I'm having a very odd problem that I've never really seen before.
My rMBP (10,1) has two USB 3.0 ports. A "USB 3.0 Hi-Speed Bus" on the left - that port works with everything (Microsoft USB transceiver for mouse, 16GB USB 2 Flash drive, and Toshiba 1TB External HDD USB 3.0).
My MacBook Pro (Retina, 15-inch, Early 2013, Model Identifier MacBookPro10,1) has two USB 3.0 ports. A "USB 3.0 Hi-Speed Bus" on the left - that port works with everything (Microsoft USB transceiver for mouse, 16GB USB 2 Flash drive, and Toshiba 1TB External HDD USB 3.0).
On the right I've got a "USB 3.0 SuperSpeed Bus". This port doesn't work with the transceiver, or the 16GB USB drive (2).
Guys, what to do? two days ago the phone started to blunt: the files on a flash drive (for 32GB) does not write, read only, and now stopped and read. another USB flash drive (2GB, was included) have tried but does not work either. USB flash drive (for 32GB) tried to stick in a computer, but does not see.
I am getting a receiver with USB flash drive support. I plan on putting 15 GB of mp3s on a flash drive and using it in the car. Do I need a super fast flash drive or can I just buy the cheapest usb 2.0 drive I can find?
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I want to give permisssion to anyone who use my laptop to see the data in it, but i want to prevent them from transfering this data to any flash drives. Can anyone help ? a password prompt to write the data would be helpful. in the same time i want to see the contents of the flash drive (read permission but no write permission)
I just purchased a 64GB Sandisk Extreme Plus MicroSD card (80MB/s Read and 50MB/s Write) and the performance on Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1 2014 WiFi SM-P600 is absolutely horrid.
I tested using A1 SD Bench and i got 34.44MB/s Read and 23.50MB/s Write which is significantly slower than what the MicroSD card is capable nor the built in storage which scores 140.96MB/s Read and 38.48MB/s write.
Corsair®, a worldwide leader in high-performance components to the PC hardware market, today announced the availability of the Flash Voyager® GTX USB 3.0 flash drive that was announced at Computex in June.
I am running xubuntu 13.04. When I insert a flash drive in my account, I can't save things to the flash drive or remove them from the flash drive. I am able to read from the flash drive. How can I give myself permissions (using sudo) to perform these operations for all flash drives?