|12-23-2013, 02:20 AM||#2|
Join Date Oct 2004
1. They have a shorter life-span: the flash memory has a limited number of times you can write to it. This is called "endurance."
2. In case of a hardware crash, on a hard drive a specialized firm can still recover the data, as they are written to a magnetic disc. On an SSD, data recovery in case of a hardware malfunction is harder and may be impossible.
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