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Memory card The memory card was working fine. It worked in both my Verizon razr V3 phones, and it worked with the adaptor in the card slot as an extra drive on my desktop. Then I put the memory card with the adaptor into my digital camera and it worked fine there. (But I think I interfered with the formatting somehow, maybe the digital camera reformated the card.) Now both phones work fine without the card. The card works fine in with the adaptor and the desktop and the digital camera. But when I install the card into either phone, the phone just displays the verizon logo on a black backround and doesn't otherwise work. Do you know the problem? Do you know how to fix it? Or, do you know how to format a memory card using a desktop? Thanks

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Re: memory card

Ok man... desktop ...go to the drive where the memcard is located,, then right click and choose format.....then it's ok.... if your going to put it in nokia,, go to extras find the memcard and format it there... co'z nokia's have system pasting it in the memcard .. tnx man!

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