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LolaBelle
2 weeks ago

Obviously the form factor is different, but I have a USB adaptor that I use with a 32GB SD card, so that both it and a 32GB Flash drive are not only...

Tags: flash drive, sd card, usb |
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LolaBelle
3 weeks ago

I have an SD card that stopped being recognized. I tried it on 2 different laptops to make sure it wasn’t a problem with the card reader...

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owen
3 weeks ago

NASA is reformatting the memory of the Mars rover Opportunity in a bid to improve stability and performance. How does a reformat accomplish this with flash...

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mandril
3 weeks ago

Why is there always a discrepancy between the stated size of a HDD and the size I see when I go into My Computer on Windows and check the size there?...

1 Answer |
TheCount
5 weeks ago

Is there a way I can save files from my Nexus 7 tablet direct to a USB flash drive?

catamount
5 weeks ago

I need to format an SD card to FAT32, and was wondering if I can do that with my Chromebook. It has an option to “format device” but it doesn’t allow you to...

2 Answers |
rcook12
5 weeks ago

What is SED encryption? I saw it in a hard drive description, but I’ve never heard of it before.

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MGaluzzi
5 weeks ago

I understand that SATA III could be faster with a SSD, but is a 7200rpm HDD fast enough for the increased transfer rate of SATA III to offer any advantage...

Tags: HDD, SATA II, SATA III, SSD |
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grady9
6 weeks ago
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April Higgins Behrnes
6 weeks ago

I purchased this laptop from a pawn shop and it has a file in it that I can't find, that is taking up all my space...What can I do??

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