Question about Lexar Electronics - Others
You just try to add files more than 142 mb if it goes smoothly then add files up to 4 gb and then again format it in other device
Posted on Jun 05, 2014
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
i have a solution that worked!
Notice: save all the needed data on your computer, because Formatting your Memory stick will wipe everything out!
if you have a Sony PSP, or know someone who does, replace the memory stick that says "no memory Space" in to the PSP port, go to "Settings" which is the left-most section of the PSP main screen, then scroll down to "System Settings," select it, Scroll down again to the "Format Memory Stick" selection and press "X" follow on-screen instructions and SHAZAM! its ready for action in your camera again!
Posted on Mar 19, 2009
Why do you need to format. If using on Sony products its ready to go no need to format. If needing formatting your PC will tell you so and will give you the option to do so by selecting yes to format and will do it for you.... Do not format unless prompet to do so
Posted on Oct 01, 2009
that is it . there is no enough space for your demanded progress . that means you should buy more space next time . rate please !
Posted on Jan 11, 2010
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