Re: SanDisk USB stick problem
Stefan Monnier wrote:
> If you never complain&return those products broken-by-design, the
> companies will keep bringing them to the market.
Your idea is not bad but only in theory of a dreamer. Nobody cares if you
return 1 or even 1000 of 6,- US$ end user price product. It costs perhaps
1$ to produce - they produced millions. They will have a look into it only
if the damage is big enough, but how many linux users will buy and return
exactly this one? And for exactly the same reason?
The OP doesn't even know fdisk - I bet the drive works perfectly well. The
problem seems to be sitting infront of the PC.
If you want to move manufactureres, you have to file a law suit and you have
to have a good reason to do so.