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4 Gb Sansa Formatted to 16MB!

My Sansa was accidently formatted to 16 Mb and cant do anything with it! Help. on my computer it shows up as 16 mb instead of 4 Gb's.How can I format it to et my 4 GB back? I dont have the set up disk that came with the sansa anymore!

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2) Try the cards in the card reader in your computer to see if they can be read.

3) Try the "switch off camera - remove and replace battery - switch on camera" trick with the original 128 Mb card in place. This will reset the camera's memory.

4) Note the type of card is important - not all cards can be used in a camera (especially some of the latest bigger ones) - check the type of cards supported by your camera.

I found this at the Nikon USA site (note that the 2 GB card is not listed - as said "Cards are not all the same" and use different drivers to operate them):

Question Which Secure Digital Cards are approved for use in the Coolpix 4600/5600? trnsp.gif Answer The Nikon Quality Department has tested the following cards and approved their use in the Coolpix 4600/5600:

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