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Memory format problem

Cannot format 16GB class 6 SD card in a GZ MS100u JVC camcorder. is there a firmware update?

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First of all, check the lock button on the side of your sd card to make sure it's not in the lock position. If it's unlocked and you still cannot format the card, you can always format it on your computer via usb.

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