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The only way that your memory card has a virus is that it was downloaded to the memory card from the computer and no the "virus" would have little to no change of affecting the camera programing. Format the card in the camera and that'll clean any nasty corrupt files and give you a clean working medium to work with again. A memory card after downloading pictures to the computer hard drive should be formatted not deleting every picture. Deleting doesn't clean and will over time cause some card errors and fail to download and a bunch of other annoyances. If the card is formatted after each download to the computer then this annoyance will be eliminated.
There should be a reformat option in the camera. That will remove all the images from your card as well as reformat the card. The memory card should be reformatted periodically for optimal functionality.
Based on your post/description I can only assume that somehow the videos are still there inside your memory. Probably your best bet would be to reformat your card, although you can format the memory card with your PC and a card reader, it is preferable using your camera.
This problem indicates a possible problem with the memory and a reformat (total) would delete all information inside and prep it again for usage.
Hope this gives you an idea and pls post back how things are and/or further information. Good luck and kind regards.