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Why does it tell me the memory card is full, when the memory card is empty?

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The memory card is probably filled up with hidden files or system files that you cannot see ordinarily.
You can solve this problem by connecting the memory card to a computer by any means and formatting it.
You can format it by connecting it to the computer.
Locate it under my computer
right-click on it, and select format
select quick format and click the format button
wait for the format to be finished and disconnect.
Hope this was of help to you?

Posted on Jan 03, 2011

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