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Motorola SLVR won't format my memory card.

I bought a Lexar microSD 4GB card and my phone wont format it. Any tips?

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I am not sure this will work, just a suggestion

Try inserting the micro sd card in the larger sd adapter that will allow you to put it into your computer reader. Try formatting it there instead

Posted on Apr 14, 2009

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