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Sandisc camera sd card - capacity full error

I deleted all files from my 4gb card. left nothing on, but i keep seeing that only 250 MB are available. and, as soon as i take pictures worth 250mb the card is full. it is like i have 250 mb card.

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Your camera menu should have an option to FORMAT the card. This will need to be done. If you deleted all files on the card by using a computer, the files may not be completely gone without having the camera reformat the card. It is always most efficient and safer to have the camera do the deleting rather than a computer.

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