Shop Confidently with 30-Day Hassle-Free Returns
cover
chris m.

chris m.

Joined on 11/06/08

0
0

Product Reviews
product reviews
  • 2
Most Critical Review

Dead in 14 Months

Kingston SSDNow V100 Series 2.5" 64GB SATA II Internal / External Solid State Drive (SSD) SV100S2D/64GZ
Kingston SSDNow V100 Series 2.5" 64GB SATA II Internal / External Solid State Drive (SSD) SV100S2D/64GZ

Pros: worked super fast when it worked now bios dont see it tried other PC aswell nota no go ,easy set up

Cons: Dies within 14 months No Bios detection

Overall Review: this was located in a hot area daault it had anything to do with it never saww over 90

After several days of frustration I returned product

HighPoint RocketRAID 2300 PCI Express SATA II (3.0Gb/s) Controller Card
HighPoint RocketRAID 2300 PCI Express SATA II (3.0Gb/s) Controller Card

Pros: none didnt work from there directions my way worked , then they sent me better directions but i did not try them sent it back

Cons: all DOnt even bother following directions in manual you will waste several hours I got it in by not following the directions and did get it working but at that point i was ****** at the directions I sent it back 4 days after sending a request to company for support i got a answere here it is for anyone trying to use it with vista Updated via the portal by vision quest >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>> yeah well maybe u should have that in the manual with the driver s on a usb stick instead of having to read entire book>> I sent it back do to your very slow responses Today @ 5:57amDear customer, 1.If you want to boot from the legacy drive which has the system on it,you need to first load the driver on the system then connect the legacy drive to the card,then check if it can be recognised as a legacy device,then it can boot from the drive. 2.If you want to install a fresh system on the array ,during the installign process you can load the driver with an USB disk.Please first unz

Overall Review: Dear customer, 1.If you want to boot from the legacy drive which has the system on it,you need to first load the driver on the system then connect the legacy drive to the card,then check if it can be recognised as a legacy device,then it can boot from the drive. 2.If you want to install a fresh system on the array ,during the installign process you can load the driver with an USB disk.Please first unzip the driver package and then copy it to the USB.Please make sure the driver is the right version and the latest.here is the link: http://www.highpoint-tech.com/BIOS_Driver/page/rr231x_0x_U.htm Regards HighPoint Global Support Center Maybe mine was a older model unsure from newegg or there site who knows Its not like they tell you older model newer model atleast in this category