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Re card thinks its full

Hello

I deleted some images off my camera on my computer but although they no longer show on the camera, the camera thinks the card is full.

i can't actually delete the files because i can't see the files.

can you tell me how to wipe the card because now i can't take any more photos.

thanks a lot
suzanne

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  • Anonymous Jan 01, 2009

    I have an olympus fe-330. I copied all the pictures to my computer and deleted them all from the camera.. but the camera still thinks the card is full :s
    help please!!! this happened on new years eve :((



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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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