Tag: microSD

How to Install a Micro SD Card in an HP Proliant Microserver (Gen 8)

Recently, I bought ourselves a new microserver to replace our existing home server which I built six or seven years ago. It was a steal at AU$290 for the entry level HP Proliant Microserver (Gen 8) which ships with the Celeron G1610T CPU and without any hard drives or optical drive. Anyway, given that I …

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An Alternative to Full Size SD Cards

Here’s a quick tip for today. For those of us that have been using flash memory for a while we’d be all too familiar with the humble SD card. The SD card has continued to grow in capacity from 1MB through to huge capacities 64GB and higher in SDXC formats. What people may not realise …

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Windows Phone 7 – Some (Not All) Devices Have Expandable Storage

There seems to have been a flurry of news in the last about the capability of Windows Phone 7 devices particularly with respect to whether or not additional memory can be added to the base memory already present. It seems that some devices make provision for additional storage through the use of microSD cards however …

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