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Formatting the SDHC Ultra II 4GB in my nikon D80

I have tried to formatt the memory card in my camera nikon D80, however it keep showing me 1.0k instead of actual exposure left which is around 3GB something. anyone can help me??

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It shows the number of pictures left, not the size of the memory card...

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Posted on Oct 18, 2008

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