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spanna2620
1 day ago

I sometimes record a TV program using a USB 2.0 in spite of the obvious drawbacks, such as a 4GB USB will not fit much over an hour of Standard Definition,...

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CeciliaWhite
1 week ago

Do you have any idea to backup messages from samsung galaxy to computer?  Is it possible to move messages from samsung galaxy to...

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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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dayzsunny
7 weeks ago

SanDisk has released a 128GB microSD card, which is pretty impressive to me since I can remember when there were 128MB cards. My concern is what can use...

Tags: microSD, SanDisk |
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tswayne
7 weeks ago

I know it is often possible to recover data from a failed HDD, but what about a SSD? If it fails, can data be recovered or are you out of luck?

Tags: data recovery, SSD |
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stylor
10 weeks ago

Blu-Ray disks can store about five time the amount of data that a DVD can store (5GB vs 25GB for a single layer disc), while visually appearing practically...

Tags: blu-ray, DVD |
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Edgar Ed
10 weeks ago

What's the best encryption client for cloud (regardless of service provider) for PC/MAC/IOS/Android?

arch
13 weeks ago
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Tags: virtualization |
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merry
14 weeks ago

What do I need to know about it?

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stylor
15 weeks ago

Is there any reason not to use an SD card for additional laptop storage instead of an external HDD? They are smaller, have no moving parts, and I have them...

Tags: HDD, SD cards |
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