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loldrup
Hi

I was wondering whether the internal solid state memory is just as prone to extended writing as SD and CF flash cards is?

If so, what do you guys use for swappartition on your zauruses? Guess either one's internal memory or one's flash cards will suffer greatly from performing such a task sad.gif


Jon Loldrup
kahm
QUOTE(loldrup @ May 10 2005, 12:54 AM)
Hi

I was wondering whether the internal solid state memory is just as prone to extended writing as SD and CF flash cards is?

If so, what do you guys use for swappartition on your zauruses? Guess either one's internal memory or one's flash cards will suffer greatly from performing such a task  sad.gif


Jon Loldrup
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Yes - the internal flash on the Z's is just as prone to wearing as the flash cards are. Most people swap to a flash card or microdrive.
AndyTiedye
QUOTE(kahm @ May 10 2005, 07:55 AM)
QUOTE(loldrup @ May 10 2005, 12:54 AM)
Hi

I was wondering whether the internal solid state memory is just as prone to extended writing as SD and CF flash cards is?

If so, what do you guys use for swappartition on your zauruses? Guess either one's internal memory or one's flash cards will suffer greatly from performing such a task  sad.gif


Jon Loldrup
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Yes - the internal flash on the Z's is just as prone to wearing as the flash cards are. Most people swap to a flash card or microdrive.
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Lately I have been seeing SD flash cards with a "Lifetime Warantee".
If you've got to swap to flash, maybe use one of those.
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