Posted 18 October 2008 - 12:12 PM
There's actually 2 separate issues here - one is the system reading/writing data, and the other is the abrupt interruption of power.
While I wouldn't especially worry about the loss of data in this case, I would wonder if the manufacturer of the device has provided protection for "surprise removal" of a device.
From my reading, it seems that most manufacturer's were encouraged (by Microsoft) to account for this around the time that Windows XP was released. I'd suggest researching the removal process for your wireless adapter at the manufacturer's website.
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