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ByteStor 2GB USB 2.0 High Speed Dataferry Flash Drive Now just £9.99 at Amazon. Buy 2 for free deliv £13.22

£13.22 @ Amazon
Being hi speed may mean it will be compliant with MS Vista for use as extra memory! * Compliant to USB 2.0 specifications for high performance (Will work in a USB 1.1 socket) * True plug &am… Read More
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[mod] 1d, 2m agoFound 1 decade, 2 months ago
Being hi speed may mean it will be compliant with MS Vista for use as extra memory!

* Compliant to USB 2.0 specifications for high performance (Will work in a USB 1.1 socket)
* True plug & play connecting to USB, no need additional power

To get free delivery from amazon you need £15 worth of order, why not get 2 at this price or maybe go for a 1gb one to boost the price to £15.
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#1
Pretty cool!
[mod]#2
Add this ByteStor 1GB USB 2.0 High Speed Dataferry Flash Drive for £6.46 to get free delivery too.

Making 3gb for £16.45 delivered
#3
Anyone know if this is readyboost compatible?
#4
nice price :)
1 Like #5
Its not listed on here (but then no bytestores are)

ReadyBoost Compatibility Chart
#6
#7
Thats not from amazon its sold by someone else so you wouldn't get free delivery
#8
azazael
Why not just order this?
Better deal especially if you have to add more things to get free delivery.

http://www.amazon.co.uk/ByteStor-Speed-Dataferry-Flash-Drive/dp/B000ML2AU0/ref=sr_1_13/203-5922047-3725505?ie=UTF8&s=electronics&qid=1177424840&sr=1-13


I take it you changed the link to a different item, could have added a comment so the post by 'tekhieboy' doesn't look silly....:thumbsup:
[mod]#9
The main reason for not buying a 4gb one is that if your trying to use it with Vista to boost the memory it might be too big. Most trying this trick will have 1 or 2 gb of main memory and Vista may have a limit on the 32 bit version that stops you using (it seeing) 5 or 6GB of memory.
Its also handy to have 2 storage devices instead of 1 imo ;-)
#10
azazael
Why not just order this?
Better deal especially if you have to add more things to get free delivery.

http://www.amazon.co.uk/ByteStor-Speed-Dataferry-Flash-Drive/dp/B000ML2AU0/ref=sr_1_13/203-5922047-3725505?ie=UTF8&s=electronics&qid=1177424840&sr=1-13


I think 4gb is a better deal.
#11
MikeT
The main reason for not buying a 4gb one is that if your trying to use it with Vista to boost the memory it might be too big. Most trying this trick will have 1 or 2 gb of main memory and Vista may have a limit on the 32 bit version that stops you using (it seeing) 5 or 6GB of memory.
Its also handy to have 2 storage devices instead of 1 imo ;-)


If you are looking for buying 2 than i think the best deal is here

http://www.ebuyer.com/customer/products/index.html?action=c2hvd19wcm9kdWN0X292ZXJ2aWV3&product_uid=117000

buy 3 for £27 pounds using google check out
[mod]#12
The 4gb bytestor doesnt work with Vista memory boost it seems, still unsure about the other sizes.
#13
haha thats funny, cheers Richierea for making sure I don't look like a spanner, I don't usually need any extra help, but azazael had a go
#14
ReadyBoost is a waste of time anyway.
#15
Goodman
If you are looking for buying 2 than i think the best deal is here

http://www.ebuyer.com/customer/products/index.html?action=c2hvd19wcm9kdWN0X292ZXJ2aWV3&product_uid=117000

buy 3 for £27 pounds using google check out


We picked these up at christmas for £6
#16
azazael
ReadyBoost is a waste of time anyway.



errr no its not and you can use any usb stick

1. Let Vista test is, and check the Do not Retest this device checkbox.
2. Unplug the device
3. Go to regedit
HKEY_local_machine\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows NT\CurrentVersion\EMDMgmt
4.find the key related to you device (the device vendor and name is in the key)
5. Change the follwing values:
Device Status 0x02
ReadSpeedKBs 0x1000
WriteSpeedKBs 0x1000
6. Plug the device, right click on it to open properties and enable cache. :whistling:
[mod]#17
Thanks for the info Steve:thumbsup:
#18
Thanks for the pointer. Just ordered one.
#19
Cheers, need another one, seemed to have lost my current one (again)

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