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Cant View Thumbnails on Camera

I think I have somehow managed to alter the settings on my camera . Memory stick is full & images can be seen on PC & also when I set to photo mode it says " Memory Full " so camera is recognising there are images on the stick , but when I try to view pictures on the camera ( I need to do this to delete them ) camera says " No files in Folder " . This is the same on 2 memory sticks . How do I view my photos ? Can you help please

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You can delete images from the 'stick' on computer- so long as you do not format on computer.

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