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Excess Flash Drives

by goodrichkenn / October 10, 2015 9:06 AM PDT

I have so MANY extra 16 or 32 gig flash drives sitting useless around the house... does anyone know of a device or a way to combine them all into "one" thumb drive? I know.. sounds like a weird question... but there has to be some use for them.

If you could... please reply here and to goodrichkw@comcast.net

Thank you,

Kenn Goodrich

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You could try ebay or Craig's list.
by wpgwpg / October 10, 2015 9:18 AM PDT
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They're not worth much though. New USB 2 16 GB ones are selling for $5 and 32 GB ones are a couple of bucks more. If you try selling them, you might want to sell batches of them at a time. As far as putting them all on one drive, you could always buy a 128 GB one and combine the contents, or get one of those 500 GB portable hard drives and put the contents on that.
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It's been kicked around on Apples and Linux.
by R. Proffitt Forum moderator / October 10, 2015 9:34 AM PDT
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