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Ghost photos on my memory card

My problem arose when i uploaded some photos to my computer. i copied the photos from my card (a 256 mb fujifilm xd picturecard) to my computer without deleting the photos from the card. i then deleted the photos using my computer (highlighting and dragging them to the trash), as the camera was still connected to the computer. when i turned my camera on to picture mode once all of the photos had been deleted, the camera read that there was only room for about 16 photos on the card, which is how much room was on the card before the photos had been deleted (it's a 256 mb card). it seems to be acting as though there are still photos on the card, though they don't show on picture mode, and i can't seem to free up the memory on the card. i have used the "erase all" feature in picture mode, but that doesn't work. any ideas?

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Have you tried formatting the card which erases almost everything?

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I think your best place to find those would be on sites like eBay or Craigslist

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Ja jestem za pomocą Google Narzędzia językowe do tłumaczenia. Mam nadzieję, że nie jest zbyt dużo straconych w tłumaczeniu.

Wytrzyj kontakt obszaru na xD-Picture
Karta z miękką, suchą szmatką. Może być
konieczne sformatowanie xD-Picture Card.
Jeśli komunikat o błędzie jest nadal wyświetlany,
zastąpić xD-Picture Card.
Jeśli nadal masz problem, skontaktuj się z dealerem FUJIFILM.

Mam nadzieję, że ten problem został rozwiązany dla Ciebie.
Z poważaniem, CBR2009

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