Retagging MP3s on Flash drive - wear out memory faster?

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  1. Foebane72

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    I have MP3 files scattered on my computer's HDD, and copies of that as backup on SD card and Flash drive. The tricky part is if I need to rename the filenames of the MP3 files with a batch file, then use software like TagScanner (the popular equivalent is MP3Tag, but please don't suggest I use it) to tag the MP3s from the (changed) filenames - on an HDD it wouldn't be an issue, but if the MP3 files on Flash memory are being altered, wouldn't it wear out the memory faster with so many writes?
     

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