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Does infrequent use of the flash drive cause it to lose data? And if so, how often must it be plugged into the usb in order for this not to happen, or how long can I go without using it and losing it? Will it work again if the files and folders are copied back into it?

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You should not be loosing data from a memory card in your lifetime.

Before disconnecting there is a correct removal way. You go to the bottom right corner of the screen and click disconnect on the drive icon.

If you are loosing data get a new stick or check the port on the system you are using as this can cause corruptions.

You can also run a clean on the stick by right clicking on the drive and going into properties

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