Questions tagged [memory-card]

For questions about any type of memory card (i.e. not USB flash drives): SD, SDHC, SDXC, microSD, etc. Use this tag by itself if your question concerns more than one kind of memory card.

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Are USB flash drives less susceptible to catastrophic failure than a micro-sd card in raspberry pi 3B+?

Raspberry Pi users have indicated SD cards will eventually fail from wear when booted in the rPi3B+. I understand that writing to the SD card will eventually cause a failure. SSDs delay this process ...
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SSD or memory, which should I replace to resolve a freeze problem?

I've replaced a motherboard and a CPU but still I've been suffered by a high frequency freeze problem. Especially a freeze occurs as I use vscode. In sometime, just opened the vscode caused a freeze. ...
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Intel® Core™ i5-8269U Processor has memory of LPDDR3-2133

I'm building a laptop. Don't ask why I just am. Im looking for memory chips for my Intel® Core™ i5-8269U Processor. I am so confused. I don't know what lpddr3 chips to get for 16gb of ram. Im leaning ...
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Flashdrive Compatiable for BADUSB use [duplicate]

What is the best and cheapest flash drive that's most likely going to work to turn into a "BadUSB" BADUSB I believe the controller must be Phison but I can't find anything for under 40$ My issue is ...
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64GB+ memory card for Mobius action cam

I'm looking for MicroSD cards for my Mobius action cam. It's manual says the following: For the best compatibility use cards with a class 4 rating if you have them. There is absolutely no ...
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Developer friendly WiFi SDHC card

There are a few SDHC Cards with WiFi, but I find it difficult to understand what they can actually do, and even harder to find out how they do it. I would like a card that is "developer friendly" ...
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SDXC/microSDXC memory card reader for older Linux kernels

Requirements: Works properly with Linux 4.9 kernel Easy to insert/remove card SDXC card support (64-128GB cards) SDHC card support Nice to have features: USB 3.0 interface/speed Separate slot for ...
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