Corsair Flash Voyager 64 Gb

Could you please advise me how to formate Corsair Flash 64 Gb. Thanks. Peter
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  1. After plugging it in, go to my computer, right click on it, format, and then select quick format.
  2. peter556 said:
    Could you please advise me how to formate Corsair Flash 64 Gb. Thanks. Peter


    Hi Peter, so you've got one of these babies as well? Tasty bit of kit (64GB for £75 and feels like a quality piece of kit - what's not to like?) but have you had any problems writing to it?

    It is incredibly slow for a USB 2.0 flash drive but I don't think it's a problem with the drive itself - I've read that Windows XP SP3 doesn't support USB 2.0.

    I've got 60GB+ to write to it and and current speeds it will days, if not weeks!

    I'd be interested to know what your experience is - or anyone else's out there. Can anyone offer any advice (apart from downloading the latest drivers which I believe I have, having checked via the Device Manager option in Control Panel)?

    Cheers

    (Another) Peter
  3. telstar29 said:
    Hi Peter, so you've got one of these babies as well? Tasty bit of kit (64GB for £75 and feels like a quality piece of kit - what's not to like?) but have you had any problems writing to it?

    It is incredibly slow for a USB 2.0 flash drive but I don't think it's a problem with the drive itself - I've read that Windows XP SP3 doesn't support USB 2.0.

    I've got 60GB+ to write to it and and current speeds it will days, if not weeks!

    I'd be interested to know what your experience is - or anyone else's out there. Can anyone offer any advice (apart from downloading the latest drivers which I believe I have, having checked via the Device Manager option in Control Panel)?

    Cheers

    (Another) Peter


    Windows XP does support USB2, you may have issues with your motherboard drivers or something else.
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