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Looks great on my 2008 JKU. The only issue is that my granddaughter thinks my Jeep is angry at her. Easy install.
I bought this machine and used it for 30 days during which my back pain disappeared. But, being concerned about their being no warranty, I decided to return it and see if stretching exercises would keep the back pain away. It didn't. I am now about to reorder because my back is killing me again!
I currently have Windows 10 on a Dell Inspiron 13 7000 Series 2-in-1 Laptop. I used an "Inateck 2.5 Inch USB 3.0 Hard Drive Disk HDD External Enclosure Case with usb 3.0 Cable for 9.5mm 7mm 2.5" SATA HDD and SSDI" to transfer my drive to the new dirve. I installed the Samsung "magician" and cloning software. The Samsung software would not recognize my drive. I tried again and again. Trying different USB ports. Uninstalling and reinstalling the software. Checking Samsung's website for updated software or guidance. Downloading and installing Samsung software from their web-site (slightly newer versions). All to no avail. Living close to a computer store, I bought a SATA to USB cable to see if it would work instead of the drive enclosure. The Samsung software still failed to recognize the drive. I was about to package everything up to ship back when I decided to see if Windows Disk Management recognized the drive. Using windows disk management, I could see that it had discovered the drive, but the drive was not completely blank (some small partition existed). I do not know if this was normal or if someone else had the drive first and sent it back, and I was sent their returned drive. Having watched a video on youtube earlier about upgrading the drive, the guy on the video recommended "Macrium Reflect" software. I installed thier free demo software and followed the youtube advice and an hour later I had a cloned drive. I installed the drive per Dell's service manual, and it appears to be working fine. I am not sure who to blame on this one, Samsung for bad software?, The seller for sending me a bad drive? Thank goodness for youtube and the gentleman who posted the great video. Bottom line, I should have been able to clone the drive using Samsung's software the first time, without all the drama. I think I am being generous giving the overall experience 3 stars. Insult to injury, the Samsung software will not uninstall from my computer.
I have always been a fan of Sony and Samsung. Both good Tv's, what sold me to get this X700D 55" was the price, image is very bright for my "bright " living room, and has HDR upgrade for later through the year. Weird how I was asking at Best Buy, Fry's more info on the Tv model in regards the HDR Upgrade, and they looked at me like "what are you talking bout?", Guess I was more informed about the HDR upgrade. This is where I checked,
Just to let you know. Craven Speed went a step better. After checking the threads on the antenna. I determined they were the wrong threads on the antenna. I e-mailed Cravenspeed and let them know of the problem. They have since sent to me with no charge including freight, a corrected antenna. I am pleased with the antenna, the looks and functionality. Also more important the way Cravespeed does business.