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Memory card says full but it isn't!

I'm trying to take some photos and I've had my camera for a really long time, so I know how to use it, etc...but for some reason my memory card only has ONE photo on it and it is saying MEMORY FULL. WHY? How can I take photos again?

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My camera isnt the same modle but if your camera may let you take pictures without a memory card so try to write the photos from the camera to the memory card to see f this i\s a good anwser take the card out and turn the camera on then look at the pictures if there are any it means you need to do what i previously instructed

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