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Flash Card I have a Samsung Digimax i6, it's a camera and also an MP3 player. So I've been moving mp3's on and off it for a few months now and I've been using a 1GB SanDisk flash card in it. And I just realized that I've been moving the songs off but it hasn't been erasing the file and now my flash card is full but there's nothing on it. No pictures, no files, nothing. And I was wondering if there is a way I could just... erase the card.

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Put the card into the camera and format it (the card, not the camera).

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