What happens when you don’t ‘safely remove’ a USB flash drive [Comic]


…Okay, maybe not. But still — it sounds like serious business, amirite?

[via Geeks are Sexy]

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  • davidroper

    [@Crazy Thoughts] [@Crazy Thoughts]

    It’s not a crazy thought at all. It’s what we do especially in big biz when we Raid 5 a group of drives to act act as one. A person could plug in 5 or 6 in one of those cheap USB hubs and gain a Big Drive. Too much trouble for me. I would just as soon have 6 little 8GB flash drives, F:G:H:I:J:K: and L:. YMMV.

  • DoktorThomas

    Ho … hmm … less than little.

  • Crazy Thoughts

    Could flash drives be “daisy-chained” rather than in parallel?

    Don’t know why a manufacturer or consumer would want this. It’s just a crazy thought:)

  • Seamus McSeamus

    Exactly. :)

  • Navin

    [@Seamus McSeamus] [@Pravin] I think it was actually a sign of giving up on Pravin who didn’t understand the sarcasm in Seamus’s first post.

  • Mags

    [@Seamus McSeamus] Level one Help Desk mantra “have you tried turning your computer off and on again.”

  • Ashraf

    [@Pravin] [@Seamus McSeamus] I don’t get it o_O

  • David Roper

    [@Seamus McSeamus] Seamus, I must be out of it today. I haven’t checked on the wires to my head. What does “goes back to bed” mean? Oh please, master of words, tell me…

  • Seamus McSeamus

    <--- goes back to bed

  • Pravin

    [@Seamus McSeamus]

    All data on usb drive can be erased

  • Seamus McSeamus

    For removing your USB device without properly ejecting it first, you are hereby sentenced to 6 months working a level one helpdesk.

  • David Roper

    That last picture must be where we get the term FLASH drive. LOL