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Found these in the Clearance section of my local Walmart. They were marked as $7 but rang up $5. I couldn't find a link to the 3-pack on the Walmart site. There were at least 4 or 5 packs left at my local store.

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tacituskilg0re asked this question on 01-12-2021 at 07:27 AM

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Cool - will go to walmart tomorrow, not sure it will survive till then. Was this in the electronic section of the clearance?
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Cool - will go to walmart tomorrow, not sure it will survive till then. Was this in the electronic section of the clearance?
Why bother?
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01-10-2021 at 11:23 AM
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I wouldn't take a USB 2.0 drive if it was free. Too slow these days.
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Quote from panini :
Cool - will go to walmart tomorrow, not sure it will survive till then. Was this in the electronic section of the clearance?
That's where I found them. My Walmart has a specific section in the back corner of electronics with a big yellow CLEARANCE sign.
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btw. got "No results found in the searched area." from brickseek. useless.
I also got that. Wonder if BS is going premium only
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only half price from retail? no good. i picked up tons of the 2 pack for $1.50 a couple months ago.

btw. got "No results found in the searched area." from brickseek. useless.
Weird. Was working earlier. No clue what's up...but it is Brickseek.

Edit - Seems to be working now...for me at least.
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Brickseek ahows tons in austin tx. But as someone else said, usb 2.0 will cause some frustration for many applications. Still good for some applications and copying 32gb at usb 2 I guess won't take long anyway given how small it is.
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USB 2.0 though?
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USB 2.0 though?
Yes...and no HDMI either.
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Yes...and no HDMI either.
I think these are VGA compatible though.

Serious question though, Windows used to support flash drives for ram swap drive, does it still allow that?
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I think these are VGA compatible though.

Serious question though, Windows used to support flash drives for ram swap drive, does it still allow that?
Windows ReadyBoost? I had to do this registry entry for mine to work - https://www.tenforums.com/tutoria...-10-a.html
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Windows ReadyBoost? I had to do this registry entry for mine to work - https://www.tenforums.com/tutoria...-10-a.html [tenforums.com]
Technically, Readyboost might still work with a USB stick, but it doesn't make sense to use it unless you are trying to get an old system working on the cheap. New computers have more RAM for less swapping, plus most people have SSDs which will have higher bandwidth than a USB flash.
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