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When I put in 16 GB Maxell memory stick into my MacBook Pro it does not acknowledge it. The package says it is compatible with MAC but this one is not working.

The unit does not show up on the computer so I can not add any photos to the memory stick. I have checked every place I can imagine and it does not seem to be anywhere.

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Try reformatting on another computer in a more compatible format. Also try to find in the finder and right click and look into the formatting options.

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Testimonial: "I don't understand your first comment:"in a more compatible format". Also I looked in the finder and and there was nothing to click on to look into the formatting options. This is a brand new MacBook Pro."

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