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Do SD cards need to be "ejected" to be "safely removed" from a PC card reader

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3 years ago#11
I just rip it out..
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3 years ago#12
USB interface runs at a software level so whatever your OS "thinks" it is still readily writing files to your flash drives it will not "safety eject".

The best and easiest way whatever or not to see whatever your USB device is still writing/reading from your computer is have those LED indicator based USB devices, if it's busy/blinking then it's not safe to eject.
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