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Hello, Gerald.

You don't really need to format the Imagemate card.

The ImageMate SDDR 31 will be recognized by Windows 2000/XP without an installation of drivers.

If you installed the drivers provided from SanDisk , the ImageMate will not work properly.

But, to format your SD card, try to format using disk management tool by ... Right click on My Computer> Manage> Disk Management select your Card then try Formatting

Hope this helps.

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