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Use the Copy command in the Playback menu to copy your pictures from internal memory to the SD card, then download them from the card as usual. Full details are in the "Copy" section beginning on page 79 of the manual.
1) Connect your camera USB connection to your computer/laptop and copy the required photos to your hard disk or other external storage device.
2) Alternatively, plug in a SD card in your camera and transfer the photos from your camera internal memory to your external 'plug-in' SD card via the camera menu option: if required, refer to your camera user manual on how to use this copy function.
I noticed that, after dumping the full SD card onto my computer, I didn't seat it perfectly back in the camera (my finger bottomed out on the batteries before the memory card 'clicked' into place. With the camera unable to see the SD card, it defaulted to the internal memory, which is very small.
I got the SD card seated fully and the "Out of Memory" message went away.