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I cannot format my brand new memory card in my Kodak Easyshare.

I have a Kodak EasyshareC913. Prompt reads "memory card needs formatting". When I click ok and continue it starts to format and then stops.The "card needs formatting" prompt keeps reappearing. I cannot get to the menu with the card in the camera and when I take the card out, go to the menu to get the formatting prompt, put the new card in..it starts the same cycle.(needs formatting, starts to format and stops before completion.

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  • deborah1949 May 11, 2009

    I tried that and I was prompted to move the switch back to the original position to unlock the protection.

  • deborah1949 May 11, 2009

    The card size is 4GB. SDHC is on the package. I have a card reader. Nothing happens when I plug it into the computer.

  • deborah1949 May 11, 2009

    I'm going to take the card and the camera back to the store (I just purchased them together last week) and start from scratch, new camera and new card. We'll see what happens.

  • rjbeg123 May 11, 2010

    Have you tried putting the card into a card reader on a computer to make sure that you have a good card? Cards can go bad, also if you have the wrong speed of card some cameras can't use them. The Kodak you have is HD and requires a high speed sd card. The old plain cheapo sd cards have a 2MB/Sec transfer rate while the new high speed ones have a 15MB/Sec transfer rate. Make sure the camera is off when you insert the card and that it says 'high speed' or 'ultra' on the card.

  • kerry zho May 11, 2010

    what is the card size?

  • rjbeg123 May 11, 2010

    Do you have the card unlocked so it can be formatted? On the edge of the card is a little sliding switch that locks (write prevents) the card try moving the switch to the other position and try again. See if that fixes it for you.

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The I would have to say bad card. Do you have another to try?

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Believe the 4 GB card is too large for this camera and internal camera software was not designed to format or manage so much memory.. try a fast SD under 2 GB.

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