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BT Arcnet pass through powerline adaptors twin pack at MyMemory for £17.99

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did a search but nothing came up so forgive me if already posted, good for android boxes if WiFi poor edit..damn spelt arcnet wrong in search lol, I'll leave it though incase it's been missed as it's…
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Fire up the Delorean
These where £15.19 last month from Mymemory
Good price, but these have a tendency to die within 2 years.

I've gone through two so far, got one left - but won't be replacing them.

Luckily the TP-Links I bought are compatible with these (and any other brand, just FYI).

Edited By: bulletfoss on Jul 24, 2016 11:49: Grammar
Great find!
200mbps.
They also have Sumvision 1000mbps for £24.99 without passthrough which is cheap for 1000mbps homeplugs.
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Integral 120GB P Series 4 SATA III 2.5" SSD Drive £24.99 @ My Memory

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Key Features: - 2.5 inch form factor with SATA III 6Gbps interface (backwards compatible with SATA 3Gbps and SATA 1.5Gbps) - Fully compatible with devices and OS that support the SATA standard - Non-…
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sally09
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I bought this a couple of days ago but to afraid to put it in. Can anybody advise me please on how to do a clean install of Windows on this drive?
My desktop is running Vista and I want to swap the HDD to SSD. I want to install windows 7 on the SSD. I've got windows 7 iso on a disc and a license key.
How do I start the process, what order do i go in, do the drivers install automatically?
I don't know much about computers so any help would be appreciated.
Do you have an upgrade or full license for Windows 7 as it makes a difference sometimes.
Keep in mind that you also have an option to go straight to Windows 10 for the next 7 days.
I have a full license.
So you want to keep Vista on the HDD and put Windows 7 on the SSD?
Im going to pull out the HDD and put the SSD in its place with win7 on it
That's the easiest option. Which bits are you not clear on?
1. You will need to make bootable media from your Win7 ISO so ask if you need help with that.
2. Disconnect the HDD power and data cables.
3. Physically install the SSD. You can probably use the same power connector and data cables from the HDD. The drives are very light and not fragile so you can attach with Velcro or blutack.
4. Boot from your Windows 7 media. Better to use a USB stick but a DVD is fine. To do this you may need to hit F12 (Function key 12) a number of times just after powering on which will bring up a boot menu from which you choose the drive with Windows on.
5. It may not be F12 on your PC so try other Function keys or you may need to go into the BIOS to set the boot device list or order. To get into the BIOS try the Delete key when you first power on or F2 for a Dell I think!
6. As it’s using Vista it may be quite old so it may not give you the option to boot from USB but no problem from a DVD. If that is a problem you will need to create a bootable DVD which isn’t too hard.
7. Once you are able to boot from the Win7 media just follow the onscreen instructions.
An alternative is to go straight to Windows 10 which you can do using your Windows 7 key and you can download the Win10 ISO direct from MS. For an older PC this may be riskier than Win7 due to hardware/driver support. I can’t say.
Thank you and everyone else for your input.
I've managed to install it. Windows is just updating now (230 updates) thank you for letting me know about the free update to win10. If I don't like it can I go back to win7? Do MS give a new license key or will the win7 key work?


Lol, I just finished a post and saw you don't need any more reassurance.

Re licence keys: Run Belarc before and after these kinds of processes. It does lots including retrieve whatever keys it can. You can save the report from the browser it opens in.
sally09
wide
sally09
I bought this a couple of days ago but to afraid to put it in. Can anybody advise me please on how to do a clean install of Windows on this drive?
My desktop is running Vista and I want to swap the HDD to SSD. I want to install windows 7 on the SSD. I've got windows 7 iso on a disc and a license key.
How do I start the process, what order do i go in, do the drivers install automatically?
I don't know much about computers so any help would be appreciated.
EDIT: Now that I have a proper keyboard to type on...
1. Take old drive out, put in a jiffy bag in a cupboard. It's your safety net, you have no worries once your old drive is stored safely. (this is specific to computers where only one drive can fit, if you can fit more, just unplug it)
2. Put new drive in, put Windows CD in and turn it on.
3. Follow instructions. Windows 7 figures things out for itself pretty well.
Nothing can go wrong with the old drive disconnected, it is exactly as simply as ^that.
They're usually set to boot from the CD but if not, keep tapping F12 immediately after you switch it on for the 'temporary boot order' menuYou definitely need a screwdriver small enough...You definitely need to find a guide to help with which screws to undo (ifixit is mostly very good)It helps to still be able to Google while your main rig is downYou should run Belarc before taking the old drive out and save the report somewhere, it has your licence keys and other useful audit-type infoGet on with it tho, Win10 is only free to end of this month... (you can go back to 7 but get the Win10 on there so you have claimed your free licence!)
Thank you. What about the drivers? Does windows automatically search and install those?

Mostly yeah. Particularly for a Vista machine, Windows 7 probably knows it well. I usually go to the motherboard website and grab all the motherboard drivers in advance but it often turns out to be a waste of time.

If you do find the right bit of the right website and understand all the stuff, you might as well get chipset, graphics, wired and wireless network and sound. (This is the bit that's difficult to throw out accurate advice without seeing the motherboard and its website)

- Install Windows, get as far as desktop and manually run Windows update
- 'Activate' Windows (Install MS Office if you have it and activate that too)
- Manually run Windows update again and again until it swears there's no more updates... There will be lots of rebooting and lots of downloading....
- Tell us if you see any yellow question marks in device manager. Take a screen shot? That tells us if it needs any more drivers

Re Vista and 7 on the same computer

If you want to be sure you can run old-Windows if you want to, you will be able to to that without installing a 'dual boot' setup.

There's not many things I hat but one is having a dual boot I can't get rid of after years of never needing it.

After new-Windows is installed, your old drive can be plugged back in as a data-drive. Old-Windows will not run from it but all your stuff will be in there somewhere.

If you ever DO have to run old-Windows, unplug the new drive, maybe change boot order in BIOS, old-Windows will boot...




:)


Edited By: wide on Jul 24, 2016 12:55: coz I'm a slow thinker and i don't mind editing p
sally09
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sally09
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sally09
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sally09
I bought this a couple of days ago but to afraid to put it in. Can anybody advise me please on how to do a clean install of Windows on this drive?
My desktop is running Vista and I want to swap the HDD to SSD. I want to install windows 7 on the SSD. I've got windows 7 iso on a disc and a license key.
How do I start the process, what order do i go in, do the drivers install automatically?
I don't know much about computers so any help would be appreciated.
Do you have an upgrade or full license for Windows 7 as it makes a difference sometimes.
Keep in mind that you also have an option to go straight to Windows 10 for the next 7 days.
I have a full license.
So you want to keep Vista on the HDD and put Windows 7 on the SSD?
Im going to pull out the HDD and put the SSD in its place with win7 on it
That's the easiest option. Which bits are you not clear on?
1. You will need to make bootable media from your Win7 ISO so ask if you need help with that.
2. Disconnect the HDD power and data cables.
3. Physically install the SSD. You can probably use the same power connector and data cables from the HDD. The drives are very light and not fragile so you can attach with Velcro or blutack.
4. Boot from your Windows 7 media. Better to use a USB stick but a DVD is fine. To do this you may need to hit F12 (Function key 12) a number of times just after powering on which will bring up a boot menu from which you choose the drive with Windows on.
5. It may not be F12 on your PC so try other Function keys or you may need to go into the BIOS to set the boot device list or order. To get into the BIOS try the Delete key when you first power on or F2 for a Dell I think!
6. As it’s using Vista it may be quite old so it may not give you the option to boot from USB but no problem from a DVD. If that is a problem you will need to create a bootable DVD which isn’t too hard.
7. Once you are able to boot from the Win7 media just follow the onscreen instructions.
An alternative is to go straight to Windows 10 which you can do using your Windows 7 key and you can download the Win10 ISO direct from MS. For an older PC this may be riskier than Win7 due to hardware/driver support. I can’t say.
Thank you and everyone else for your input.
I've managed to install it. Windows is just updating now (230 updates) thank you for letting me know about the free update to win10. If I don't like it can I go back to win7? Do MS give a new license key or will the win7 key work?
Glad to hear you made it, you can upgrade to window 10 and it will automatically activate you for as many times you like on the same PC. After the first time you can then clean install too. I admit that the problem with w8,8.1and 10 is that they never had any proper start menu, hence all the bad publicity they had, for the rest w10 I personally think is the best. There is a way round to that f you find that a bit uncomfortable with w10, this is the best program you should install and get the feel of window7 in regards to the start problem: http://www.classicshell.net/downloads/
it is very popular and safe
rev6
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in reality is a lot more than 100% gain if we put in account that would not use the same again for the window installation and the ram backup which would usually work at around 30gb loss if the system got at least 8gb ram. In reality it is only the equivalent of another £10 more for a true double the space.
1. Good point about spare space after a Windows install although my only 2.5" SSD is in a caddy as an external drive so it doesn't impact me.
2. I presume you are talking about Hibernation when you refer to RAM backup so 30GB is a lot for an 8GB system when only 8GB is required.
no, he is right:
2) the system will reserve an extra amount of the size of the ram in case a failure, check the amount left of the disk in gb, take off a stick of ram and after you check the disk again, you will see it is gone up in size by the same amount of the ram memory you took off, if 2gb=2gb if 4=4gb and so on.
1. Prioritize RAM over an SSD.
2. When you have enough RAM you can disable the paging file completely or set it to a fixed value like 2GB just in case.
3. Hibernation is generally not necessary on a desktop which this is being used for so disable that.
4. Now the operating system is only using 2GB at maximum or none hence why the 30GB figure is unusually high unless you have 32GB of RAM and are using hibernation and a page file.
2) people does fiddle with that a lot, there is an important purpose for having the whole as it is without touching the original structure at all, of course the paging files can be reduced but should not be touched, that is why a decent drive size should be fitted a let the rest work automatically for the best results when the pc is in use.
3) 30gb or near after installation, I do not know a lot about hibernation as the PC should be switched off at all times when unattended, fire is the main reason, I actually switch off the main, will stop anyone getting in to the system while we are away. safety of any kind first of all
I haven't used a pagefile in a long time. The only time I encountered issues is when memory leaking software increased commit charge above my physical memory capacity.
Did you work out what rogue software caused that?
sally09
Agharta
sally09
Agharta
sally09
Agharta
sally09
I bought this a couple of days ago but to afraid to put it in. Can anybody advise me please on how to do a clean install of Windows on this drive?
My desktop is running Vista and I want to swap the HDD to SSD. I want to install windows 7 on the SSD. I've got windows 7 iso on a disc and a license key.
How do I start the process, what order do i go in, do the drivers install automatically?
I don't know much about computers so any help would be appreciated.
Do you have an upgrade or full license for Windows 7 as it makes a difference sometimes.
Keep in mind that you also have an option to go straight to Windows 10 for the next 7 days.
I have a full license.
So you want to keep Vista on the HDD and put Windows 7 on the SSD?
Im going to pull out the HDD and put the SSD in its place with win7 on it
That's the easiest option. Which bits are you not clear on?
1. You will need to make bootable media from your Win7 ISO so ask if you need help with that.
2. Disconnect the HDD power and data cables.
3. Physically install the SSD. You can probably use the same power connector and data cables from the HDD. The drives are very light and not fragile so you can attach with Velcro or blutack.
4. Boot from your Windows 7 media. Better to use a USB stick but a DVD is fine. To do this you may need to hit F12 (Function key 12) a number of times just after powering on which will bring up a boot menu from which you choose the drive with Windows on.
5. It may not be F12 on your PC so try other Function keys or you may need to go into the BIOS to set the boot device list or order. To get into the BIOS try the Delete key when you first power on or F2 for a Dell I think!
6. As it’s using Vista it may be quite old so it may not give you the option to boot from USB but no problem from a DVD. If that is a problem you will need to create a bootable DVD which isn’t too hard.
7. Once you are able to boot from the Win7 media just follow the onscreen instructions.
An alternative is to go straight to Windows 10 which you can do using your Windows 7 key and you can download the Win10 ISO direct from MS. For an older PC this may be riskier than Win7 due to hardware/driver support. I can’t say.
Thank you and everyone else for your input.
I've managed to install it. Windows is just updating now (230 updates) thank you for letting me know about the free update to win10. If I don't like it can I go back to win7? Do MS give a new license key or will the win7 key work?
Read this:
http://www.howtogeek.com/253901/get-windows-10-for-free-after-july-29th-with-a-little-prep-now/
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3 PAYG 4G Trio Data SIM Pack Preloaded with 12GB of Data £23.45 mymemory

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Cheaper than last deals posted here...
pavel76 Avatar3d, 18h agoFound 3 days, 18 hours ago44 Comments
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why does everyone keep calling the company '3G', when its '3'?
Mildly rattles me too, but the company is Hutchison 3G UK Ltd, using the brand of Three. Should ideally refer to them using one of these.
Not a bad deal though to use in my MiFi for occasional use without having to rebuy a new PAYG deal so often. Anyone know if I could I delay activation, as my current data sim will be valid for another couple of months?

Just don't activate until your ready to use it. I've done that, I've asked life for a PAC code gonna chance my luck and try to port my number into three.
Chumba_Wumba
why does everyone keep calling the company '3G', when its '3'?
Mildly rattles me too, but the company is Hutchison 3G UK Ltd, using the brand of Three. Should ideally refer to them using one of these.

Not a bad deal though to use in my MiFi for occasional use without having to rebuy a new PAYG deal so often. Anyone know if I could I delay activation, as my current data sim will be valid for another couple of months?
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Bought one last Friday for a little bit more from Mymemory; it arrived yesterday. Very good value and delivered on time.


​Can it be used in spain and tethered?


I used it in Spain and it worked well but you cannot tether abroad.
arjun311
Any issues with using this in India?
Yes, the included 12gb of data will not work as it's not a feel at home country.
squidge441
Any ideas if this would work in my Note 4 to play Pokemon go in Turkey?
Got to catch them all lol

Turkey isn't a feel at home country so the included data would not work out there.

Feel at home countries (where this sim will work):
Australia, Austria, Denmark, Finland, France, Hong Kong, Indonesia, Israel, Italy, Macau, New Zealand, Norway, Republic of Ireland, Spain (inc Balearics and Canaries), Sri Lanka, Sweden, Switzerland and USA.

If the country isn't listed the included data will not work (you would need to top the sim up and pay the appropriate rate for that country).
Can you use this in a phone, do you get charged 3p a minute call/ 2p a text, same as the 321 payg plan?
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Samsung 128GB Evo Micro SDXC UHS-I U1 Class 10 with Adapter - 48 MB/s £23.99 on MyMemory

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Same price as http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/samsung-memory-128-gb-evo-microsdxc-uhs-grade-1-class-10-with-sd-adapter-amazon-2482727 3% Quidco or 4.2% TCB available
furreal Avatar4d, 7h agoFound 4 days, 7 hours ago2 Comments
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Nice to see this is around the regular price for cards like this. Lets hope SSD's start coming down a bit also. Thanks OP
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https://www.amazon.co.uk/Lexar-MicroSDXC-64GB-Flash-Memory/dp/B00C2WXVDW

Lexar MicroSDXC 64GB Flash Memory Card - LSDMI64GABEUC10

Price: £10.99 & FREE Delivery in the UK on orders over £20
Not a good deal really
Mymemory has integral 64 GB card for 11.75 was 9.99 previously. Has 20mb write and 80 read.

Based on that this is cold.

Edited By: zaheer2003 on Jul 20, 2016 14:12
for 12p more with adaptor

Transcend Premium

Edited By: kevinmc666 on Jul 20, 2016 12:36: manufacturer incorrect
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Lexar 128GB JumpDrive S45 USB 3.0 Flash Drive 150MB/s for £23.54 (incl. delivery) (using code) @ Mymemory

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Hey guys. The stick got somewhat cheaper, it's now at ~£23.54 (28,22€) including delivery. Use the code "MYMEMORY15". Type: without protection cap, eyelet • Interface: USB 3.0 (USB 3.1 Gen 1) • Conn…
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Shipping: International : € 2.73 for the first three "
pavel76
"Versand: International: €2.73 für die ersten drei Artikel"
Damn, you are right. Thx.
"Versand: International: €2.73 für die ersten drei Artikel"
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Integral 64GB Ultima Pro micro sdxc card with adapter £9.99 delivered from MyMemory

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An Integral 64GB micro card with speeds up to 90mbs,seems a fair price for a branded card from a good seller. Quidco/TCB as well
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back in stock.
furreal
This is a superb card, has given me about 40mbps write speed and about 80 for reading :)
how did you get 40mb/s write? most reviews on here and amazon say 20mb write speed. are you sure you are not talking about the ultima pro X?
But now £11.75,still a goodish price
it was 9.99 on monday, i bought one. still better value than the sandisk/samsung ones posted on here over past few days.
furreal
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back in stock.
furreal
This is a superb card, has given me about 40mbps write speed and about 80 for reading :)
how did you get 40mb/s write? most reviews on here and amazon say 20mb write speed. are you sure you are not talking about the ultima pro X?
http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/integral-128gb-micro-sdxc-uhs-u1-card-23-46-mymemory-with-code-2404329
Check first comment
yep, read your posts and others aswell for this card as it's been posted a few times. you are the ONLY one to get 40mb read speed, others are pretty consistently posting ~20mb/sec write both on here and amazon. i think you got lucky or have got the ultima pro "X" card which does have 40mb write speed.
Try switching to better performance on PC rather than for quick removal and that'll give you 40mbps.
I bought this after reading your positive writing speed experience, I'll be using it in a micro SD slot in my new netbook which only comes with a 32gb emmc storage so will be permanently plugged in the netbook.
I really hope I get your speeds as it will be used pretty heavily!
I haven't received the integral card yet, and will post my results.
http://i.imgur.com/eORXFmR.png
I remember I was getting 40mbps when I first got the card, seems like it has gone down in speed :(


Not sure how you are getting those speeds! I have just plugged it into my Lenovo 100s and get:

https://s32.postimg.org/nrdjea77p/integral3.png

Just noticed that there is a discrepancy between your capacity and my card by 2GB (mine says 58GB in CrystalDiskMark and your's says 60GB)! And I have checked the item number on mine and it does say INMSDX64G10-90U1.

Disappointed!


Edited By: zaheer2003 on Jul 23, 2016 18:56
zaheer2003
furreal
zaheer2003
cjhilton49
zaheer2003
back in stock.
furreal
This is a superb card, has given me about 40mbps write speed and about 80 for reading :)
how did you get 40mb/s write? most reviews on here and amazon say 20mb write speed. are you sure you are not talking about the ultima pro X?
But now £11.75,still a goodish price
it was 9.99 on monday, i bought one. still better value than the sandisk/samsung ones posted on here over past few days.
furreal
zaheer2003
back in stock.
furreal
This is a superb card, has given me about 40mbps write speed and about 80 for reading :)
how did you get 40mb/s write? most reviews on here and amazon say 20mb write speed. are you sure you are not talking about the ultima pro X?
http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/integral-128gb-micro-sdxc-uhs-u1-card-23-46-mymemory-with-code-2404329
Check first comment
yep, read your posts and others aswell for this card as it's been posted a few times. you are the ONLY one to get 40mb read speed, others are pretty consistently posting ~20mb/sec write both on here and amazon. i think you got lucky or have got the ultima pro "X" card which does have 40mb write speed.
Try switching to better performance on PC rather than for quick removal and that'll give you 40mbps.
I bought this after reading your positive writing speed experience, I'll be using it in a micro SD slot in my new netbook which only comes with a 32gb emmc storage so will be permanently plugged in the netbook.
I really hope I get your speeds as it will be used pretty heavily!
I haven't received the integral card yet, and will post my results.
http://i.imgur.com/eORXFmR.png

I remember I was getting 40mbps when I first got the card, seems like it has gone down in speed :(
zaheer2003
furreal
zaheer2003
cjhilton49
zaheer2003
back in stock.
furreal
This is a superb card, has given me about 40mbps write speed and about 80 for reading :)
how did you get 40mb/s write? most reviews on here and amazon say 20mb write speed. are you sure you are not talking about the ultima pro X?
But now £11.75,still a goodish price
it was 9.99 on monday, i bought one. still better value than the sandisk/samsung ones posted on here over past few days.
furreal
zaheer2003
back in stock.
furreal
This is a superb card, has given me about 40mbps write speed and about 80 for reading :)
how did you get 40mb/s write? most reviews on here and amazon say 20mb write speed. are you sure you are not talking about the ultima pro X?
http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/integral-128gb-micro-sdxc-uhs-u1-card-23-46-mymemory-with-code-2404329
Check first comment
yep, read your posts and others aswell for this card as it's been posted a few times. you are the ONLY one to get 40mb read speed, others are pretty consistently posting ~20mb/sec write both on here and amazon. i think you got lucky or have got the ultima pro "X" card which does have 40mb write speed.
Try switching to better performance on PC rather than for quick removal and that'll give you 40mbps.
I bought this after reading your positive writing speed experience, I'll be using it in a micro SD slot in my new netbook which only comes with a 32gb emmc storage so will be permanently plugged in the netbook.
I really hope I get your speeds as it will be used pretty heavily!
I haven't received the integral card yet, and will post my results.
I will do a test later on again and post it here :)
furreal
zaheer2003
cjhilton49
zaheer2003
back in stock.
furreal
This is a superb card, has given me about 40mbps write speed and about 80 for reading :)
how did you get 40mb/s write? most reviews on here and amazon say 20mb write speed. are you sure you are not talking about the ultima pro X?
But now £11.75,still a goodish price
it was 9.99 on monday, i bought one. still better value than the sandisk/samsung ones posted on here over past few days.
furreal
zaheer2003
back in stock.
furreal
This is a superb card, has given me about 40mbps write speed and about 80 for reading :)
how did you get 40mb/s write? most reviews on here and amazon say 20mb write speed. are you sure you are not talking about the ultima pro X?
http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/integral-128gb-micro-sdxc-uhs-u1-card-23-46-mymemory-with-code-2404329
Check first comment
yep, read your posts and others aswell for this card as it's been posted a few times. you are the ONLY one to get 40mb read speed, others are pretty consistently posting ~20mb/sec write both on here and amazon. i think you got lucky or have got the ultima pro "X" card which does have 40mb write speed.
Try switching to better performance on PC rather than for quick removal and that'll give you 40mbps.

I bought this after reading your positive writing speed experience, I'll be using it in a micro SD slot in my new netbook which only comes with a 32gb emmc storage so will be permanently plugged in the netbook.

I really hope I get your speeds as it will be used pretty heavily!

I haven't received the integral card yet, and will post my results.
zaheer2003
cjhilton49
zaheer2003
back in stock.
furreal
This is a superb card, has given me about 40mbps write speed and about 80 for reading :)
how did you get 40mb/s write? most reviews on here and amazon say 20mb write speed. are you sure you are not talking about the ultima pro X?
But now £11.75,still a goodish price
it was 9.99 on monday, i bought one. still better value than the sandisk/samsung ones posted on here over past few days.
furreal
zaheer2003
back in stock.
furreal
This is a superb card, has given me about 40mbps write speed and about 80 for reading :)
how did you get 40mb/s write? most reviews on here and amazon say 20mb write speed. are you sure you are not talking about the ultima pro X?
http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/integral-128gb-micro-sdxc-uhs-u1-card-23-46-mymemory-with-code-2404329
Check first comment
yep, read your posts and others aswell for this card as it's been posted a few times. you are the ONLY one to get 40mb read speed, others are pretty consistently posting ~20mb/sec write both on here and amazon. i think you got lucky or have got the ultima pro "X" card which does have 40mb write speed.
Try switching to better performance on PC rather than for quick removal and that'll give you 40mbps.
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Lexar 128GB JumpDrive S75 USB 3.0 Flash Drive - 150MB/s £19.99 mymemory

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+ 3% Quidco... good price for fast 128gb USB flash drive Same price at Amazon for Prime members
pavel76 Avatar2w, 13h agoFound 2 weeks, 13 hours ago1 Comment
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Very good price but only issue with these jump drives are the overall design. I had two 64gb dying on me so far. The place where plastic body connects to metal tip is the weakness of the design.
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128GB USB-3 Memory Stick- Mymemory 18.95 delivered @ Mymemory

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This was posted in the past from other sellers and its back in stock with mymemory again! See if it is useful to some one.
kkthomask Avatar2w, 14h agoFound 2 weeks, 14 hours ago9 Comments
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Saw this too late. Damn.

Just tested the write speed of this 128 Gb stick- 11 MBs in a USB 3 port with a 64 K block size. An 8 year old USB 2 in a USB 2 port is 10 MBs. Toshiba 64 Gb USB 3 was 38.3 MBs.

For the record, the write speed of the 128 Gb in my USB 2 port is 3.6 MBs.
Hey ho.

Also, package came from Switzerland, which was a surprise.
weirdo
vulcanproject
Read/Write speed- 25/14 mb/s
Sad face. But still, can't expect too much. It's a lot of flash memory on a USB stick.
I made the mistake of buying one of these a few months ago. Capacity is great and is good value if you're not bothered about performance. For me though, it annoys the hell out of me each time I copy files to it as it is just so damn slow - around 7mb/s write. It's even slower than a few my old USB 2 drives.

Problem is with such a large drive, you're extra likely to want massive files on it. I know I would. I don't need lightning drives, a few seconds here or there don't bother me. But you know, 35mb/s+ write would be nice.
vulcanproject
Read/Write speed- 25/14 mb/s
Sad face. But still, can't expect too much. It's a lot of flash memory on a USB stick.
I made the mistake of buying one of these a few months ago. Capacity is great and is good value if you're not bothered about performance. For me though, it annoys the hell out of me each time I copy files to it as it is just so damn slow - around 7mb/s write. It's even slower than a few my old USB 2 drives.

Edited By: weirdo on Jul 13, 2016 23:02
BillyD73
Consider it a USB 2 stick... still a good price for the size
I totally agree. Until someone posts to say the speeds are anywhere north of 40mb/s, I would consider these to be slow and USB 2. I have 2 older ones which are as quick as a whippet, but one I bought last month (and others will confirm) is utter pap, but cheap for 128GB.

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I ordered the 20,000mAh Dianlang (?) deal they had some time back and it turned out to be awful. Not sure what brand this is but I'm waiting for a deal on an Anker. You know what you're getting with them and their customer service is phenomenal.


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I ordered the 20,000mAh Dianlang (?) deal they had some time back and it turned out to be awful. Not sure what brand this is but I'm waiting for a deal on an Anker. You know what you're getting with them and their customer service is phenomenal.
wonder if its a good brand
what are the odds it doesn't have the stated capacity?
I guess someone would be buying this for a longish stay away from a power source and would rely on it to work. Personally I would buy 2 x lower mAh (13,000) for around the same price giving at least some insurance.
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true... there was only 2 days left on the 3 year warranty too... that said 60mb write is terrible... I won't buy sandisk again....
ZaGaZ
It was a SanDisk pulse - just under 3 years old and the write speeds were so low... but they have agreed to RMA it and give me a SanDisk ultra instead 8)
The speed stats are in this thread....
Well you can't really argue with their CS at least. I've never heard of the Pulse, was it a low end drive?
It was a SanDisk pulse - just under 3 years old and the write speeds were so low... but they have agreed to RMA it and give me a SanDisk ultra instead 8)

The speed stats are in this thread....
ZaGaZ
nooooooo.... I replaced a sandisk with this one as it was useless....
Was it that model of SSD, or just your specific unit? The only experience I have with SanDisk SSDs is the 120GB SanDisk Extreme I've had since 2012, which has been absolutely faultless in the nearly 15,000 hours it's been running for.
ebuyer have a toshiba 480 for a similar price if the integral one is not in stock...
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Thank you for that. So is this a poor choice, and if so, can anyone recommend an alternative.
I looked at the Kingston U3 but lots of people were reporting failures.
Is there a bulletproof card you would recommend?
(Someone please correct me if I'm wrong) But I think the Samsung Evo is probably your best bet for an all round fast card.
Samsung Evo is a good card, but it is not fast. Not even Evo+.
I upgraded from 128GB Samusng Evo+ to this Toshiba U3.
huangxq2, what do you use the card for? I read that the Samsung Evo are good for phones and tablets because they are pretty fast for small files http://www.pcadvisor.co.uk/test-centre/storage/best-microsd-card-best-microsd-cards-2016-3640745/
If you use it for phones, how did you find that this card compares with your Evo card? Was it much faster?
Thanks
I use it for movie files in my tablet.
The time to copy files to the card is halved.

Thanks for your reply. For copying large files, I suspect the headline, continuous rate is the one that matters rather than the small file writing and reading. It would be interesting if someone would publish benchmarks from phone apps for comparison - somebody probably has.
jameshvc
huangxq2
Narcotix
bob_regis

Thank you for that. So is this a poor choice, and if so, can anyone recommend an alternative.
I looked at the Kingston U3 but lots of people were reporting failures.
Is there a bulletproof card you would recommend?
(Someone please correct me if I'm wrong) But I think the Samsung Evo is probably your best bet for an all round fast card.
Samsung Evo is a good card, but it is not fast. Not even Evo+.
I upgraded from 128GB Samusng Evo+ to this Toshiba U3.
huangxq2, what do you use the card for? I read that the Samsung Evo are good for phones and tablets because they are pretty fast for small files http://www.pcadvisor.co.uk/test-centre/storage/best-microsd-card-best-microsd-cards-2016-3640745/
If you use it for phones, how did you find that this card compares with your Evo card? Was it much faster?
Thanks

I use it for movie files in my tablet.

The time to copy files to the card is halved.
huangxq2
Narcotix
bob_regis

Thank you for that. So is this a poor choice, and if so, can anyone recommend an alternative.
I looked at the Kingston U3 but lots of people were reporting failures.
Is there a bulletproof card you would recommend?
(Someone please correct me if I'm wrong) But I think the Samsung Evo is probably your best bet for an all round fast card.
Samsung Evo is a good card, but it is not fast. Not even Evo+.
I upgraded from 128GB Samusng Evo+ to this Toshiba U3.

huangxq2, what do you use the card for? I read that the Samsung Evo are good for phones and tablets because they are pretty fast for small files http://www.pcadvisor.co.uk/test-centre/storage/best-microsd-card-best-microsd-cards-2016-3640745/

If you use it for phones, how did you find that this card compares with your Evo card? Was it much faster?

Thanks
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Adding a microSD card lets you store more of your favourite media. For
example, with 128 GB you can store 1,920 minutes of video, 30,500 photos
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same price at Argos if people wish to buy in a shop

http://www.argos.co.uk/static/Product/partNumber/4539106.htm

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I paid £79.99 for the 480GB version from same supplier with paypal, paid 99p for expedited posted, turned up next day, installed and my Dell E6330 is flying boot time is a fraction of a normal hard drive, I see every body talking about speeds and is one better than another, my view, any SSD is going to be a lot better than a "normal" hard drive what ever the rpm, Hydrid drives are a waste of money, buy a 480GB ish SSD and a caddy to replace the cd/dvd drive, and put the drive you replace in to that! see http://www.mymemory.co.uk/SSD-Drives/Integral/Integral-480GB-P-Series-4-SATA-III-2.5INCH-SSD-Drive

Sorry just checked now reporting out of stock,
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Out of stock I'm afraid

Man, they went fast!
Out of stock I'm afraid
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That an odd size, usually media doubles in size. This should be 256GB should it not?
that is amazing value!
Great CS from Lexar, I had two 65gb card become unwritable ...... I could read from them ... returned them both and got two brand new cards in the post.
Amazes me the size these cards are getting to, 200 gig is amazing.
I got a sandisk 200gb micro sdxc from amazon for £50 in a deal that I originally missed a few weeks beforehand. I'm sure I've seen the same deal since
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I got 4 eventually. Tried with different browsers but no joy. it just eventually worked. I ordered 1 with Microsoft Edge and then 3 with Chrome
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Damn
So I got mine and I put it In my NVIDIA Shield Android TV.
It said it was slow WTF! Said apps may have problems and a may stutter.
Also said it was only 114gb.
Can't anyone advise?
Mine finally arrived. Below is the result. The write speed is not fast as my other 3 U3 cards are twice fast in write.

However, as the price is as cheap as a U1 card, I cannot complain.

This card is good value for money. You get the minimum U3 performance for the price of U1.


http://i63.tinypic.com/2exrj2c.png


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I'm looking for a new low profile USB drive. The Sandisk Ultra fit I have overheats and I'm scared it'll damage my laptop. Is this Lexar one better?
TBH I've not used mine enough to comment. However I had heard scare stories about other low profile USB devices getting very hot. The reason I picked the Lexar was due to the reviews saying it didn't suffer from this problem.

I've got 2 Ultra Fits. The first one from Amazon did get hot, but not enough to worry about. The second one brought via Flubit (they sourced it from a dodgy newsagents seller without telling me!) gets so hot the entire left side of laptop produces a huge amount of heat when it's plugged in.

Not buying another Ultra Fit again, and definitely never using Flubit again to do so as you have no control over where they source it from.

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montblanc
Is 150MB/s fast?

Doesn't mean anything anyway as its just a theoretical maximum, not a real world speed.
Is 150MB/s fast?

http://i.giphy.com/10BOtXNqT3Kqju.gif
Toybhoy
I'm looking for a new low profile USB drive. The Sandisk Ultra fit I have overheats and I'm scared it'll damage my laptop. Is this Lexar one better?
TBH I've not used mine enough to comment. However I had heard scare stories about other low profile USB devices getting very hot. The reason I picked the Lexar was due to the reviews saying it didn't suffer from this problem.
I'm looking for a new low profile USB drive. The Sandisk Ultra fit I have overheats and I'm scared it'll damage my laptop. Is this Lexar one better?
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too slow for my phone
Got this card in my s7 now (ordered when I saw this post so thank you to the op). I thought I would try and record a 4min video in 4K and it recorded to the card with no issues at all :)
Iron_Man
How do you know if a memory card is fake? I've ordered one and I'm keen to find out how I can check of its fake or genuine. All help appreciated. Many thanks.


​https://sosfakeflash.wordpress.com/h2testw/

been using it for years, ran it yesterday and it's all good :)
took about 3 hours to run since it's checks every sector on the card, read and write 40mb read and 20mb write
targetbsp
in$anity
I've ordered from these guys in the past and had a fake memory card. Refuse to purchase anything from them again.

The one I ordered from them (not this one, the replacement for this) was fine.

There are people in Amazon comments who claim to have had these fake from Amazon. Not market, themselves. So what can you do? Just have to take a chance, buy it, and sent it back if it is.

reindeer
I assume this is OK for a phone? - want some decent music storage.

Heat either way.

Better than Lexar and Sandisk in my experience*. Not tried other brands.


*to be fair, my experience of the other brands is a few years old. I can't in all honest say their current cards are not good. But I *can* state that this Samsung card is good because I have 4. :D




How can you check if a card is fake or not?
How do you know if a memory card is fake? I've ordered one and I'm keen to find out how I can check of its fake or genuine. All help appreciated. Many thanks.
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wrong, the bigger sizes are more popular and much better value. I would expect the smaller to be cheaper proportionally
No manufacturer is going to price a 120GB for less than half the price of their 240GB because that makes absolutely no sense whatsoever, you need to re-evaluate your expectations. A 240GB drive isn't better value to somebody who is only going to use 80-90GB of it, which applies to a huge percentage of users.

Spot on, 120gb will eventually disappear like the 64gb ssd did and then people will start attacking folk for why their are ordering the 240gb when the 512gb is better value per GB.

How many of these do they have in stock? Are people not ordering due to the '120gb is too small you must be stupid' brigade? Just ordered 4 and have a previous 120gb so in your face.

3 are/will be running on their own for mainly browsing and 2 will be running along side a larger hdd which will store all the data.
miaomiaobaubau
wrong, the bigger sizes are more popular and much better value. I would expect the smaller to be cheaper proportionally
No manufacturer is going to price a 120GB for less than half the price of their 240GB because that makes absolutely no sense whatsoever, you need to re-evaluate your expectations. A 240GB drive isn't better value to somebody who is only going to use 80-90GB of it, which applies to a huge percentage of users.


Edited By: Ashe on Jun 19, 2016 16:55
Ashe
miaomiaobaubau
would expect to pay no more than £15-18 if the 240gb can be found for less than £40 from time to time which make a lot more sense for now days usage. At £15 the very most this would be the ideal for me to test MB's
A 240GB drive is not more than twice as useful as a 120GB, considering most non-techy people won't need it. A 120GB will not be priced at less than half the price of a 240GB drive.
wrong, the bigger sizes are more popular and much better value. I would expect the smaller to be cheaper proportionally


Edited By: miaomiaobaubau on Jun 19, 2016 16:43
miaomiaobaubau
would expect to pay no more than £15-18 if the 240gb can be found for less than £40 from time to time which make a lot more sense for now days usage. At £15 the very most this would be the ideal for me to test MB's
A 240GB drive is not more than twice as useful as a 120GB, considering most non-techy people won't need it. A 120GB will not be priced at less than half the price of a 240GB drive.
would expect to pay no more than £15-18 if the 240gb can be found for less than £40 from time to time which make a lot more sense for now days usage. At £15 the very most this would be the ideal for me to test MB's

Edited By: miaomiaobaubau on Jun 18, 2016 08:09