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Flash Voyager 16 GB Slow Speed


James_fl

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Hi,

 

I have been reading the forum posts here. I am having the same problem as what many have posted. I am running Windows XP and I have reformatted the drive with FAT32.

 

So, I ran a benchmark with SiSoftware Sandra. Here is the result I got (exported to XML). Should I get it replaced, or is this the expected result?

 

Thank you!

 

<?xml version="1.0" encoding="UTF-16"?>

<TExport xmlns="http://www.sisoftware.co.uk/schemas/Export/v2007">

<Version>983080</Version>

<TBenchmark>

<ModuleID>5296</ModuleID>

<OS>1</OS>

<Platform>0</Platform>

<Reference>30</Reference>

<Name>Corsair Flash Voyager 16GB (USB)</Name>

<User>1</User>

<Value>409</Value>

<Value>240</Value>

<Value>216</Value>

<Value>429</Value>

<Value>976</Value>

<Value>193</Value>

<Value>11</Value>

<Value>3</Value>

<ExValue>480</ExValue>

<ExValue>0</ExValue>

<ExValue>16173</ExValue>

</TBenchmark>

<TBenchmark>

<ModuleID>5296</ModuleID>

<OS>1</OS>

<Platform>0</Platform>

<Reference>30</Reference>

<Name>ATP Petito 2GB (USB2) (x86)</Name>

<User>0</User>

<Value>10527</Value>

<Value>224</Value>

<Value>16122</Value>

<Value>13346</Value>

<Value>4392</Value>

<Value>674</Value>

<Value>22</Value>

<Value>5</Value>

<ExValue>480</ExValue>

<ExValue>30</ExValue>

<ExValue>2048</ExValue>

</TBenchmark>

<TBenchmark>

<ModuleID>5296</ModuleID>

<OS>1</OS>

<Platform>0</Platform>

<Reference>30</Reference>

<Name>ATP ToughDrive Mini 2GB (USB2) (x86)</Name>

<User>0</User>

<Value>9543</Value>

<Value>245</Value>

<Value>2381</Value>

<Value>13808</Value>

<Value>4491</Value>

<Value>680</Value>

<Value>22</Value>

<Value>5</Value>

<ExValue>480</ExValue>

<ExValue>35</ExValue>

<ExValue>2048</ExValue>

</TBenchmark>

<TBenchmark>

<ModuleID>5296</ModuleID>

<OS>1</OS>

<Platform>0</Platform>

<Reference>30</Reference>

<Name>OCZ ATV Turbo 4GB (USB2) (x86)</Name>

<User>0</User>

<Value>9272</Value>

<Value>222</Value>

<Value>16465</Value>

<Value>11377</Value>

<Value>4133</Value>

<Value>607</Value>

<Value>22</Value>

<Value>5</Value>

<ExValue>480</ExValue>

<ExValue>35</ExValue>

<ExValue>4096</ExValue>

</TBenchmark>

<TBenchmark>

<ModuleID>5296</ModuleID>

<OS>1</OS>

<Platform>0</Platform>

<Reference>30</Reference>

<Name>Peak Xtreme SD 1GB (USB2) (x86)</Name>

<User>0</User>

<Value>8709</Value>

<Value>724</Value>

<Value>14254</Value>

<Value>10946</Value>

<Value>3428</Value>

<Value>499</Value>

<Value>16</Value>

<Value>4</Value>

<ExValue>480</ExValue>

<ExValue>27</ExValue>

<ExValue>1048</ExValue>

</TBenchmark>

</TExport>

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Please try to format the drive from a command prompt with this syntax:

Format (X:) /FS:FAT32 /U (X=the drive letter assigned to the Flash Voyager) then try the HDBENCH v3.40 Beta 6 to test the performance. And please do a full format of the drive before you run the test and set it to 100 MB file size.

 

That's how they get the speeds they told you. Your tests are completely different, and as such, can give different results. Try the above and post the results.

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