Joined: 04 May 2005 Posts: 636 Location: Washington State
Posted: Sat 22 Oct 2005, 13:17 Post subject:
The trouble with the review is that they didn't address the boot-ability of the devices. The Lexar for instance is a terrible device. It does not support booting from it, and some computers will refuse to even boot into windows if it is plugged in. Another thing to look for is that the USB drive does not block access to other USB ports next to it.
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