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It appears the photos are stored on the internal memory in the camers and this us usually a small memory. You most likely need to insert a large SD memory card in your camera say 8 to 16Gb or more depending upon your requirements..
It doesn't say the memory is full, it says the frame number is full. Basically you've taken 9999 pictures and it doesn't know what to do with the file name. Look in the setup menu for a frame number reset, or a file number reset. If you can't find either of those, look for a general purpose reset function - it's usually right at the bottom near the card formatting function because you hardly ever use it.
You will have to manage the situation that you will now have duplicate file names, since it will start numbering from 0001 again. I suggest you archive all your current photos, and start anew somehow.
Check the setting where the pictures are being stored. It may be still storing to the internal memory.
Also check what resolution you are capturing your snaps. Although 22 pictures should not fill your memory but high resolution photos can take 5-6 MB /photo, so you can accomodate about 180-200 photos in 1GB. Try reducing the photo resolution, if you are not planning to print them.
Also, have you downloaded all the previous snaps from the card and deleted it from the 1GB card?
Try to format the memory. Go to the menu to setup option and press ok. Go to memory format and press ok. You will see format yes or no. Choose Yes and press ok. This will permanently erase all images from the memory and will solve the issue of the camera always reading memory full.