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I cannot format my 4 GB micro sd card ,every time it shows "windows cannot format"

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You can format your micro-SD Card using a software which you can download by clicking this link. I uploaded it to my FTP site for you and it will be there for a limited time. Download that file and save it to your PC. Then unzip that ".zip" file.

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