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Kingston SDCS/16 GB MicroSD Canvas Select Class 10 UHS-I speeds Up to 80 MB/s Read (SD Adapter Included) £2.69 (Prime Exclusive) @ Amazon

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Posted 7th AprEdited by:"RiverDragon8"
  • Class 10 UHS-I speeds up to 80 MB/s read***
  • Multiple capacities up to 256 GB**
  • Built and tested to withstand harsh environments

32GB version available for £3.69

These are handy to have if you just want small storage for i.e install OS for your PC via USB (this is what I mostly use them for).
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I didn't know an sd card could be used to install OS. Will need to research that unless you have a handy guide.
moh22307/04/2019 20:22

I didn't know an sd card could be used to install OS. Will need to …I didn't know an sd card could be used to install OS. Will need to research that unless you have a handy guide.


I half wouldn't mind a bit of that tutorial too mind?, lol.

Ps.
I am aware that Raspberry Pi OSes are installed on memory card's however?.

But the Window's OS? - that one I'm not actually aware of though? (yet ... )
moh22307/04/2019 20:22

I didn't know an sd card could be used to install OS. Will need to …I didn't know an sd card could be used to install OS. Will need to research that unless you have a handy guide.



amour3k07/04/2019 20:34

I half wouldn't mind a bit of that tutorial too mind?, lol.Ps.I am aware …I half wouldn't mind a bit of that tutorial too mind?, lol.Ps.I am aware that Raspberry Pi OSes are installed on memory card's however?.But the Window's OS? - that one I'm not actually aware of though? (yet ... )


It's the same process as creating a Windows 10 bootable USB flash drive but you're using sd card + USB sd card reader.
Edited by: "RiverDragon8" 7th Apr
RiverDragon807/04/2019 20:47

It's the same process as creating a Windows 10 bootable USB flash drive …It's the same process as creating a Windows 10 bootable USB flash drive but you're using sd card + USB sd card reader.


Fair enough, I gathered such, but ...

Do OS burning software 'output' to memory card's now/these Day's?, or ...

It's been a while since I played with such software mind?, hehehehe, but the last time I looked (other than floppy disk), CD's, DVD's, and flash drive's were the defacto output mediums, etc? (and Blu-Ray too, I'm presuming?).

But memory card's now?, lol.

That's definitely new to me ... :-)

Thanx forthe insight anyway. :-D
amour3k07/04/2019 21:26

Fair enough, I gathered such, but ...Do OS burning software 'output' to …Fair enough, I gathered such, but ...Do OS burning software 'output' to memory card's now/these Day's?, or ...It's been a while since I played with such software mind?, hehehehe, but the last time I looked (other than floppy disk), CD's, DVD's, and flash drive's were the defacto output mediums, etc? (and Blu-Ray too, I'm presuming?).But memory card's now?, lol.That's definitely new to me ... :-)Thanx forthe insight anyway. :-D


Follow this simple tutorial click. Use a sd card + USB card reader instead of a USB drive.
RiverDragon814 m ago

Follow this simple tutorial click. Use a sd card + USB card reader instead …Follow this simple tutorial click. Use a sd card + USB card reader instead of a USB drive.


Sweeeeeeet!. :-)

Thanx.
moh2231 h, 24 m ago

I didn't know an sd card could be used to install OS. Will need to …I didn't know an sd card could be used to install OS. Will need to research that unless you have a handy guide.


I'm assuming that that kind of answers your own question too, like?, hehehehe. :-D
Windows OS installer works on an SD or microSD card when you use a USB adaptor. Either use the Microsoft windows creation tool to create the USB based installer or download the iso from the same site and then use something like rufus to create the installer. Rufus and similar tools will let you create both BIOS and UEFI versions so useful if restoring from system images in older BIOS based installs. But you’d a legimate windows key if installing windows.
SpiderSi50 m ago

Windows OS installer works on an SD or microSD card when you use a USB …Windows OS installer works on an SD or microSD card when you use a USB adaptor. Either use the Microsoft windows creation tool to create the USB based installer or download the iso from the same site and then use something like rufus to create the installer. Rufus and similar tools will let you create both BIOS and UEFI versions so useful if restoring from system images in older BIOS based installs. But you’d a legimate windows key if installing windows.


Good points there too, lol. :-)

Thanx.
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