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"Can't Format 64gb Class 10", So I wanted to format my class 10 64gb sandisk microsd card to Fat32 because I'm using Cyanogenmod ROM and it doesn't support ExFAT. What I've tried so far: -the switch on the Sandisk Adapter -Using the format option on both OS X and Windows 7 for ExFat, FAT, Journaled etc (on OSX it says couldnt unmount Disk for Disk Utility and so I rebooted and held command+s and it said it couldn't format it). -Using SDFormatter for both OS X and Windows 7. (it says format complete but the card and the files on it have not deleted.) -Using Windows 7, deleted all the files on the card and it says deleted but when I remove it and reinsert it, all the files are still there. -Using Disk Utility in OS X 10.10, I clicked "verify disk" and it found errors saying Found directory entry beyond end of directory in:

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