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SD Card (2GB YES Make) Gives Formatting error

I have 2gb SD card YES make, which gives me error while formatting as I am only able to take a single picture from my Nikon D80 DSLR Cam while using the same card But initially for first 6 months, I was using the same card in it and it was working fine. Cam works fine with different cards.

I am unable fo format it. Do you have some bad sector removal utility or formatter utility for the same?

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If you have a card reader or a printer with an SD card slot in it, try formatting the card or deleting all files on it using a PC. My laptop has a slot built-in I'm able to use. Check out your options. Try formatting it outside of your camera. I've heard of some card swapping between brands of cameras doing crazy stuff as you are experiencing.

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