After using an SD card for a while, it will start to slow down. To speed it up, you can format it. This will erase all data on the SD card, including all files stored on it. Make sure you move any data you want to keep off the drive before formatting the card. Instructions
Plug the SD card into the computer’s USB port.
Click on the circular blue button in the lower left corner. A menu will appear. Click on “Control Panel” in the right panel of the menu.
Click on “System and Security” within “Control Panel”. Click on “Administrative Tools” within the “System and Security” screen. In here, double click on “Computer Management”.
Click on “Disk Management” in the left pane of the “Computer Management” screen. Right-click on the SD card and select “Format”.
Click “OK” on the format screen to format the SD card.
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