2 more questions

Discussion in 'Photography Board' started by ericamcl, Sep 28, 2007.

  1. ericamcl

    ericamcl DIS Veteran

    May 15, 2007
    yeah yeah, I have more questions.
    I'm almost done though, I promise!

    DH surprised me by buying me the Xti today :banana:
    He neglected to buy the warranty when he purchased it from Circuit City.
    That brings me to my first question...are there any places you can buy warranties from independantly?

    2nd question...he bought me 2 CF cards. One is Sandisk (Extreme III) and one is Lexar (Professional). Both are 4 gig....I have always used Sandisk, and with the recovery software that is included with the cards I would prefer to stick to only installing one..I don't want to install both. Is one better than the other? DH seems to be of the opinion that Lexar is better than Sandisk...your opinions?

    I can't wait to try my new toy out tomorrow at our nephew's soccer game!! :cool1:

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  3. ukcatfan

    ukcatfan DIS Veteran

    May 11, 2001
    They are probably two of the biggest names in flash media. If you are talking about which recovery software is better, why not just install both and if you have a problem with any of your cards you would have at least two different way to attempt recovery.

  4. MICKEY88

    MICKEY88 <font color=purple>if you keep falling off of the

    May 15, 2003
    why not check with circuit city to see if you canstill get the warranty,

    or get a Mack warranty, I bought 5 year ,mack warranties for my 2 digitals, I bought the warranties on ebay
  5. wdwmom2

    wdwmom2 <font color=teal>It's a Great Big Beautiful Tomorr

    Jul 1, 2003
    Check with Circuit City. I could be wrong, but I thought you had up to 1 month after you bought an item to purchase the extended warrenty.
  6. Nikel

    Nikel DIS Veteran

    Mar 3, 2006
    I have both Lexar and Sandisk flash cards. I haven't installed the recovery software though. I still have the disks in a safe place, should I ever need them. In all honestly, I'd probably hire a pro to do any data recovery attempts for me anyway.

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