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FOR flashes in the lower right corner of the display

I tried to format the card by following the instructions in the manual. It said that it would format and in the right corner would start counting the number of photos that could be taken with current settings. It didn't do that. It just stopped and continued to flash FOR when I tried to take a picture.

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Another way to format is to find this function in the menus.  But, yes, the first poster is correct, you have to first hold down the two buttons until FOR starts blinking, then release them and do it again.

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You must hold the format buttons until it flashes FOR then release and press again to proceed with the formatting.

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