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Formatting a memory card

How can i format a memory card?

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If you have a SD card reader on your computer, you can plug it in there. Click Start, My computer, then the drive the card is connected to (on my system it's the F:\ drive). Right click on the drive and select Format. You can pick either FAT or FAT32 (FAT32 should be the default). Either one will work. It should only take a few short seconds. Once done, your card is formated.

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