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Bad Memory Card

I`ve got a 1GB memory card that will not work it will not formatt

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  • Vick1 Apr 01, 2008

    I`ve got a Kodak Z612 digital camera that does great during the day but it won`t take good action shots at night what can I do to fix this problem

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About the memory card, you can try to have that reformatted on another camera. if it will not reformat, its time to replace that.

about the camera. its about lighting and exposure. shutterspeed also has a factor to that. try adjusting the shutterspeed and provide a bigger flash. or stronger lighting.

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I`ve a sandisk micro sd memory card 1gb.accidently it got password protected, i don`t have the password, Pl help me.My mobile phone is nokia 6233


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If your Sony Memory Stick has stopped working in your digital device,
Sony's Memory Stick Formatter Software may be able to format your Memory Stick in a more compatible way for your device.

Compatible operating systems include:

* Windows® 7 Starter / Home Basic / Home Premium / Professional / Enterprise / Ultimate
* Windows Vista® Home Basic / Home Premium / Business / Ultimate
* Windows® XP Home Edition / Professional
* Windows® 2000 Professional

Preparation

* Confirm that the write-protection switch of the Memory Stick is set to the "Write enable" position.
* Insert the Memory Stick into the Memory Stick slot of the device or computer.
* If you are using a file recorded on Memory Stick with another application, quit the application before beginning the formatting process.

The Format Process

Note: Formatting will erase all files in the Memory Stick. Always double-check the Memory Stick contents before formatting to prevent loss of important data.

* To start Memory Stick Formatter, click Start->Programs->Memory Stick Utility->Memory Stick Formatter.
* At the "Drive List" screen, click to highlight the drive letter that represents the Memory Stick device/slot.
* Click the Start Format button.
* At the "Warning..." screen, confirm that you wish to format the Memory Stick, and click OK. Note: To quit the process, click the Cancel button.
* Do not remove the Memory Stick from the Memory Stick slot during formatting, as this may cause corruption.
* At the "Format was successful" message, click OK.
* To quit the Memory Stick formatter utility, click the Exit button.

Download the Sony Memory Stick Formatter Here.

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If your Sony Memory Stick has stopped working in your digital device,
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Compatible operating systems include:

* Windows® 7 Starter / Home Basic / Home Premium / Professional / Enterprise / Ultimate
* Windows Vista® Home Basic / Home Premium / Business / Ultimate
* Windows® XP Home Edition / Professional
* Windows® 2000 Professional

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