Question about Seagate (ST3320620A) 320 GB Hard Drive
What is the actual problem ? Please give a better description. Based upon your current description it seems you can't either find a utility at your computer to format a harddisk, or the format-utility at your computer can't format your harddisk.....
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Transcend produces different kinds of memory modules, including Random Access Memory, or RAM, chips for computer systems, USB flash drives and a variety of flash memory card formats, such as SD.
Transcend's flash memory devices are usually preformatted with either FAT32 or NTFS. Macintosh systems primarily use the HFS+ file system format.
You can format a Transcend flash memory card to the FAT format using the Disk Utility program on a Macintosh.
Insert the Transcend flash card into a card reader connected to the Mac.
Some Macintosh computers have SD card readers built in.
Open the Disk Utility program in the Utilities folder.
Click the flash card in the left column of the window.
Click the "Erase" tab.
Click "MS-DOS (FAT)" in the "Format" drop-down list.
Enter a name for the flash card in the "Name" box.
Click "Erase" to format the flash memory card to FAT.
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