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2GB SanDisk is not recognized by Computer

We did not format the disk before using it. We took pictures and on the camera and you could see themon the camera, but not on the computer. We took them to Walmart and could make photos. We took disk and erased pictures and tried to format the disk by using the default and the Quick format mode and it came up with a screen stating that Windows was unable to complete the format. Could we have a bad disk???

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Could it be that the card is in the lock switch?"
Have you tried formatting it using the camera?

Posted on Jun 30, 2009

  • Sol Ocampo Jun 30, 2009

    could it be that the card is in the lock switch?"

    Have you tried formatting it using the camera?

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