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Sandisk format I have a problem formatting my 2 gig sandisk memory card for my mp3 player. If someone can help I need step by step help

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  1. Put it into the card reader on computer
  2. once it is reconized go to my computer
  3. right mouse click on the drive letter where you memory card is located
  4. click format
  5. You have two options quick or slow format
  6. make sure you format FAT because most devices will not read.
go to this link and it will pop up a video and show you step by step as well please rate me

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rdMHyOOPKkQ

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