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My memory card is completely empty, all photos

My memory card is completely empty all photos deletd but I am getting file no full on my screen and it will not let me take any new photos. I tried a brand new card and new batteries

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You need to reset the file-numbering.
Turn mode-dial to Set and turn on the camera. Select Frame No. from the setup menu. Switch Frame No. to Renew. Press OK. Format the card (also from the Setup Menu) After formatting, select Frame No. againg and switch to Cont. File numbers will now start from 100.0001 again

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this happens quite abit with Samsung devices. Try to make sure you can move your pictures to your computer. Then, reformat your card.
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