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My results for the 100mb test are:


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M/B Name

Processor Dual Pentium III 2198.68MHz[GenuineIntel family 6 model F step B]


Resolution 1280x800 (32Bit color)

Memory 2097,151 KByte

OS Windows NT 6.0 (Build: 6000)

Date 2009/02/21 17:31


@oem21.inf,%mcdbus_devicedesc%;MagicISO SCSI Host Controller

MagicISOVirtual DVD-ROM 1.0A


@iscsi.inf,%iscsiprt%;Microsoft iSCSI Initiator


SCSI/RAID Host Controller

VA0585V WQM174D 2.0B


ALL Integer Float MemoryR MemoryW MemoryRW DirectDraw

31269 314094 180740 0 0 0 0


Rectangle Text Ellipse BitBlt Read Write Copy Drive

0 0 0 0 950 900 198 H:\100MB


Is there anything I can do?

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Is there anything I can do?


First, clean up your posting so it reads as you intended, versus a cocophony of superfluous characters.


Second, RAM GUY or any of his CLONES are going to BLOW YOU OUT OF THE WATER because you did not use HDBENCH 3.40 Beta 6 to conduct your tests. In addition, I am guessing that you did not format your flash drive with the /U switch.


Speaking of formatting, that brings me to my third point, RAM GUY or any of his CLONES will also BLOW YOU OUT OF THE WATER for not using SD CARD Organization software. Download it, and let it format your drive to FAT32 with 32K Cluster Size. The 32K size is the UGLY SECRET to SD CARD's software. Whereas, you can accomplish the EXACT SAME process with Windows FORMAT command. From a Command Prompt, type FORMAT /? for additional details.


Last, post your results in a manner that is clear and unambiguous else the support you so desperately seek will be delay by superfluous rants, obsolete software recommendations and general BS like mine.





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Please try and format the drive with the Format utility from the SD-CARD Organization. Then run the test again and see if that helps.

Then Please try the HD-Bench software to test the performance.

The write should be about 8-14 MBps.

If you still have problems we can get it or them replaced, please use the RMA request found in TSXpress or follow the link in my signature “I think I have a bad part!” and we will be happy to replace them or it!

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