[Vrstream] cards reformatting
alanandsuzanne at earthlink.net
Wed May 26 10:53:42 EDT 2010
Humanware says when you get a new SD HC card to format it first in the
Stream as the utility can format HC (high capacity) SD cards. Not all
computers can. If your computer is older then 3 or 4 years, it may not have
that capability and thus cannot format the card to the HC standard.
I assumed the card I was using was formatted properly from the factory. In
my stream, it was reporting I had 12 GB free which was a good trick seeing
as how it was an 8 GB card. After formatting with the utility in the Stream
it worked fine. It was an ATP 8 GB SD-HC card.
My Asus netbook has a built in SD HC reader/writer and the manual says it
can format SD-HC cards and warns that older computers cannot properly HC
cards so, that's what Humanware told me and the manufacturer of my less then
a year old netbook computer. Hope it helps some one. I don't assume new
cards are formatted properly before use any more.
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----- Original Message -----
From: "Robert Kingett" <kingettblue at gmail.com>
To: "'tina birenbaum'" <tinabir at samobile.net>; <vrstream at vrstreamusers.org>
Sent: Tuesday, May 25, 2010 5:45 PM
Subject: Re: [Vrstream] cards reformatting
> Hmm... nope. That never happened to me, but I was firced to format it on
> the computer one time. A message came up saying I had to
> format the card to even use it on the computer. That was stupid. I even
> tried going into the drive anyway and could not.
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