How to Avoid a “Bad” Memory Card


Andre Gunther posted a great little article concerning some interesting tips and information about protecting and using your memory card.  Even if you’ve seen a lot of tips of this sort before, it’s never a bad idea to read Andre’s (or other articles) as you may just learn something new.  For example, I already knew that you should format your card to clear it rather than deleting individual pictures.  But I didn’t know that your card has a higher risk of failure at the beginning of its life (as opposed to the middle of its life).  So the article is definately worth a quick read:

Read the article:  How to Avoid a “Bad” Memory Card


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