 2 1/2 months now. It fits flush with the side, so I never have to worry about it getting bumped and ruined. There have been times when it seems to have 'ejected unexpectedly' but not often and could just be the Mac. It always seems to show up again, so I have not had to take it out and reinsert it (or remount it in Disk Utilities). It can be a little difficult to eject, but has little flanges that you can use your fingernails into to begin to work it out. But this is the intended design - you do not want it to come out without some effort involved!You need to be sure to use the guide pictured in their description for Choosing the Right Expansion Card. Otherwise, you could end up with one that is too short for your model Mac and it will not mount or connect with the connectors; or it could be too large and hang out, which could be ok, but you risk failure if it gets bumped, or ejects unexpectedly.You can find your model of Mac by going to the black arrow in upper left corner and then selecting About This Mac. It will be the line under your Version number and has the size and year in parenthesis. All of that information is important in finding which Transcend to buy.I use mine for my Photos library, and I make sure I back it up separately from the rest of my Mac, because my backup drive isn't large enough to do both the computer and the card. 5Convenient solution but pay attention to your usage and format! For a out-of-sight / out-of-mind expansion to your MacBook Pro Retina, this is a very convenient solution. I have had the 128GB card for over a year and been very happy with it. I put my photo library and documents on it. It has been solid and performance was sufficient for those items that I have no complaint. However, I just upgraded to the 256GB version of this card. During the process of copying data over from the 128GB to the 256GB cards, I noticed something very peculiar. The data on the 128GB card was copied to my internal SSD hard drive first. On that SSD, it occupied 29.64GB according to Get Info. On the 128GB card, that same data occupied 38.35GB according to Get Info. That about a ~30% penalty. When I copied the data over to the 256GB card, that same data occupied 47.91GB according to Get Info. That is a ~60% penalty in data usage!!! After some playing around with both cards, I finally reformatted both of them to the HFS+ format (aka MacOS Extended Journaled) and tried copying the data again. This time the data occupied very close to the same amount of GBs. (they were off by a few KBs.) Not sure why the ExFat format would have such a drastic effect on the card's storage, but it did. Also, after the format, I noticed that the copy of the data to the cards was much, much faster. What took 30 minutes to an hour before, now took less than 10 minutes. So, I highly recommend that you reformat these cards to HFS+ first thing. 4Can't Write to JetDrive I had great hopes when buying this Jet Drive. When it first was installed into laptop, my MacBook Pro Retina late 2013 would not recognize the JetDrive. I tried and tried to reinsert the JetDrive at a slant as recommended by Transcend. Nope. Finally, messing with preferences, I FINALLY got the JetDrive to be writeable. I dragged some large videos over to the JetDrive to free some room on my Mac's SSD. Cool, I thought.Now, 4 days past the return date, I tried to copy something once again to the JetDrive. Nope. It is once again read-only. Yes, the SLEEP option is in the ON position.The software that Transcend wanted me to use did not solve the issue. I've spent hours trying to get this to work. This JetDrive has great promise, but for me, it is not only a worthless item, but also a time waster. 1
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