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How many bytes per sector do you request when formatting a SD memory card for bushnell outdoor camera?

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  • burldon Jul 22, 2008

    so if it is formatted at 512, 1048 or whatever, it doesn't matter?



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Just leave it at the highest number and format it as the settings show, when you put it in the camera, the camera will put what is needed for it to work.

Posted on Jul 22, 2008

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    Fadil Khan Jul 22, 2008

    Just put the highest one and go ahead.... All of the settings should be left as is, except the Label and the Quick Format option...

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When I connect it to my Linux PC, the file format appears to be FAT16.

If I remove the SD card and test it, I get the same result.

I assume the internal memory is formated with FAT16 as well.

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Disk /dev/sde: 1001 MB, 1001848320 bytes
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#6
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