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Memory card flashes full when it's not

I let my friend borrow my camera (Nikon D50) and after I got it back whenever I turn the camera on it flashes 'full' even though I've compeletely emptied the memory card.

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There should be a "format card" option in the camera's system menu. do this and it may help the unfortunate equipment realize the situation:) (be sure there are no pics you want to keep as they will be permenantly removed)

Posted on Jul 07, 2007

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Have you tried formatting the card?

Posted on Jul 06, 2007

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