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Question 10: How do I format my memory card?

Caution: Formatting a memory card permanently deletes all files on the card. Make sure that you copy any valued files to a computer. Do not disconnect the card reader or remove the memory card while formatting is in progress.



  1. Right-click your memory card in My Computer/Computer.
  2. Select Format.
  3. Type a name into the Volume Label box. The name of your memory card appears next to the icon.
  4. Click Start, then click OK in the Warning dialog box.
  5. Click OK on the Format complete window.
  6. Click Close to finish.



  1. Click Go, then click Utilities.
  2. Double-click Disk Utility from the list.
  3. In the left-hand column, select the memory card you want to format, then click the Erase tab.
  4. Specify a volume format and name for the memory card, then click Erase. A warning box opens.
  5. Click Erase again. 
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Question 11: Is my computer compatible with this card reader?

Your computer must meet the following minimum requirements:

  • Windows® 8, Windows® 7, Windows Vista®, Windows® XP, or Mac OS 10.4 (or higher)
    Note: Some memory cards, such as SDXC, are not compatible with Windows XP. See your memory card’s documentation for more information.
  • One available USB port
  • Pentium 233 MHz or higher processor
  • 1.5 GB of hard drive space
  • IBM-compatible PC or Mac computer
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Question 12: What types of memory cards are compatible?

Note: Also check your computer’s operating system to make sure that it is compatible with your memory card.


  • xD (Standard, Type H, and Type M)
  • MS Pro Duo, MS Duo, MS Pro, MS Pro-HG Duo
  • microSD
  • M2
  • CF (Types I and II)
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Question 13: Where can I get more information about my card reader?

  • Find your Quick Setup Guide, online User Guide, or warranty information on the Insignia website. Go to, then search for “NS-CR20A1.”