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Deleted videos off of computer and time remaining when empty is not 30 min

Hi, I recently deleted all of my videos off of my camcorder through windows explorer (both the videos and their picture thumbnails) without deleting them directly with the camera. Now, when I turn the camera on it displays like 26min even though it is completely empty.... any suggestions? I'm pretty computer savy so I can handle some complex answers if need be.

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  • JLPC13 Apr 01, 2008

    I droped my camera a couple times and it only holds 3 minutes of memory now>it is so post to hold 30 minutes of video!

  • Anonymous May 15, 2008

    I deleted one video while still plugged into computer using windows and now I turn on camera and it shows 56 minutes instead of 60 minutes of time. The camera reads empty. What is going on?

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Hey all, I had the same problem after deleting video on windows explorer. I couldn't figure it out untill I plugged camera into computer and opened files using windows media player. The video I had deleted came up in the playlist. I went to 'open from location' (right click while on the video tag line) And it tookme to a folder named 100video. There was the video I had deleted. So I deleted it from there while still hooked up and now my camera reads 60minutes again. Try it. Good luck

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