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check the small hole of the microphone at the camera body if it is filled with dirt, clean it with a toothpick like things, do not insert much in. and don't use needle. still problem open, change microphone.
Two methods, one if this function is installed on your camera you can choose to format the card which will delete everything on the card.
Two if the above is not available you can put your card in your computer if there is a slot for it or connect your camera via USB to your computer. Locate the memory card and format it to remove everything, this is faster than choosing the delete option.
You shouldn't need any extra software to download your pictures. Most digital cameras are accessible through windows just by plugging them in. Then you can browse through your camera and copy them accross manually. I imagine the Sanyo disc may have had a program that made this automated but I doubt you will find it for download as it would probably have copyrighted material on it. In any case I cannot find it for download.