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Get a flash reader that can read your flash card to a PC. Connect the reader and insert the flash card while the computer is running. This is safe because it is USB. Install the drivers for the flash card. Run the utillities that allow to format the card.

Some cards can be formated using the Windows format program that is for formatting drives.

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