Summary: We bought half a dozen Kingston drives similar to these, and as they were put into use we found that every one failed after 4-6 months. Every single one. They were not used heavily and were placed in different machines, so the problem was clearly in the drives.
Summary: I don't write review much but this Kingston SSD is very bad. I bought 16 Kingston SSD for the last 2 years ranging from 64GB to 256GB for my work. The are running 24/7. 3 of them dead in a year period. It is worst than normal HD.
Summary: Our supplier switched the tested and proven bomb-proof APACER SSD for these... THINGS in nearly 70 boxes a couple of months ago. What a mistake that was. Already I have 3 back, I predict I will be getting them back at the rate of several a week.
Summary: My experience has been like others I've seen posted here. I installed four Kingston SSDNow V100 64GB drives in brand new servers that were used as Linux routers. In this application, the drives would be lightly used. All seemed to work normally for a while.
Summary: I have bought V100 disk less than a year ago. First month it was working great. Then it started getting weird disk errors. I was starting to lose files and getting files overwritten with random garbage.
Summary: I purchased this drive and within weeks it started having issues. The firmware upgrade was the first thing done when I received the drive and it still failed within 2 weeks. I received a replacement drive and same issues, at first it runs a chkdsk on boot, then eventually fails.
Summary: I have replaced the hard drive on my HP Pavillipn dv7-6123c computer. Fortunately I don't need to update the firmware. All the software is working properly except quickbook. QUick book check the code in program directory.