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How long should it take to format a 8GB sd card in a Jazz camcorder

It is a Jazz HDV 102

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Okay I had the same problem. Turns out you really have to push the SD card in pretty hard. It should be flush with the base (as in not sticking out at all). Did that worked like a charm.

Posted on Mar 28, 2012

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SOURCE: Need User Manual

Hope these links help you out.

Here is a link to a generic manual for the HDV-188.

Here is another link to a discussion forum, there are a few more links on this page you might find helpful.

Thanks, and please rate my solution if it is helpful to you.

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Take it back to Walmart and get your money back.

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SOURCE: I have a new Jazz DV151 camcorder and the memory card says full

Here is what you do. You take out the tiny Memory card and blow on and it, and blow i the inside. Then insert memory card. Take out batteries and put the batteries back in. Push Power and Start Recording., Chaow

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SOURCE: Why my jazz dv151 camcorder displaying card locked......

I have this same problem so something must be wrong with the software.If i find a solution i will post it on here.If you find a solution,e-mail me at stereos@songwriter.net .Thanks!!

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SOURCE: I have a Jazz HDV180 digital camcorder and it

Try checking your manuel for specifically named memory card, sometimes certain cameras can only take certain memory card formats.
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