What happens if I don’t properly eject an SD card before removing it?
jackson 8 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 with an SD card slot, I just use that. Just to be clear, I’m not doing this every time or even on purpose - I just forget occasionally. As far as I know, nothing has ever happened, but I assume since the process to properly eject it exists, it could cause issues.
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