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How do i formart my memory card

How do i format my memory card and how do i delete the old pictures on it.

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If you have Vista or XP - Go to My Computer, Click on the drive ONE TIME NOT TWO. Then, Right click and look for format - click it. When the new window opens, click the FORMAT button. Done

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