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.
> Your life would be miserable weren't it for many such "dreamers".
The problem i see is that the companies which issue questionable
equipment obviously are not paying attention to problems and features
of what they sell.
Look at the example of my 4 TB Western Digital Gold hard disk with its
Preemptive Wear Leveling click every 4 seconds.
It is a feature, it is indirectly advertised, and still the seller takes
such a disk back and hands out a new one with the same behavior.
They simply are ignorant to any problem description which accompanies a
I did not try whether they would do a second swap. My solution was to
get a noise dampened 5.25 inch enclosure for the 3.5 inch disk and to
put it into a slot which i actually planned to keep clear for better
access to the lower of the two optical drives. (I did not dare to put
the HDD in a sandwich of two burners. Now at least its bottom is in the
flow of cool air.)
Have a nice day :)