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2gb SD card doen't hold 2gb

I have two SD cards and each is supposed to hold 2gb. But they actually only hold a little over 1 gig. I need them to hold at least close to 2gb is there anything I can do to format it or something?

I've previously used them for my cannon camera and now I want to use one of them for a digital frame. Actually I am using it but it's only got half the pictures I want on it. I noticed this problem when trying to copy pictures from my PC to the card, it copies some and then errors out. When I then put that card in my camera the camera says memory card full.

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You have to remember that no matter what you get on memeory
you to allocate 10 to 15% for room for other part of the program to work

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Yes, you can format, if you can get your card to show up as a drive on your pc through usb cable you should be able to right click the drive then choose format .. You will loose all info on the card though!!
Either that or i believe there maybe some dodgy cards being made. For example they may say they hold 4gb and show up on computers as 4gb but actually have considerably less space.

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