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SanDisk Extreme 64 GB USB 3.0 Flash Drive up to 190 MB/s SDCZ80-064G-X46

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  • Brand: Sandisk
  • Model number: SDCZ80-064G
  • Password protection and file privacy with included SanDisk SecureAccess software
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Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 0.4 x 0.8 x 2.8 inches ; 0.3 ounces
  • Shipping Weight: 1 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • ASIN: B007YXA5SI
  • Item model number: SDCZ80-064G-X46
  • Batteries 1 C batteries required.
  • Average Customer Review: 4.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (184 customer reviews)

Product Description

Spend less time waiting - Transfer large photos, videos or other files up to 10 times faster with the SanDisk Extreme® USB Flash Drive. Super-fast speeds up to 190 MB/sec let you transfer your files in a fraction of the time it takes with USB 2.0 technology. Plus, the included SanDisk® SecureAccessTM software provides password protection for your private files. Host Interface: USB 3.0 Host Interface: USB 3.0 Product Type: Flash Drive Storage Capacity: 64 GB Product Type: Flash Drive Storage Capacity: 64 GB Manufacturer Part Number: SDCZ80-064G-X46 Weight (Approximate): 0.64 oz Color: Black Features: Encryption Support Features: Password Protection Form Factor: External Length: 2.8 Manufacturer: SanDisk Corporation Product Name: Extreme USB 3.0 Flash Drive 64GB Product Line: Extreme Brand Name: SanDisk Brand Name: SanDisk Height: 0.5 Width: 0.8 Product Family: Extreme


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Customer Reviews

Fast transfer speeds at USB 3.0.
Matt from Raleigh
Another attempt to access the drive returned a message from Windows that the device needed to be formatted.
EatsMeat
Had I written this review before today I would have given it 5 stars.
The Fiddl3r

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28 of 35 people found the following review helpful By How2do on August 17, 2012
Fist of all, I bought a little bit different model (SDCZ80-064G-A75) of this flash drive from Staples (SanDisk Extreme USB 3.0 64GB). To help others to find out if they got a defective flash drive, I would advise to do the following on Windows based systems:

1. Plug in your drive to the USB3 or USB2 port (do not listen to other people, who are telling you that the USB3 drives will not work on USB2 ports).
2. If your flash drive is recognized by your computer, go to the next step. If not, there is a chance that you got a defective drive. Though sometimes Windows just cannot assign a letter to your flash drive on some reasons (you have connected a lot of network drives, the flash drive is not formatted in FAT/FAT32 or NTFS, etc.).
3. Copy all files from the flash drive to your hard drive (just in case if you need them in the future).
4. In Windows Explorer right click on the flash drive and select "Format" (make sure that "Quick Format" option is selected).
5. Click Start. It takes 5-10 sec to format your flash drive.
6. In Windows Explorer right click on the flash drive and select Properties - Tools - Check now ...
7. Make sure that both Check disk options are selected ("Automatically fix file system error" and "Scan for and attempt recovery of bad sectors").
8. Click Start. It takes a couple of minutes (on USB2 ports).
9. Check the results of your scan. If there are no errors/bad sectors, you are good to go.

Now about this flash drive. It does not feel cheap for me. I like the extractable USB connector (but actually it is a matter of taste). I quickly tested my flash drive on USB2 and USB3 computers and got the following results (the flash drive was formatted in NTFS) for the 2GB wmv file.
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29 of 39 people found the following review helpful By Alex K on October 17, 2013
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I've had numerous USB 3.0 drives and while this one may be faster than all the others when it comes to small files, it's completely useless for real work. The biggest reason is that it will show up as a hard drive rather than a removable device. You may still be able to install Linux on it but forget about trying to run the Windows 7 installer. And even then you can't use simple programs like unetbootin because they won't detect this since it's not a removable device.

The biggest issue is it seems that Sandisk has made it impossible to flip the removable media bit, which is the part of the USB drive read by Windows that either sets it up as a removable device or a hard drive. From my understanding when it's mounted as a hard drive, many programs made to work with USB drives will not work with it and some older computers will have trouble booting from it. I've searched online for hours and tried a few programs and hacks, but got fed up with having to go through all this to sidestep dumb decision making by Sandisk. Despite all that I finally got Windows 7 installer on there thanks to XBoot but couldn't get past the detection of the drive to begin the actual setup. I looked this up and there's many people having the problem and all the other remedies you'd try on other drives will not work. A few people had success with taking it out and refreshing the setup then putting it back in and refreshing one more time to have it continue. I tried this and a few other things and nothing helped.

Supposedly some people that bought this drive had it show up as a removable device and some as a hard drive which is why you might find mixed reviews on Amazon and elsewhere saying it's fine to use to boot Windows installer or other Linux distros off of it.
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October 22, 2013
Hi Alex K,

My name is Allen from SanDisk support. Windows 8 Certification requires flash drive manufacturers to configure flash drives as fixed disks. Hence, SanDisk is beginning production of flash drives configured as fixed disk in 2012 to meet new requirements for Windows 8 Certification.

For further information, please refer to the link below:
http://kb.sandisk.com/app/answers/detail/a_id/12830

Please feel free to contact SanDisk support at 1-866-SANDISK or submit a support request at www.sandisk.com/support for any further assistance.

Thank you very much for choosing SanDisk.

Allen,
SanDisk support
74 of 102 people found the following review helpful By Paradeigmas on July 12, 2012
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Sandisk has always, ALWAYS been one of my favorite USB/Flash product makers up until about three years ago. But before I get into the review of this particular product, let me take you back a few years.

Approximately four or five years ago, Sandisk was just beginning their journey to flash drive market dominance. By constantly churning out products with both quality and usability (Sandisk Titanium and Sandisk Cruzer Contour), it is not difficult for any consumer to notice the time and effort Sandisk spend into designing and manufacturing their products.

When it was first introduced, Sandisk's flagship drive (Contour) bore some of the most astonishing designs the world has ever seen. Even the box that the Contour came in had a few jaw dropping sliding design elements to it. Sandisk even threw in a small carrying pouch, while the drive itself was double wrapped in small plastic bags to prevent shipping damage. The Contours I purchased way back then are still working perfectly today. To me, Sandisk was the icon of quality, design, and usability.

And poof it was all gone.

Sandisk's new flagship Extreme USB 3.0 drive (64GB) came in a box for a product of which you'd expect to find in a dollar store, poorly printed, easily crushable in some areas. By opening the box, you pull out a cheap, machine pressed plastic sheet with the drive sealed inside alone. Seeing this, I had a moment of doubt that I actually paid $100 for this thing. Cutting the plastic sheet open with a pair of scissors, the drive falls lightly into my hand.

It feels cheap. For $100, you'd expect to get a premium product with high quality components inside and out. This drive however, feels identical to those $20 Sandisk drives that are everywhere today.
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