Set the camera to the green playback (left most option on mode switch). Press the menu button and choose ERASE (trash icon) than ALL FRAMES. This will clear the card. Make sure you have downloaded or printed the images you wanted first as this will delete them.
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Consider NOT connecting your camera to your computer.
The best way to download pictures from your camera to your computer involves removing the memory card from the camera and plugging it into a card reader (either built-in to the computer or connected via USB or FireWire). This is likely to be faster than connecting the camera to the computer, and won't run down your camera's batteries.
Once the card is plugged in, it will appear to your computer as a removable drive. You can use the operating system's drag&drop facility to copy pictures from the card to the computer's hard drive, the same way you copy any other files. Or you can use any photo cataloging program such as Picasa.
I don't know what manual you're reading but the camera will only record 80 seconds at the lowest resolution. This is a very old camera that still uses the now extinct XD card. If movies really interest you, consider getting a new camera. The new models have literally hundreds of new features that I'm sure you will really like.
If 3 images fills it up, the size of the memory card is probably only 4 or 8MB.
The camera can use Smartmedia cards up to 128MB.
You will probaly need to buy 2nd hand cards as Smartmedia cards are no longer manufactured.
I can send you a manual if you inform your email address.
Your camera should automatically recognise when a memory card is inserted and store pictures on to that rather than use the internal memory. The internal memory is only used when no card is inserted so possibly there is a fault with the card connections if it does not recognise when it is inserted.
To clear the internal memory have a look at my post on my tips page on my profile dealing with this.
just take out the memory card . there will be a small button or a panel like thing on one of its side. just move that to the other side i.e opposite to the current position of the button. re-insert the memory card and check it out...
I had the same problem with a Fufifilm camera. When I looked closely at the memory card I noticed a little white sliding button on the left hand side. When it is in the down position the card is locked or protected. Just slide the button up and put it back in your camera and it should work.
Try opening your My Computer screen, connect the camera to the computer and watch for the new removable disk to show up. Depending on the camera there may be two that show up. Right click on the removable disk/disks and choose format, click start and click okay. This should fully reformat the memory and you'll be able to take pictures again.
I had the same problem. Once it said "Memory Full" there's no way to get rid of it how much you try to recover, format the card, reset the camera with no avail. I had thought the camera was out of order. Then googled around and come across with this workaround. When nothing else works for you just take out the memory card. Take a picture to the internal memory of the camera and then insert the card. Voila!! you can enjoy our camera. I guess this is a software bug. The camera can not reset the memory card full flag before you take a picture to the internal memory.