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jlister
4 days ago

I've been looking to get a couple of new pc's, and I found that some models have USB 3 and others (close-out models) sometimes, but...

Tags: e-sata, usb |
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OldHippie
4 days ago

I was going through some USB memory sticks and some of them wouldn't come up. Is there a way to test them to make sure they're not...

3 Answers |
nchristine
1 week ago

Type-C USB connectors, which among other improvements will be reversible (finally!), were announced early this year. I haven’t heard anything in a long time...

2 Answers |
jackson
2 weeks ago

I don’t always go through the steps to properly eject SD cards from computers at work before I remove them. I usually use a USB reader, but on some laptops...

Tags: sd card, usb |
5 Answers |
dthomas
15 weeks ago

I overheard a couple guys talking about using a Flash drive to improve Windows 8 performance. I didn’t want to interrupt their lunch to ask about it, but...

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