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I can only guess that the 4Gb PNY USB is full and that ran out of space and that it couls not store all the photos, videos and games. 4Gb is not a very large USB memory stick to store all this data. Photos require a lot of storage space depending upon the number of photos and the size of the photos. Video movies require even more storage space and this depends upon the video resolution and the length of the movie.
That is not exactly to calculate. It depends on the stored image sizeand quality. Small pictures could be 400KB a piece, but large ones easily can go up to 6GB a piece. If you know thye avaerage size of your pictures, you can calculate it.
OK, so there are a lot of reasons that a C:13:01 can come up on your camera, but it is most likely that it is due to a problem with the memory stick. Try this: Get a pencil with an erase, take out the memory stick and rub where the gold contacts come out of the memory stick very gently. Try this for 15 seconds, or until the whole space has been covered. Reinsert the stick into your camera, move the function button over the the mode SETUP and turn the camera back on. That should shut off all error messages.
More than likely the camera still thinks the photos are on the stick, especially if you deleted the images while it was hooked to the computer. I would safely move the rest of the photos off the stick onto your computer then format the card through the camera and with the camera disconnected from the computer. this should clear the card.
the 101 is the folder number the pics are stored in-what model sony is it?-are you sure the camera is not recording to the internal memory which may be full-did you try to format memory card or reset the camera to factory defaults?-if none of these work may be bad camera-are you using a memory stick pro or pro duo card?