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post #1 of 2 Old 03-14-2013, 09:28 PM - Thread Starter
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Computers used to read my TM750's built-in memory just pretty fast but now, suddenly, nearly any computer connected to it find it hard to read my TM750's internal memory, terribly slow but still readable. And I think the transfer speed has deteriorated as well, but not so much. So as stated in title, What might be the sudden causes of a built-in memory speed degradation?

As for now, what I'm about to do is evacuating all the files and then having the camcorder fully formatted.

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I transfer the video files in my TM700 32GB internal memory to a fast SDHC card in my TM700 card slot then use my USB 3.0 card reader with that card to upload to my PC or Mac. If you want 32GB of fast storage for a low price B&H has a 2-Pack of Sony 16GB Class 10 UHS-I Cards for $18.95 .
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