Summary: I made it to the site the paper work said the spent 3 hours trying to down load. I finally thought I had it, and it asked to get a key. They put the key on the underside of the drive that was install in my system. Silly me. I did the right thing and got the key them discovered I could have saved myself some time and just sent the drive back because the key I got didn't work,
Summary: The Acronis Disk cloning software will not work with the bogus 2013 Home edition software key obtained from Adata and registered with Acronis. Spent over 10 hours trying to get it working. Tech support can't help and said to look online for help. Been building systems since the old intel 286 days. Haven't even address the problem yet that windows can't use the drive yet. Looks like it's going back.
SSD is a good option; not sure about this one though, failure in 3 days; full data loss
Kindle Customer, Amazon
21 October 2013
Summary: SSD is a good way to get your max performance for the dollar. The 256GB drive seemed to install and take the OS and migrated data okay. That was on Thursday; by Sunday night the drive was dead. That's right, fully not functional. I was warned by the Blue Screen of Death, Win7 Pro 64bit; then a check of the BIOS revealed that the primary memory was not present. The SSD dissapeared as far as the PC was concerned.
Summary: This Product is Garbage and the manufacturer is aware that they have an 11-20% Failure rate; IF you get one that is good, you are OK .....BUT if you are in that unlucky 20% the drive will last a few hours to 2 months and then DIE Reviews all over new egg and other back this up ... PLUS even Though Adata knows about this problem if you RMA the Drive YOU pay the shipping !