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Error formatting CompactFlash Card

Purchased a 128MB flash card (Dane Elec) for use on my Casio E-105. Seemed it worked for the first few min then would not recognize the storage card....from either the Casio or Explorer when I synced up with PC. The Casio indicated needed to format the card but when I clicked OK....got an error code #31.....any ideas?? THANKS

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Re: Error formatting CompactFlash Card

You have (or a friend) a camera that takes the card you might try formatting on it. Seems there are formatting issues now and then that disappear on a camera.

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