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This is how you erase the images stored on the card, When you format the card you are erasing everything on it. If the camera is telling you to format the card then there must be an issue with someting on the card and the camera can not use this card till it is formatted. If you want to save anything off the card you ned to do this before formatting

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I m Abrar..using nokia 5130c-2..i have two questions..firstly my mobile memory is 1.1 GB and it is bieng used 724 MB..how can i increase its size?? And secondly,what is the meaning of formating a memory...


Welcome to FixYa.

Hi Abrar, the memory card is a fixed storage device in terms of capacity. There is no way the size can be increased. The only thing that you can do is either delete some files from the memory to free some space or to replace the memory card with a higher capacity like 2 GB, 4GB or 8GB.

Formatting the memory means to prepare the memory so that it can be recognized by the phone. Be warned that formatting the memory will delete all files stored in the memory card.

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Memory card not formated operation failed


Sometimes, Due to viruses or hidden data in the memory card, the handset is unable to format the memory card. so if u format it from a pc, using a card reader, your mem card will surely get formatted easily.. But if there is some technical problem in formating, download HP DRIVE KEY BOOT UTILITY It repairs up and formats the corrupted data and your memory card will be ready to use again .. Happy formatting !

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When iam opening memory card in nokia 3110c it is saying memory card not formatted operation failed.please guide me what to do


Hi, problem can solved.When a memory card says formatted operation failed,it means the memory has been affected with VIRUSin it,thats why it's not given you access to get into it.
What you will need to do is to format it.

You can use your phone to format the memory card by going to the option of the memory card and click on format memory card.
Also you can use a PC to format the memory card by using a memory card reader. insert the memory card inside the card reader and connect to your PC, click on my computer, you will seethe memory card icon displayed, right click on the mouse for options to come up, and click on format memory card and you done.

Note: When trying to format and it does not format the memory card, that means the VIRUS that affected the memory has damaged it totally, that means you will have to get a replacement memory card.

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