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My Scandisk Is a 8.0 and it says there is no memory.

It's a 8.0 and i have nothing on it. When i go to download anything it says memory is full. I haven't downloaded anything. When i go to the info. option it says there is 0 space loaded and 0 space available. Is there anything I can do to fix it?

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Is this conected to PC if it is right click the icon for the scan disc then format it ... this works with lots of things that conect to pc.. I know you say its empty and why should you format but try it ;-) Hope this helps

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