Reviews and Problems with SanDisk Ultra Series (SDSSDH-120G,SDSSDH-240G)
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Ok after one day..
Carl Truth, Amazon
21 March 2015
Summary: Standard physical install plus Macrium Reflex clone of C: Drive. Much improvement over really slow ATA drive. Ok after one day.. About equal to year old Samsung 250, but cheaper (Moore’s Law). UPDATE: Samsung SSD I installed this as my C drive in a Win 7 Computer.
Not having a working software with it SUCKS big time the suggested software did not work
5 September 2014
Summary: just got the drive. Not having a working software with it SUCKS big time the suggested software did not work. Not sure what I can do to use that drive to replace the HHD I currently use..... Update: Samsung website suggested to use "EZGig IV" software... but that required a USB-adapter.
Summary: I appear to be joining the rest of the one star reviews with having my drive die after 16 months of use. Came in to find my computer with a blank screen and a solid hard drive light. Had to do a full power cycle in order to reboot.
Summary: Very fast - made my old desktop PC seem like it was new. Unfortunately, my first drive failed after about 3 months. Sandisk support was good and I got another one under warranty. Same story - worked great for a couple of months and then it failed. Great potential - lousy execution.
Summary: This device was easy to install, once I had the brackets and cables, super fast and booted in 10 seconds from POST. This lasted for four months. Today, after 4 months of very light use, just when I wanted to get some work done, I got a BSOD and the machine crashed.
Summary: Installing this drive and performing a clean install of Windows 7 was a breeze compare to a HDD. I am using this SSD as my main drive running Windows. Problems started to creep up after a few hours of running Windows.
Died within 1 week, the replacement after one day.
23 August 2011
Summary: Installed this in a Dell Latitude E6500 and followed with a fresh install of Windows 7. It worked fine for one week, but then the computer would not boot, nor could the drive been seen in an external enclosure. Amazon replaced it, but the same thing happened to the replacement drive after one day.
Summary: Generically, SSDs are just the best thing to make you feel like you've got a new computer. Buy one, use Macrium Reflect to copy your data over, and watch as your Windows startup screen struggles to finish before the login prompt appears :) Just don't buy these.