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I accidently deleted the fuji folder thats inside the dcmi folder on my external memory and now i cant get the external memory to work or even a new memory card. Help

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After several hours of trying to get answers through you and calling e mailing... everything with absolutly no help whatsoever. No one understood what i was saying. I kept turning off the camera and then trying everything again. I even used a different card and still nothing it still said memory was full when there was nothing on it. So what i did was i took a few pictures without the external memory.. so it used the internal memory then i reviewed them so i seen that worked. After i did that i re inserted the memory chip and it must have reset itself because all of a sudden it worked. I figured it out myslef.. so much for technical support.

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