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Problem with memory card

I did format my memory card from my cell phone itself, but it is not working. Is it possible to format my cellphone. Thx

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Remove your memory card and put on the memory card reader,
insert the usb port of the system.
after open my computer right click the memory card drive select format option, then open the dialog box select fat file system and quick format ok finaly ready your card

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How to remove virus from phone memory


Hi there,
Have a blessed day. My name is dingra. There are a few things you can do to attempt to remove the virus from a cellphone.
1.Format the memory card in your cell phone. It may actually be the memory card, not the phone itself, that is infected with the undeletable virus. On most phones, you can format the memory card directly from the phone by going to the "Options," "Settings" or "Tools" portion of the main menu screen on your cell phone. Consult the manual that came with your phone to learn exactly how to format the memory card in your cell phone. You can also find these user manuals directly on the manufacturer's website.
2.Buy a new memory card for your cell phone. The undeletable virus may have damaged your memory card beyond repair. If formatting the memory card didn't fix the problem, getting a brand new memory card may fix your problem. These memory cards are relatively inexpensive and can be purchased at just about any store that sells cell phones.
3.Format your entire cell phone. If getting a brand new memory card hasn't fixed your phone, formatting your cell phone should remove the virus and every other file on the phone. Before you attempt to format your cell phone, remove your memory card. Read the manual for your specific cell phone, as the instructions for formatting cell phones vary based upon the manufacturer of the phone. fir

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first: TRY TO INSERT YOUR MEMORY CARD TO ANOTHER PHONE THAT COULD SUPPORT IT...IF IT WORKS ..THEN THE PROBLEM IS YOUR PHONE..MAYBE YOUR MEMORY CARD IS TOO MUCH FOR IT..
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