At this point, quickly format the memory stick using the camera's format feature. Exercise caution so as not to pull away any circuitry. I think I reformatted the memory stick in the Vaio's MS Slot, gave the camera's slot a blast of compressed air, cleaned the contacts and inserted and removed the memory card Getting mad should also expidite your case. check my blog
Voltage variants alters data processing on the main board. Then test to be sure you can retrieve the pic onto your computer. Pull ever so slightly, it is attached to ephemeral wires and can rip them. Download and install "smart recovery" (or "file recovery") from PC Inspector (100% free!) 2. look at this web-site
It is unfortunate that Sony can not give the solution... when I try to explore it says "please insert a disk into drive J". Then you get an un-valid data.
But I'm guilty of doing what you did as well ;) The thing is, most people with the C:13:01 error really have some sort of interface conflict between the memory stick/card The camera worked! Carefully remove it and follow the instructions in the following picture (several links in case some go down):http://img221.imageshack.us/img221/3709/sonydscp8c1301error4wh.jpghttp://rapidshare.de/files/23467590/Sony_DSC-P8_C1301_ERROR.jpg.htmlhttp://www.everybodytothelimit.com/sony_dsc-p8_c1301_error.jpgI hope those of you with other models can "figure it out", because from Sony Support i don't want to loose what was on the memory stick last night -- turned on today with the error message -- please help.
I returned the camera to the Sony service centre in Pencoed, South Wales and it came back with both defects repaired.Their description of the repair says:- CCD Replacement and PWB, FP-617 Sony Memory Stick Error Right when I selected OK, the error message C:13:01 was flashing on the screen. And if you still encounter the error code then you know its not the memory stick, its the camera! I changed to the original sony 16mb stick it came with and am getting the same error reading.
Download and install "smart recovery" (or "file recovery") from PC Inspector (100% free!) (URL: http://www.pcinspector.de/)2. Consider donating a small amount. It will also not allow me to format the 1Gb on the PC or the camera! Sorry, there was a problem flagging this post.
display should show "usb mode normal" ! have a peek at this web-site C:13:01 .......... Reinsert The Memory Card Sony Cybershot Can anyone help me getting the stick formatted or I have to buy a new stick. Sony Dsc-f707 Memory Stick Error I can do nothing with it now.I do know that Sony competes with itself to try to outdo its own technology.
I use rechargable batteries, came with the camera, and the manual says to run them down to zero by using the slide show and then recharging.While taking pics I got the http://phabletkeyboards.com/memory-stick/sony-error-message-13.php sent me your instruction. So looks like its not really 8GB, so highly recommend to back-up photos consistently if going to use this kind of memory. Yes, there is a difference.Memory Stick supports up to 128 MB.Memory Stick PRO supports larger than 128 MB capacity.Your 36 MB card is a Memory Stick, while your 2 GB card 13:01 Time
So I went back on the PC and created an empty folder named "DCIM" on the stick. Not to mention the graininess is hard to fix. I search to retrive my pictures with other program like recuva I heard is very good. http://phabletkeyboards.com/memory-stick/sony-format-error-c-13-01.php Reply Re: SONY C:13:01 ERROR ty Posted Nov 27, 2009 this doesnt work i cant beilive you reccomend this Reply Re: SONY C:13:01 ERROR Rune Posted Sep 30, 2009 Hi, putting
Connect your camera via usb to your computer and switch on your camera now. Good luck Reply Re: SONY C:13:01 ERROR tnn Posted Apr 05, 2010 Thanks Reply Re: SONY C:13:01 ERROR Faraz Ali Posted Mar 14, 2010 Hurray thanks for every one i tried Nilson Dias Fri, 03 Nov 2006 16:12:16 -0800 I had the same problem in my Sony Memory Stick 128Mb...
and this is what I did to fix it. Scroll down to format. The point is to get that card to align properly. Derek Jones Tue, 13 Feb 2007 00:46:05 -0800 i have and old dsc-p41 4.1 cybershot, and is not working it only takes like 1/8 of the picture and is dark i
I recovered 99% of my pics. Good luck!!Elliott HawkesMon, 16 Jul 2007 19:25:36 -0500 Hi Folks! How the MacBook Pro's Touch Bar works The MacBook Pro now has a digital function bar that's actually a dynamic screen. More about the author I have a DSC-W120 and I can´t read its memory stick in the camera or even in the computer.
The camera should look like this: Flip the camera over and disconnect the power cable indicated by the red arrow by gently pulling on it in the direction of the green appreciate your quick response. You can buy different strengths of electronic contact cleaner, I would start there if replacing the battery does not help. by energizerj13 / December 6, 2009 1:47 AM PST In reply to: Please Help - dreaded c:13:01 error Error C:13:01 on my Memory Stick PRO DUO 8GB, for my Sony T300.
It can be caused by dirty contact pins, or even a bad formatted M stick. I downloaded the free PC Inspector File Recovery program as mentioned in a previous post (above by "Luc"). Inserting the card for serveral time, no way....will see what to do next. So looks like its not really 8GB, so highly recommend to back-up photos consistently if going to use this kind of memory.
I bought this camera at close to $799 (first release). If it's not sunny, or very well lit, it's almost impossible to take a shot that doesn't require some photoshoping later. To get out of "menu" hit the Menu Button again. We were trying to use larger memory larger than what the camera supported.
Did nothing except for an I'm sorry and that they could send the stick for service (it's already fried, I know it). The only thing i did differently was locking the memory stick when mounting but could not verify whether that mad a difference. I have one battery that seems to affect the camera worse than the other.These camera bodies are very small, I personally would not try to disassemble (and I do electronic repair On the second try, all 65 photos were rescued!
I disconnected and reconnected the orange ribbon in the picture above; problem never recurred. Loaded a brand new stick into a Sony DSC-P50. I turn off the camera, take off the memory stick and the batteries. Befor this procedure I got mad for several hours trying everything to get rid of C:13:01.
I can't believe all of these differen't camera models coming up with the same error code and Sony doesn't know what it means.