PL612 - Not compatible with Lenovo Yoga 2 11
This probably would've been a great SSD drive for my Yoga 2 11, except that it was not compatible. After migrating my Windows 8.1 OS to this SSD and installing it onto the Y2 11, I booted up and got an error message saying that there was no drive found. I rebooted into the BIOS and the BIOS was showing that there was no drive installed. Reading through some online forums I found that people were dealing with the same issue when trying to install the 850 EVO onto their Y2 11. I guess it has to do with the EVO 850 powering up too slow and the BIOS not being able to pick up the connection in a timely manner, therefore defaulting to the error message saying that there was no drive found. Not sure is this is really a Samsung issue but more likely an issue with Lenovo's BIOS. That said, I was sad to return this SSD but will be picking up the older 840 EVO series. I've read that a lot people have had success getting that model to work with their Y2 11.
Todd - Great product..does everything it is supposed to do.
I have owned this product for 4 weeks and have very little cooking experience. This product was easy to learn how to use with dvd and cookbook included with product. Highly recommend.
C. Taylor - Thanks again
This has been a fantastic series. I hate to see it end but I know you have more adventures for us in the mill. Thanks again for the great reads.
AnnShamrock - FANTASTIC!
WOW much better than expected. this "new formula" is better than what I had used years ago. I noticed an improvement in the color of my teeth after using only ONE NIGHT!. Keep in mind i have "dentist made trays" which really makes a difference. VERY HAPPY.
DebbiB - Fast paced thriller doesn't disappoint
Mark Edwards writes psychological thrillers – good ones. The Devil’s Work is his most recent release and he has once again hit it out of the park with his storytelling ability. This novel will have you identifying a bunch of red herrings and heading down blind alleys in search of the truth of its plot before all is finally revealed. The reveal is as tense and frightening as any devout reader of thrillers would like it to be and the mystery at its core equally as creepy. This is a devil of a work to put down…