Tuesday, 17 April 2012

HOW TO FORMAT MEMORY CARD USING DOS

HOW TO FORMAT  MEMORY CARD USING DOS

WINDOWS WAS UNABLE TO FORMAT CARD

Instructions

 

    • Insert your SD card into your memory card reader. Connect the memory card reader into any available USB port on your computer. Allow your system to recognize the device.
    • Click "My Computer" and take note of your SD card drive letter. Such letter is assigned next to the volume label. For example, it typically states "Removable Storage (drive letter)." Choose from a complete range of certificates with the stronges.
    • Click the Start menu and type "CMD" from the Run command. Press "OK" to launch the DOS Command Prompt. Another way to access DOS is by turning on your computer and pressing "F8" during computer startup (prior to seeing the main Windows logo.) Select "Safe Mode with Command Prompt" from the list of options shown.
    • Access the SD card by typing its drive letter, followed by a colon, and press "Enter." An example of this would be "L:" without the quotes. Type "Format L:" and press "Enter" to permanently delete your SD card's contents. Note that "L" merely represents your own drive letter assigned by your system. Once finished, type "Exit" to shut the DOS Command Prompt.

5 comments:

  1. thank you so much for your this good work. Jude

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  2. It is Showing Following details

    C:\Users\vinit>format/x J:
    Insert new disk for drive J:
    and press ENTER when ready...
    The type of the file system is RAW.
    The new file system is FAT.
    Verifying 0M
    The specified cluster size is too big for FAT.

    plz tell me What Should i do to format this memory card

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  3. It is Showing Following details

    C:\Users\vinit>format/x J:
    Insert new disk for drive J:
    and press ENTER when ready...
    The type of the file system is RAW.
    The new file system is FAT.
    Verifying 0M
    The specified cluster size is too big for FAT.

    plz tell me What Should i do to format this memory card plz reply me at vinitpayal@gmail.com thanks in advance

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  4. it worked thnxxxxx

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