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D80 - R-09 and F__ flashes and I cannot take any shots

I get an message R09 on my Nikon D80, I know R09 means the number of shots left in the buffer, but the camera has been like this now for 6 hours. Is there a fault with the buffer loading shots to the card? I have the kit lens (18-135) on the camera.

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