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Q1: What’s the difference between A1 and A2 standards?
Q2: Which ADATA memory cards are best for use with my dashcam?
Q3: Which ADATA memory cards are best for use with my dashcam?
Q4: How do I confirm using a UHS-I supported card reader that it is operating at the speed it should have?
Q5: How do I confirm that the IOPS comply with the specifications marked on the product?
Q6: Why does higher IOPS mean better support for Smartphones and tablets?
Q7: What does IOPS refer to?
Q8: What capacity of card is considered to be enough for a digital camera taken on a trip?
Q9: How do I use the Flash card on a laptop?
Q10: Can A-DATA Flash card be used on any digital devices (DSC/PDA/card reader)?
Q11: What are the differences between FAT, FAT32, NTFS, and exFAT?
Q12: How do I convert FAT/FAT32 to NTFS?
Q13: Why can't the exFAT formatted Flash card be used on computers running Windows XP?
Q14: Why can't I format the 64GB Flash card on Windows XP?
Q15: Why can't a larger than 4GB file be saved to the Flash card?
Q16: Why can the 4GB/ 8GB SDHC be used on DSC (Digital Still Camera) but not on the laptop?
Q17: The Flash card was 2GB, but became 1GB after being formatted by DSC (Digital Still Camera). What happened?
Q18: What is the difference between CF card and Microdrive?
Q19: Where can I find information about the reading and writing speed of memory cards?
Q20: Can SD and MMC be used in the same card slot?
Q21: What if my Flash card is suddenly not recognized?
Q22: Can the Flash card be used on devices rather than DSC or DVD player?
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