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Hi guys, Long time reader, first time writer. I'm currently trying to develop a data gathering system using a NI sbRIO-9606. The premise is quite straight-forward; I have a digital signal (data and clock) with a bitrate of 10 Mbit/s which I want to store to a USB flash drive in real time. The single-board RIO has no problem reading and processing the bitstream but storing the data to the USB flash drive is apparently not as easy as I thought. According to the manual the USB port supports a transfer speed up to 480 Mbit/s (USB 2.0 standard?) but I've been unable to achieve any faster transfer speed than around 1 Mbit/s (1.3 Mbit/s worst-case). This is unaccaptable for my application! I'v tried to disabeling buffering for the Open/create file function and only storing files in multiples of the sector size but it does not seem to help. Are there any preferrable USB flash drives one must use? Or am I unaware of any "high speed file streaming" options in LabVIEW? Sincerley, CC