After you are certain that you have all of your photos copied to another storage (PC CD-ROM etc...) the quickest way to assure that your memory card is empty is to perform a 'format' when the card is in the camera.
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There will be options within the menu system that enable you to delete individual images, or to format the entire card for re-use. Do not forget to back up the images you wish to retain to your computer prior to deleting them.
Alternatively, you can just purchase a new card to use in your camera, thus ensuring that all your precious images are safe.
BTW, I think you may mean media card, not sim card. Sim cards are used in phones, not cameras.
You can simply delete the photos from your computer instead. Simply drag all your photos to the recycle bin in windows or trash can in mac and then empty it. This will delete everything you have on the card.
There are several recovery programs available. Some free, some not.
Try this out. It will let you know whether the files are recoverable or not. Meanwhile do not try to write any more files to the card.
If you open the programme you use to transfer the folders, it should tell you where it is loading them to by default.
Fuji normally name the folder 'as the date'; that they were transfered.
As for the memory card it is probably best trying to re-format the card, if no change a replacement may be neccassary.