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    always safe eject your flash drives. sandisk makes white flash drives. go with cruzr.

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    Yep Flash memory is getting cheaper.. Less of a product? Probably not since the same modules for the most part are used in 1TB Solid State Drives :P Like others said I would check the hardware you are connecting to.


    And yep.. its Microsofts fault no one else got off their ass to develop a standard that has worked flawlessly for over 2 decades.

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    Quote Originally Posted by balakoth View Post
    Yep Flash memory is getting cheaper.. Less of a product? Probably not since the same modules for the most part are used in 1TB Solid State Drives :P Like others said I would check the hardware you are connecting to.


    And yep.. its Microsofts fault no one else got off their ass to develop a standard that has worked flawlessly for over 2 decades.
    I don't see Apple jumping up and complying, do you?
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