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Cons: Not as cheap as some other SSDs.
Other Thoughts: Honestly when things work, we all seem to me less likely to write a review than if we had a bad experience. After my SanDisk SSD just failed, I decided to come back here and write a review.
I also had the issue with the older firmware. Sometimes the BIOS would not detect the drive and most of the time it would. The firmware update utility was easy to use and the documentation was straight forward. The firmware image did not detect the drive on a HP laptop but did detect the drive on a Dell laptop and was able to upgrade the firmware. I have not had any issues since.
This review is from: SanDisk Ultra 2.5" 120GB SATA II Internal Solid State Drive (SSD) SDSSDH-120G-G25
Pros: It was fast, installed 2008 R2 from a thumbdrive; From the beginning of the installation to the desktop was 7 minutes 54 seconds. Inexpensive.
Cons: One more failed drive after ~4 months. I am working with SanDisk to warranty replace it, I will update this review with that experience. I am still very skeptical if I will used the warranty replaced drive and risk data loss from it.
Other Thoughts: I also have a Kingston SSD on a different laptop. If I were to make this purchase now I would just go with another Kingston even if there is a price difference.READ FULL REVIEW