A memory card is a physically small storage device that is used in consumer electronics - especially digital cameras - to hold data, usually until it can be moved to a computer. SD, xD, MemoryStick, CompactFlash are examples.

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Will killing chkdsk on a PSP damage the memory card?

I have a PSP connected to the PC via data cable. It has a Memory Stick Pro Duo Adapter that contains a 32gb Micro SD card. Awhile ago, the cable got disconnected unexpectedly and when I plug the PSP ...
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memory upgrade for Gateway GT-5428

My Gateway GT5428 has (2) 512 PC2-5300u-555-12 memory boards installed from the factory. Iwant to upgrade to 2gb. Will (2) 1gb pc2-5300 ddr2-667 240pin dimm standard non-ecc work for this upgrade or ...
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Dying SanDisk Memory Stick Pro Duo

I have a Memory Stick Pro Duo and after attempting to delete the largest file from a Mac the stick has become unusable. I can almost access it. When I put it in my PC I can ...
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How to prevent HP Photosmart Essential from launching on removal drive insertion

My in-laws bought an HP computer loaded with HP junk, and it's giving me a headache. When they insert a camera memory card into their printer, the Auto-Play dialog comes up, but it also launches the ...
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memory capacity versus physical size

memory cards,USB drives have the same range(in terms of size), what exactly causes their memory capacity to differ even though the sizes of the 1GB,2GB,8GB,16GB,32GB memory cards look the same ...
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How to write protect microSD card?

My phone is corrupting memory cards while trying to write data. I want to make my microSD read-only or write protect it (even if phone is not the reason). Searching on Google returns the solutions to ...
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Flash based storage. Do i need to re-plug them back in to my PC from time to time? (Memory cards & SSD's)

I've bought some memory cards for the purpose of backing up & storing my pictures and videos in case my PC's hard drive fails or the data on it becomes unreadable. The hard drive may not fail for ...
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Does an all-in-one card reader exist that can handle CFast?

CFast seems slow to be catching on, but I need to support it for deployed embedded systems. I'm trying to source a card reader/writer that can support CFast, CompactFlash (CF) and SecureDigital (SD) ...
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Hidden movies inside camera

I have Sony Steadyshot dsc-w550 camera. The problem is I can see all recorded videos INSIDE camera only. When accessing via USB cable, I see only photos. Tried to show hidden files. No success! ...