Is it possible to lose data from a memory stick? Tags: Flash Media Memory Storage Last response: April 26, 2009 11:02 PM in Storage Share Geir April 26, 2009 12:27:57 PM Hello, Would dropping a memory stick to the ground (say from 1 meter height) cause data loss?! How safe is the memory stick when it comes to data loss in general?! More about : lose data memory stick cjl a b } Memory a b G Storage April 26, 2009 11:02:12 PM Dropping a memory stick should not cause data loss of any kind. For the most part, they are quite robust - I would not be too concerned about it unless you are doing some rather extreme things to it. Can't find your answer ? Ask ! Publish Related resources SolvedHow to I clear the data from a USB Memory stick? Forum Reformatted computer, but didn't lose (C:) data memory Forum SolvedRecommended USB memory stick data protecting software Forum SolvedLosing a full stick of memory when I increase speed in bios Forum How to recover the data in out of space memory stick? I can't open it and can't see any data. :( Forum Moving data from memory stick Forum how can i recover data from a crashed usb memory stick? Forum how can i recover data from a crashed usb memory stick? Forum RAID 1 without losing data !! (is it possible) Forum Installing XP on a memory stick, possible? Forum Is it possible to replace a motherboard without losing any data? Forum disabling RAID 0 without losing data - is it possible? Forum SolvedUpgrading my MoBO, will I lose the precious data on the HDD I'll be keeping?! Forum SolvedIf I Update Windows Installer, Will I lose my data? Forum SolvedIs it possible to re-attach the chip into RAM stick? Forum SolvedIs it possible to build computers as a hobby and not lose money? Forum SolvedDo you lose all your data if you upgrade windows 7 to windows 8 and then get the 8.1 update? Forum Solved16GB memory stick, only 4.7 MB available memory with no files on it. Forum Solvedmemory stick Kingston 2014 8gb ( 7.88 usable ) Forum Solved16gb RAM wont post with recommended memory configurations? 1 stick boots 2 sticks doesnt Forum More resources Read discussions in other Storage categories Hard Drives DVD Drives DVD Writers Optical Media Flash Media NAS/RAID SSD Western Digital !