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Peringatan: Memformat kartu flash Anda akan menghapus semua file data!

FORMAT PADA PERANGKAT (misalnya Kamera Digital)
Sebagian besar perangkat yang mendukung kartu flash (misalnya kamera) akan memiliki utilitas format. Sebelum menggunakan fitur ini, pastikan kapasitas dan tipe kartu flash didukung oleh perangkat. Juga pastikan bahwa opsi format (misalnya FAT32) yang ditawarkan oleh perangkat itu kompatibel dengan perangkat lain yang mungkin akan dipasangkan dengan kartu flash itu. Untuk memformat kartu, ikuti petunjuk Format yang diberikan di panduan perangkat untuk pengguna.

Ketik "This PC" pada jendela pencarian Windows, lalu tekan Enter. Cari dan sorot drive yang sesuai dengan pembaca kartu yang berisi kartu flash. Setelah itu, dengan tombol kanan mouse, klik kanan drive itu, lalu pilih "Format" dari menu yang muncul untuk mengakses utilitas format.

Pilih sistem file yang tepat untuk ukuran kartu dan perangkat yang akan dipasangkan dengan kartu flash itu. Sebagai catatan, ukuran 2 GB ke bawah (kapasitas standar) seharusnya menggunakan FAT, sedangkan ukuran 4 GB hingga 32 GB (Kapasitas Tinggi) biasanya menggunakan FAT32. Pada kapasitas 64 GB ke atas (Kapasitas Diperbesar), kami menganjurkan penggunaan exFAT. Setelah Anda membuat pilihan ini, klik Format untuk menyelesaikan proses format.

Jika Anda menggunakan pembaca kartu yang terhubung ke sistem macOS, buka menu "Go" lalu klik dua kali pada Utilities (Jika Anda tidak melihat Utilities, klik dua kali pada Applications lalu klik dua kali pada folder Utilities). Klik dua kali pada ikon Disk Utility. Pada kotak dialog Disk Utility, pilih partisi yang aktif di kartu flash. Catatan: Akan ada dua daftar untuk kartu, yang pertama adalah partisi aktif dan yang kedua adalah label volume. Klik tab erase yang terletak di sisi kanan layar. Dengan menggunakan menu menurun Volume Format, pilih "MS-DOS File System" dari daftar. Klik Erase.

FAQ: KFC-012611-GEN-07

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If you have data on your card that is important to you, we strongly recommend that you use one of the two possible ways for data recovery (see below). For more information on our warranty policy please visit

    1. Go to and do a search for data recovery and download one of the many data recovery utilities, which are fairly simple to use. We suggest trying one of the free versions as they work just as well as the paid versions. Please note: If the computer cannot see the drive in question, unfortunately the recovery software will not be able to see the drive and recovery will not be an option with recovery software. Therefore, if the drive is not recognized, please refer to option 2 below.
    2. Contact a company that specializes in data recovery services such as Driver Savers at and Ontrack at just to name a couple or you can do a search on Google for data recovery.

FAQ: KFC-012611-GEN-08

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Secure Digital cards including SDHC, SDXC and Micro SD cards come pre-formatted in compliance with SD Memory Card standards. Formatting with Windows, Mac or Linux is not compliant with SD Memory Card standards and may cause a performance decrease.

The solution is to either format the card in a device that complies with SDA standards, such as a camera or phone, or use the SDA format utility located here:

Be aware this is only compatible with the following Windows operating systems. It will not work in a Linux computer, so using a SDA compatible device is preferable.


Compatible Operating Systems:
Windows Windows 8 Windows 8
  Windows 7 Windows 7
  Windows Vista Windows Vista (SP1 or later)
  Windows XP Windows XP (SP2 or later) with the exFAT file system update (KB955704)
Mac Mac OS X(v10.8 MountainLion) Mac OS X(v10.8 MountainLion)
  Mac OS X(v10.7 Lion) Mac OS X (v10.7 Lion)
  Mac OS X(v10.6 SnowLeopard) Mac OS X (v10.6.5 SnowLeopard or later) with the exFAT file system update
  Mac OS X(v10.5 Leopard forIntel Mac)  


In the options section, we suggest you use the "QUICK" selected as the format type and have the format adjustment size set to "ON".

FAQ: KFC-051911-SDF-01

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Depending on what the device supports, you may be running into a incompatibility related issue. To confirm, you should refer to your device’s user manual for assistance. Please see below for more details.

Card Type - With various card types available, it's important to make sure you are using one that is supported by your device. For example, some card types include: SDHC, SDXC, and SDUC. Although some devices may support all three card types, older devices may only support one or two. Please check your devices user manual to confirm which card types it supports.

Card Capacity - Along with card types, there is also card capacity. With card capacities ranging from less than 2GB up to 128TB and above, it is important to confirm which capacities are supported by the device in question.

File System - The File System can also cause support related symptoms. With the various card capacities comes different File Systems, such as FAT, NTFS, and exFAT to name a few. Please check your devices user manual to confirm which File Systems are supported. If your card is utilizing an unsupported File System, you may be able to resolve by reformatting the card with a compatible File System.

FAQ: KFC-012711-GEN-04

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No. We do not support our flash cards as bootable devices, fixed disks or something you can run an OS from.

FAQ: KFC-011911-GEN-01

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Many devices that use flash cards only recognize the FAT32 file system. Windows will automatically default the file system to exFAT for any removable storage device above 32GB. It will not give the option to format is FAT32. When you insert this card into your device, it will see the card as not formatted. The best practice is to format the card in the device you primarily use the card with.

FAQ: KFC-070513-GEN-09

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This is common for flash storage, whether internal SSD, Flash Card, or external USB storage, and is due in part to a variance in how flash memory vs spinning platter hard drive manufacturers calculate megabyte. Hard drive manufacturers calculate a megabyte (or 1,000x1,000 bytes) as 1,000KBs, whereas the binary calculation for flash-based storage is 1,024KBs.

Example: For a 1TB flash-based storage device, Windows will calculate it as having a capacity of 931.32GB. (1,000,000,000,000÷1,024÷1,024÷1,024=931.32GB).

Furthermore, Kingston reserves some of the listed capacity for formatting (e.g., File Allocation Table) and other functions such as firmware and/or controller-specific information, and thus some of the listed capacity is not available for data storage.

FAQ: KDT-010611-GEN-06

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