Kingston DataTraveler 150 64GB USB Flash Drive


I remember when 64MB flash drives were just coming out, they were expensive and considered a luxury item, now not so much, they’re pretty much useless at this point in time. The latest drives on the market today are 64GB in capacity, that’s a huge jump from the 64MB of just a few years ago. On a 64GB USB drive you can fit a little over thirteen and a half DVDs wort of information, that’s a lot on such a small device. I love doing what I do as it allows me to see things evolve more closely than the average person, it’s amazing how far we’ve come in just a short amount of time with technology.

Today for review I’ve got a product from our friends over at Kingston, it’s their DataTraveler 150 64GB USB drive. Only a handful of companies today produce 64GB flash drives, so it’s a treat to be getting one of these for review really, and of course in this review I’m comparing the DataTraveler 150 to another 64GB drive and some other high capacity USB drives.

So read on…

The Kingston DataTraveler 150 64GB USB drive comes in our favorite sealed plastic clamshell style package. Through the front we can plainly see the drive itself, and there’s some basic specs and features listed.

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The DataTraveler 150 does not come with a lanyard but it does come with a small nylon cord with clip ring on the end to be able to attach the drive to your keys or wherever.


The drive itself has a plastic housing colored red and black, the DataTraveler log is on the front and the Kingston log is on the back:

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The top is the cap, it comes off to reveal the USB connection, the cap can also be attached to the back end for storage.



Kingston DataTraveler 150 64GB USB Flash Drive

Model: DT150/64GB
64GB USB flash drive (2.0) – Red & Black

Affordability meets high capacity
DataTraveler 150 USB Flash drive is big news in mobile storage. With a capacity of 32GB & 64GB, it lets you store more digital files than ever before on one drive.

DataTraveler 150 from Kingston helps budget-conscious users break storage barriers, allowing them to easily store and move files in a 32GB & 64GB device no bigger than a pocketknife. As easy as click and drag, DataTraveler 150 can hold just about any file you can think of — term papers, theses, digital images, spreadsheets or other important documents.

Backed by legendary Kingston reliability plus a five-year warranty and 24/7 tech support, DataTraveler 150 is a reliable, inexpensive solution for carrying digital files with you anywhere you go.

-Capacity – 64GB
-Fast – Data transfer rates of up to 20MB/sec. read and 10MB/sec. write2
-Dimensions – 3.06" x 0.9" x 0.47" (77.9 mm x 22 mm x 12.05 mm)
-Operating Temperatures – 32 F to 140 F (0 C to 60 C)
-Storage Temperatures – -4 F to 185 F (-20 C to 85 C)
-Convenient – Pocket-sized for easy transportability
-Simple – Just plug into a USB port
-Practical – Stores cap securely on end of device to prevent loss of cap
-Guaranteed – Five-year warranty

The DataTraveler 150 does have a small blue LED in it near the back end to indicate activity.

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Overall the DataTraveler is a nice drive, it seems well made, and it does include the small strap to be attached to a keychain or wherever. I like the idea of being able to attach the cap to the tail end of the drive, but it’s not very secure there, it’s fairly loose and just a slight bump will knock it free, so it’s a good idea, but just not implemented very well.

Now we can move onto the testing, I dug out my Patriot Exporter Magnum 64gb drive for this test, and re-ran the tests of course as I’ve upgraded my system since I reviewed the Exporter back in November, you can read the review HERE if you wish, it will open in new window.


As you can see the Exporter is shorter but quite a bit wider than the DataTraveler is. The Kingston does have the LED indicator on it, while the Exporter does not, some people care about those things. The Exporter is made almost entirely of metal, while the DataTraveler is basically plastic, but it does feel sturdy, and well made.

If you’ve paid attention you’d know that I reviewed a bunch of USB drives lately, so I’ll be comparing the Kingston to those as well, in the charts though I dropped the lower capacity drives, the 4gb and 8gb ones are not there for the comparison, only the 16gb and 32gb ones are.

First up is SiSoft Sandra 2009 SP2 Removable Storage Benchmark, higher scores are better.


As you can see with the Combined Index scores the Kingston doesn’t look too good, let’s take a look at the 256MB Files Test:


Here we can see the DataTraveler excels at handling large files, it’s the best in this test.

Let’s move on to DiskBench, this test gives me actual time in seconds it takes to do certain tasks like Copying and Reading to and from the USB drives. I used a 350MB .AVI Video file for the tests.

Since these are time, lower is better of course, the chart is arranged from best to worst with Copy To or Write time are the reference point of the ordering.


Here we can see the DataTraveler 150 does very well, coming in at a hair over 20 seconds to complete the transfer to the drive. We also see the scores for Copy From and Read From are very good as well.

Here are the Transfer Rates for the above tests, higher score is better, same ordering for this graph:


Now here on this chart we see something that totally surprised me, I was not expecting much from this drive, if you look at the specs you’ll see "Data transfer rates of up to 20MB/sec. read and 10MB/sec. write" but if we look at the rates I got it does quite a bit better than those listed specs, much better in fact.

So we see the Kingston DataTraveler 150 64GB USB drive can hold it’s own when compared to others on the market today.

I did a search of NewEgg for this drive and compared prices to other 64GB drives available now, I found that the Kingston is actually the least expensive, at regular price, with no rebates or anything.

The DataTraveler also has a 5 year warranty on it as well, which is pretty nice, though in 5 years we’ll probably have 1 terabyte flash drives and this thing will be completely obsolete, but it’s still a good warranty length.


The Kingston DataTraveler 150 64GB USB drive is fast, much faster than it’s specs state it to be actually. Considering this is the least expensive of the 64GB USB drives on the market today, I think it’s the one to get and worth the cost if you need the large capacity.

The DataTraveler 150 is decently made as well, it seems rugged enough to be able to last though our daily lives, and if anything should happen there’s always the 5 year warranty.

The design is nice, I like the look of it, but I don’t like the fact that the cap isn’t secure on the the drive.


Well made product
Decent speeds overall
5yr warranty
Least expensive (regular price)of the 64GB drives on the market
Large capacity

Cap isn’t secure on back end
Still expensive


  58 comments for “Kingston DataTraveler 150 64GB USB Flash Drive

  1. Brajesh
    March 17, 2009 at 10:28 am

    What is the filesystem, FAT or NTFS?

  2. kristofer
    March 17, 2009 at 1:02 pm

    Fat32 is the File System

  3. Amer
    July 11, 2009 at 7:50 pm

    The flash usp was’t format and any copy files can’t read it

  4. Costantinos
    July 24, 2009 at 9:20 am

    I owned one of the above usb drive and i faced many problems
    First it was very slow for 2.0
    Then i copied some movies to transfer but no success.It shows that it was copying but when i try to open it from another pc the files were shown in an unknown type and zero capacity
    In the beginning i thought it was the difference between vista and xp
    Then i saw that the usb driver is not compatible with xpservice pack 3
    I finally somehow succeed to format the driver and now seems to work fine but only recognize 32g from 64g
    Dont know what to do
    Looking forward to have news from you

    Best Regards

  5. jpwinne
    July 25, 2009 at 12:26 pm


    You have probably formatted your 64 GB with FAT32 file system, which can only address 32 GB. Furthermore, FAT32 maximum file size is 4 GB.

    Try formatting it again with NTFS, then vista and xp should be happy reading and writing it.

  6. Tibor
    October 18, 2009 at 7:45 pm

    I have the same problem with format as Constantinos had but I can’t choose for formatting FAT32 either NTFS.
    This DataTraveler 150 64GB is no way to work in my W XP SP3.
    Could someone help me to solve this trouble?

  7. tony
    October 23, 2009 at 9:56 am

    i have the same problem as Tibor, has anyone got a solution to this yet?

  8. hihi
    October 23, 2009 at 7:53 pm

    Possible solutions:

    Note that if you need to transfer files from/to a Mac, you may need to stick with FAT32.

    Also, rejoice as 2010 will be the year of USB 3.0 devices. Motherboards with native USB 3.0 support will appear.

  9. madawa
    November 5, 2009 at 9:04 am

    i have bought a new 64G flash drive and it is functioning for the first 2 days. after that, it show ” the disk is not formated” notice when i try to access my flash drive. i have try to format it by clicking ok but it does not work. i have also try using computer management, VAIO soft recovery manager, Kill disk and other files recovery software but it still doesn’t work. I can detect the 64G capacity under the computer management, but it does not show as NTFS file. i have check the flash drive and it show as RAW file system under the properties.

  10. Ravi
    November 10, 2009 at 12:33 pm

    64 GB USB flash drive og kingston and i m not able to format it. its shows the RAW file system

  11. Ssos
    November 10, 2009 at 12:37 pm

    Hello, i have a Kingstone 64GB, came formatted with Fat32 file system. So because i wanted to transfer files larger that 4GB, i tried formating it into NTFS, but NTFS does not support Removable disks optimised for quick removal. So i used Paragon Partition Manager professional and was able to format it in either NTFS or FAT32.
    But NTFS causes Flash to bring errors in Data copied. So i resolved to formating it in Fat32. Mac formats it in OSX file system and it works OK. But Windows does seem to bring up errors when alot of Data is placed on the Flash

  12. November 10, 2009 at 5:52 pm

    In May 2009 I purchased a kingston datatraveler 150 64gbwhich arrived ok . I plugged it in and trasfered some files ok then remved it., Some time later I plugged it in and the plug pushed into the case but managed to get it out, I reinserted it but it did not work I sent an email explaining what had happened and had a reply to return it There was no addresst to send to only Shanghai China on the EMS delivery note. I have emailed numerous times for a return address but had no resonsI am using windows xp Can anyone help

  13. Data Traveler
    November 27, 2009 at 8:26 pm

    Just received mine and plugged it into my Linux Fedora 10 box and it only shows 34GB rather than 64G, it also had some really strange partition layout.

    I removed the partitions, then created 1 Linux partition and formatted it with ext3 filing system (mkfs -t ext3 /dev/sdh1) and it formatted 34GB.

    I let it set there, after about an hour of doing nothing I got lots of kernel message and I/O errors. I have tested this in multiple machines with the same results.

    Who do I contact about the warrenty – I bought this from on Ebay from Hong Kong – that ebay user has since vanished from ebay – Ebay told me that they removed the account 🙁

    The product says that I can verify with this message”

    “ identify genune kingston memory products”

    lsusb – shows
    Bus 001 Device 003: ID 1221:3234

    dmesg – show
    usb 1-2: new high speed USB device using ehci_hcd and address 3
    usb 1-2: configuration #1 chosen from 1 choice
    usb 1-2: New USB device found, idVendor=1221, idProduct=3234
    usb 1-2: New USB device strings: Mfr=1, Product=2, SerialNumber=3
    usb 1-2: Product: Flash Disk
    usb 1-2: Manufacturer: USB2.0
    usb 1-2: SerialNumber: 1000000000000EE5
    Initializing USB Mass Storage driver…
    scsi2 : SCSI emulation for USB Mass Storage devices
    usbcore: registered new interface driver usb-storage
    USB Mass Storage support registered.
    usb-storage: device found at 3
    usb-storage: waiting for device to settle before scanning
    usb-storage: device scan complete
    scsi 2:0:0:0: Direct-Access USB2.0 Flash Disk 2.50 PQ: 0 ANSI: 2
    sd 2:0:0:0: [sdc] 67108864 512-byte hardware sectors (34360 MB)
    sd 2:0:0:0: [sdc] Write Protect is off
    sd 2:0:0:0: [sdc] Mode Sense: 0b 00 00 08
    sd 2:0:0:0: [sdc] Assuming drive cache: write through
    sd 2:0:0:0: [sdc] 67108864 512-byte hardware sectors (34360 MB)
    sd 2:0:0:0: [sdc] Write Protect is off
    sd 2:0:0:0: [sdc] Mode Sense: 0b 00 00 08
    sd 2:0:0:0: [sdc] Assuming drive cache: write through
    sdc: sdc1
    sd 2:0:0:0: [sdc] Attached SCSI removable disk
    sd 2:0:0:0: Attached scsi generic sg2 type 0

    fdisk -l

    Disk /dev/sdc: 34.3 GB, 34359738368 bytes
    64 heads, 32 sectors/track, 32768 cylinders
    Units = cylinders of 2048 * 512 = 1048576 bytes
    Disk identifier: 0xf92b19b9

    Device Boot Start End Blocks Id System
    /dev/sdc1 1 32768 33554416 83 Linux

  14. Chris Oliver
    January 4, 2010 at 7:57 pm

    Hey guys a little tip on how to format as NTFS, as winxp will not let you format removable storage as ntfs by default.

    this guide works for XP but i don’t know about vista you can try it but the device manager is located elsewhere

    first you need to enter the device manager – right click my computer, click manage, click device manager.

    where it says disk drives click the little plus sign, and right click the Pen drive and click properties.

    on the properties box, click the Policies tab, then select “optimise for proformance” and click ok.

    now you will be able to format the 64gb drive as NTFS

  15. Gerry P
    January 22, 2010 at 1:09 am

    I would like to hear from anyone who has actually formatted a USB key to NTFS and have it work on a daily basis. I have read all the theory and instructions on how to do it…but I have never read of someone actually using it. Anyone?

  16. Corrine Martell
    January 27, 2010 at 2:13 pm

    I would like to know if anyone else has encountered this problem. I have a Kingston 150 64gb data traveler. When I first received it it was formatted and ready to use. I attempted to copy several movies on to the data traveler for storage. When I went to check to see if it was complete, All 8 files had the same. I tried to open them and they all were the same movie it took the title and copies one movie over all of them. I lost all my movie and I was upset. Then it would not even let me access the drive. It continuously told me I had to format but when I tried it would not let me do it. No I have a useless 64gig data traveler. Does anyone know what I can do to make this work and actually be able to put movies on it????

  17. Daniel R
    February 9, 2010 at 2:58 am

    i buy 1 from ebay and just like you ,i screw up my data travel 64gb.Ifind a little program call (HP USB Disk Storage Format Tool ) and for me it is the best.It can FORMAT in Fat,Fat32,Exfat and Ntfs,For now this key is grate,im testing it every day since ……….by the way the indicator LED is RED not blue,it is hard to see.
    how about yours…..

  18. Daniel R
    February 9, 2010 at 2:59 am

    hp usb format

  19. steefozo
    February 9, 2010 at 7:06 am

    Regarding to NTFS partitioning of a USB flash drive , sure its possible and I’ve done it on number of flashes , but to be able to format it with NTFS you have to chose “Optimize for Performance” as described earlier somewhere here.
    If the flash is reading un-correct size (64 reading 32 ) or even 64 but any files added after a limit (like 16GB or 32 GB ) will start crashing , this means that you probably have faked flash (not original)… I bought my self two Kingston 64GB through eBay from two different resources and found out any files added after 4GB will start crashing (over-writing) the previous files and becomes corrupted , I used a test software and got sure that the useable capacity was 4GB of 64 GBs …

  20. djamel
    February 26, 2010 at 6:20 pm

    j’ai flash memory kingston ” data traveler 1gb ” al la forme ” raw ”

    I can not format whay the problem

  21. kjahr
    March 22, 2010 at 3:21 pm

    A couple of months ago I bought a Kingston 32GB from Amazon, formatted it and loaded some files on it. Then I had problems and called Kingston who asked for the serial number. When I told them there was none they informed me my unit was a counterfeit. Amazon reimbursed me, not problems. So, all of you who have problems, check whether there is a serial number on your usb stick. It’s supposed to be on the metal plug, or somewhere near it (I forgot details)

  22. Martin
    March 23, 2010 at 5:44 pm

    Completely useless device – it came with 2 partitions – the first is about 100MB which I can format with NTFS or FAT32. The second is 60GB but it won’t let me format, create a partition or delete the primary partition. An expensive piece of junk. Kingston did not respond when I sent an email through their useless online problem reporting system. Next time I’ll go back to Corsair – not only do their products work but their customer support is good.

  23. Hahn Winfried
    April 4, 2010 at 9:56 am


    Iam from germany and i hope my english is godd enough to understand.

    I bought a new Kinsgton Datatraveler 200 with 64 GB what is formated in FAT 32.
    I have build powerpoint presentationes with over 100 MB, over 100 peaces. I will send the stick to my forain frend, so that he could see, what i have done.

    Well, fat32 does not open th pps file, they are to great. Now i want to formate the
    usb stick in ntfs. Impossible. Windows xp, what i have dont make it. in the end comes the sentense: windos was not able to formate compleatly.

    with cmd and convert E: /FS:NTFS it also dont go.

    i trayed th HP Tool 2.2.3 Storage Disk Tool and it also failed.

    I have no idea what i can do. I found nothing by Kingston support in germany to solve that problem.

    Can you help me?

    For understanding: I want to put also movies on the datastick, witch i have made from my family with my camcorder. Such short movies are in “.avi” and some of them are bigger than 2 GB. This fat32 does not open the movie files from the datastick.

    Thank you very much

  24. michael
    April 13, 2010 at 6:36 am

    Hi Mike

    I cant formatt my kingston data traveler 64gb flash drive. I cut and paste worms armageddon folder from the local disc (c). When i tried to delete it mostly went except some folders. It says:- cannot delete aL/y4_~1: Cannot find the specified file.
    Make sure you specify the correct path and file name.

    Can you help me clean it?

    Thanx Mike

  25. Taher
    April 17, 2010 at 5:59 pm

    I am from Canada.
    For the first two days the USB worked fine, then out of nowhere it stopped working.
    The USB lights up, but the computer doesn’t even notice that a USB was plugged in.
    It rarely works, and when it does, it says that the USB needs to be formatted before usage.

  26. Vanessa Mawa
    June 10, 2010 at 2:46 am

    Same here! I TRIED MY 16GB BUT IT DIDN’T WORK!!! i AM TRYING TO FORMAT IT BUT ITS VERY HARD!!!!!!!!!!!!!! i HATE THIS!!!!!! 4RM: papua new guinea

  27. elie
    June 21, 2010 at 6:38 am

    hello, i’m trying to format my 64 gb flash memory datatraveler from kingston and it only shows to format it using NTFS and no FAT or FAT 32…. when formatting using NTFS at the end this message shows up: ” windows was unable to complete the format “. can anyone help to fix the error and format the flash memory???? thanks

    • Roysky19m
      November 10, 2010 at 1:36 am

      hey buddy…..! may be your flash drive has a supported operating system, try to find it, is either be on the manual of your flash drive…………….. thanks, hope this could help you

  28. Charl
    June 26, 2010 at 10:47 am

    I have a problem. I had bought a 64 GB drive (Kingston). Stores data on it like movies, etc. without any problem but when I try to open the files it does not. eg. I had stored a .avi file. This file from the HDD opens and plays in Windows Media Player or VLC but when opened from the 64 GB Flash drive it says cannot play and gives out an error message. Any advise.

  29. arshad
    June 30, 2010 at 4:41 pm

    hi i have purshed 32 drive kingston 150 datatravller .. once i formated it its showing only 2mb can any one find the solution for this i will be thanks full.. i formted on xp…

  30. Oleg
    July 6, 2010 at 5:00 pm

    this utility can help with 64Gb flash
    format in FAT32

    • KEIZAR7
      June 13, 2011 at 11:25 pm


  31. juan
    July 27, 2010 at 11:44 am

    Hi all U helpseekers

    I followed the procedure as given above .. optimise for performance
    .. and all went well .

    May I remind that at FAT32 the file size limit is 4 GB

    The serial number, if any is present, is on mine at the metal shaft
    and hardly to detect, only with magnifier glasses I was able to
    discover them.

    To make them really visible use a LED flashlight.

    Mine I had to roll about 15 degrees to the side were the light comes from.

    If the metal is reflecting the light of the LED flashlight U are able to see
    the serial number.

    Those of U who weren’t successful till now, read the whole blog again
    and U will make it.

    Good luck


  32. Shamshair ali
    August 5, 2010 at 12:37 pm

    i have 64GB usb but this is not working or not formate plz help me

  33. August 7, 2010 at 11:50 am

    Hi y’all,

    1] My USB kingston 8Gb flash drive in the NTFS mode is, although brand new and unused, is completely full according to the “used space” indicator in the Properties pane and cannot/will not/refuses to be reformatted and is also now not recognized [in the NTFS mode] by XP sp3.
    In the FAT32 mode it will accept files but very carefully corrupts a minor portion of them first so that the files are subsequently unusable. This makes the kingston 8Gb flash drive therefore completely useless as a backup tool.
    Another “Made in China” ripoff!
    2] I carefully read all the comments/remarks posted here and can only conclude from this and personal experience that Kingston products are #%*&% rubbish!
    3] Also I’ve spent lotsa time elsewhere looking for solutions and found zilch! Standard R/W DVD’s only accept ’bout 3.5 Gb data so if anyone knows of any reliable alternative storage systems without getting into 2nd hard drives etc together with all the attached [for a laptop anyway] paraphanalia, kindly let us know please. Mebbe “Blue Ray” is the way to go?
    4]I never know what is required in the “Website” space so I usually just copy and paste the URL of the site I am using. ‘Pologies iffen this is a mistake…

  34. saim
    September 7, 2010 at 6:35 am

    price ??

  35. Sanaul
    September 7, 2010 at 7:37 pm

    my 64 gb is not working in xp.Whn i chck for properties it shows 0 bytes used and 0 bytes free and RAW system.Whz the solution?

  36. Eve
    September 14, 2010 at 1:38 pm

    I have the same problem too.. I bought Kingston 8GB flash drive in a local computer store in SM South. I was so excited because I thought I can finally back-up my files. After formatting it on FAT32 I started copying & pasting some of my large files into it, I consumed about 4GB. A few days later I tried to check the flash drive and I was annoyed and felt upset after finding out that my files are no longer recognizable. Some of my files even had filenames written in unknown codes/characters. It really pisses me off until now! I cannot reformat it using NTFS even if I followed the right instructions on doing so…

    I’m not really a techie kind of person but I can say that Kingston products are not that reliable compared to other brands like Imation and Transcend. I only bought it ’cause I found it cheaper than the other brands although the performance does not compensate with my level of satisfaction. I can’t still manage to use my Kingston 8GB USB flashdrive since it still continuously converts my files into unrecognizable data.

  37. Davi
    September 17, 2010 at 1:59 pm

    Currently there is no way to format a 64GB flash memory stick with a file system other than exFAT. Windows XP needs an update to support exFAT. To download it, go to Windows 7 provides native support for this. Particularly I still have data corruption issues using a Datatraveler 64GB….and I’m still working to find out if it is related to the memory stick itself (defective) or if it is some Operatin System related error.

  38. WTF
    September 28, 2010 at 6:03 pm

    Wow, guess I’ll skip purchasing this drive

  39. Plabhi
    October 5, 2010 at 2:34 pm

    hey what is this your company product first time for use the products but when amtry it not working so am not interest to use ur products

  40. Plabhi
    October 5, 2010 at 2:37 pm

    Hello sir, madam please do not produce the products for profit some times think consumers satisfaction sorry to say for this.. In my life never use this products

  41. F. Castellanos
    October 6, 2010 at 1:21 am

    I’m very dissapointed with this product. It is useless y gave more me than a headache. It just die by my hammer.
    What a mess with the files I tried to copy.

  42. emmanuel
    October 30, 2010 at 7:39 pm

    pls my data traveler is not working

    • Roysky19m
      November 10, 2010 at 1:39 am

      if the computer was not able to open your flash drive, there nothing you can do about it…… just buy another one, and make sure to get a good one

  43. November 20, 2010 at 12:21 am

    hi there.. i had a really big problem with my Kingston 4GB flash drive. I can copy and paste files. When I first inserted the disk on my computer, I tried put up some empty folders in order to organize my files, but when I opened the folders, there were files with crazy characters on it. I cant open the files and I cant delete it. I tried to reformat it and it went well. I tried to put things there again. Videos, word documents and such. But when I tried to access my files, specially videos, it wont open it. I tried to access my documents and it was ruined.

    This really pissed me off because It cant transfer my files without ruining it. I keep on reformatting it but the same problems appear.

    Can somebody help me? Its a new disk and kinda expensive here in our place.

  44. February 7, 2011 at 3:23 am

    ” The Kingston does have the LED indicator on it, while the Exporter does not, some people care about those things.”

    This couldnt be more incorrect than if you had said it was a 5TB USB drive made by Poppa Smurf. The Exporter does indeed have an LED indicator. Pay attention…

  45. Guest
    June 15, 2011 at 1:59 am

    hello to  everyone , if you have problem whith your datravelers 150 64gb from kingston, the reason is simple .  if you don’t  see a serial number on the stick it self ….your  usb drive is a contherfit…..just call kingston compagny and they will tell you it a contherfit or not…..if it-is they send you a letter saying why….by the way it-is not on warranty…..if it is a contherfit…..
    and no way you can fix-it…..

    if it-is not a contherfit you have 5 years warranty…

    if you bouth it with paypal they help you to get  your money back if the 45 days not pass…

    so good luke

    a friend…..

  46. Malai
    November 10, 2013 at 4:53 am

    Well, I read through ALL the comments and they all relate to the same problem, i.e. unable to format 64GB USB from eFat32 to NTFS BUT no one has come up with ANY solution! I have tried variou “experts” and bloggs and they are the same.

  47. November 10, 2013 at 8:30 am

    I don’t understand all the problems.. I’m still using mine, it still works great

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