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 Are USB 2.0 flash drives backward compatible with 1.0?

Answer A USB 2.0 flash drive is backward compatible with USB 1.0 ports. The transfer rate, however, reverts to USB 1.0 speeds. You will probably notice a difference if you're used to the faster USB 2.0 tr... Read More »
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Are Zip drives backward compatible?

On One Hand: Newer Zip Drives Can Read Old Zip DrivesEach Iomega Zip Drive can read files from previously released disks. The 250 MB drive can read from 100 MB disk, and the 750 MB drive can read ... Read More »
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Are all flash drives mac&pc compatible?

All flash drives are compatible with Macs and PCs. However, you may have to format or download a driver for the flash drive to work. Some public computers do not allow flash drive access in order t... Read More »
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Do flash drives and jump drives compress data?

Most flash drives and jump drives do not compress data, unless you use the Sony Microvault, which has a built-in compression program. However, you can install compression programs on any flash driv... Read More »
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