When formatting, only two options should be available NTFS and Fat32.
First choose NTFS for formatting the SD Cards. Let it format the SD card.
Once the formatting is completed using NTFS.Go and format it again but this time using FAT32.
I would suggest you to format the Card from the Disk Management
Steps to format SD card from Disk Management
a. Click Start and go to Control Panel.
b. Click Administrative Tools and then click Computer Management
c. When that window opens you can click on Disk Management and find the device in the drive viewer.
d. Then you can right click on the drive and select Format and see if using this utility from the Disk Management helps resolve your issue.
You might also try going back to the manufacturer to see if they have a support document or utility that will reformat the drive to original specifications.
You may also refer the following article.
You may also try to update the drivers for the SD card reader.You may refer the following link.
Hope it helps.
Reboot the laptop
You were playing a game when suddenly an error message popped up? You can try to reboot your computer to see if this problem could be a glitch. Many errors can be fixed by a simple reboot as it is not impossible that the system malfunctions after long-time working. What it needs is just a break and a restart. If you can't reboot it normally, you can force reboot it.
System Restore - 2 GIG SD Cards and Windows 7 64 Bit Puzzler???
System Restore can return your laptop's system files and programs to a time when everything was working fine, potentially preventing hours of troubleshooting headaches. It won't affect your documents, pictures, or other data. Please back up important changes(files, documents) before you perform system restore.