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 SolvedLosing a full stick of memory when I increase speed in bios Forum SolvedRecommended USB memory stick data protecting software 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 Installing XP on a memory stick, possible? Forum Is it possible to replace a motherboard without losing any data? 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 build computers as a hobby and not lose money? Forum disabling RAID 0 without losing data - is it possible? 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 is only showing a capacity of 428KB. Cannot reallocate storage space to the memory stick. Forum SolvedBiostar TA970 support single 16gb server memory stick for VFX workstation? Forum If I Change Motherboards Will I Lose My Data? Forum SolvedUSB Memory Stick Driver broken? Forum Solvedmemory stick doesn't work in one slot but works in other Forum More resources Read discussions in other Storage categories Hard Drives DVD Drives DVD Writers Optical Media Flash Media NAS/RAID SSD Western Digital !