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If you are a Mac user then I know you have experienced this. You've been deleting files and your Trash Can is showing that there are items in it. You try to empty the trash and all of a sudden an error window appears. It probably looks something like this.
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You can either single click on the file and drag it to the trash can located on your dock or single click on the file then go to the file menu and select Move to Trash or single click on the file and click on the cmd key and the delete key at the same time. Once they are in the trash to get rid of them totally go to the finder menu and slect either empty trash or secure empty trash (this one totally purges the file and it will not be able to be recovered. Hope this helps.
Ctl click on downloads/Open in finder/ select the file/files you want to delete. Drag to the trash and drop. Then go to finder menu File/Empty trash. OR* select the one you want gone CMD click for mutiple items then press CMD+Delete. to empty trash press CMD+Shift+Delete.
Make sure that when you delete them on a mac, that while it is still plugged in you empty the trash, if you delete but do not empty the trash, when you remove it from the computer the used space will remain
someone else posted on another feed, and it worked SO well I had to restate it here.
Empty the trash on your mac. I had the same problem, "Camera is full" but in actuality "Camera was empty". This guy said to plug the camera into the computer (macs in our cases) and empty the trash folder on your computer.
Fixed my problem completely and I didn't have to do anything crazy! Now next time it happens I'll know what to do, hope it helps you too! :)
I found the solution!
Just put the Flip camera back into any computer on which you deleted files — then, with the Flip camera still attached, empty your trash bin.
All of the time comes right back. The only catch is if you have deleted files on many different computers. At some point, you will have to go back to those computers, insert the Flip, empty the trash and then you'll get your minutes back.
It's awesome. I am back in love with the Flip.
When you move files to the Trash on a Mac you are just marking the files to be deleted next time you empty the trash. You are not actually deleting them when you move them to the trash. They will continue to take up space on your drive until you empty the trash.
Emptying the trash will delete everything in the Trash folder regardless of which drive it is stored on. If you have files you are not certain you want to delete that are located on your internal drive, open the Trash folder and move them temporarily out (like to the desk top), then empty the trash to delete all the ones on the external drive that you do want to clear off.
You will see that the free space has increased on the external drive. Now put back in the trash the files from your internatl drive you were thinking of deleting but not certain you wnated to (if that is your reason for not wanting to empty the trash. I'm not clear on why you would not want to delete them.)