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SD, RAM, Flash Drive & Airport Security

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What is the potential for damage to SD cards, Ram Memory, & Flash Drives when passing through airport security ?  Not a frequent flyer so not familiar with this sort of thing.  And certainly not a PC wiz so not familiar with these forms of technology.
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No problem at all. Did you mean the x-ray scanning that could cause damage such devices? no, it is not.
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Thanks for quick response.  My gut feeling was that there shouldn't be any problem with the above items, but wanted to check with someone more knowledgeable than me
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