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SanDixk Ultra II 2GB

Well I was uploading pictures into my computer directly from the card to the computer.

But when I tried using it again on my camera it says "Card cannot be used"

Did I remove something accidently or what? How can I fix it... VERY URGENT!

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  • theLOTRfan Jan 10, 2008

    Haha. Im new at this...



    So how do we reformat a card?

  • theLOTRfan Jan 10, 2008

    When I click on it to open it, it opens up some folders. But when I try to open those folders. It doesnt work.



    When I tried to reformat, it told me there was no disk. When there clearly was.

  • theLOTRfan Jan 10, 2008

    Ouch. Thanks though...

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Check and see if there is a locking pin on the cartd, as this will sometimes cause a problem, also, try reformatting the card to FAT 32 or even NTFS

Posted on Jan 10, 2008

  • Alexander Selby
    Alexander Selby Jan 10, 2008

    go to my computer, right click the card and select "format" the rest is pretty self explanatory

  • Alexander Selby
    Alexander Selby Jan 10, 2008

    sounds like the disk is messed up, seems there is no other solution, other than to get a new one or find someone who can fix it. My Best Regards

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