- Joined Apr 2, 2009
My apologies, Scott... I sometimes forget that you work using a translator software.I don't know what you mean?
I'm saying that they still build the false HDD.
No, I missing your point, because I didn't use the software to translate, you just talking in different way to described the same thing ... It's my fault, not you ...My apologies, Scott... I sometimes forget that you work using a translator software.
What I meant is: They will not stop fabricating those fakes until the proper authorities makes them stop.
Yes, I heard someone said that it just put 4 MB inside and using the OS to repeating the memory and it could be shows as 128 GB, but if you put it in yourl computer then it will be shows as disk is full.The flash drive is a memory hacked drive to show 1TB in OS. Even that is a fake
The flash drive is a memory hacked drive to show 1TB in OS. Even that is a fake
I agree. The time it took to make qty one such abomination could have been spend buying up old stock, last year's smaller drives, etc. doing a quick refurb then selling that. What happened in the picture took someone a lot of time and selling on the off chance that the buyer will just write it off as too much trouble for a few bucks - or send it back for a refund then be blocked from posting negative reviews.You would think it would have been a lot easier providing you with what you paid for rather than trying to figure our how to hack a flash drive.
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