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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 Or is there going to be something wrong with the camera?Thank you!!EDIT: I found something about this, but none of the solutions are useful for this case because my Memory Stick mdl=DSCTX1 Solved! However, I have taken the camera to SONY twice before they figured out what exactly the problem was! http://phabletkeyboards.com/memory-stick/sony-digital-camera-memory-stick-error-c-13-01.php

Dr DJS Mon, 02 Apr 2007 15:01:49 -0700 Cybershot 5.1 mexapixel dsc - w5 owner and i keep getting a format error 13:01. Right when I selected OK, the error message C:13:01 was flashing on the screen. Sorry, there was a problem flagging this post. Required fields are marked *Comment Name * Email * Website « What to do with a "CD Stuck In Drive" Situation 5 Quick and Easy Registry Tweaks to Speed up Windows

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Yes No Voted Undo Score 1 Cancel Add a comment 0/1024 Cancel Post comment Are you sure you want to delete this zzzzzz? james thompson Sun, 14 Jan 2007 05:06:47 -0800 If no hardware issue,You can download the Sony format software:Memory Stick Formatter Software Hart Sun, 21 Jan 2007 02:27:10 -0800 I had the I'm getting the Memory Stick Access Error "c:13:01" message and from what I've seen on the internet, this is a very common problem with Sony cameras.The problem is this: I can

Baso Fri, 24 Mar 2006 11:05:14 -0800 I've owned a Sony F717 for three years now and it has performed flawlessly in that time. It's an OCZ Mini-Kart 2GB drive for only $39.50 after rebate! Put the memory stick in your card reader and run the program. Sony Support Just blow in the Memory Card Slot to get dust and crap out.

It was cleared now and work fine. Sony Memory Stick Error It’s a very fiddly job, and the greatest difficulty was to remove the screws inside. I couldn't format the card in my comp, so i did it using the computer.Everything works now...but I am not buying a sony anymore. http://www.thefakegeek.com/2009/04/how-to-fix-the-sony-c1301-error/ When i copy images from camera to PC, it shows corrupted images & can not be recovered with any tool.

Have you tried to use Sony's formatting software to fix up the memory stick?Get a compatible card reader for your computer, and then install the correct software from Sony's site:Memory Stick SON Tue, 5 Jul 2005 13:56:53 -0700 I have a Sony Cybershot 3.2 and I got a C13:01 while using a Lexar 64mb memory stick. It's not like the cameras of yesteryear that were primarily mechanical. Please refer to our CNET Forums policies for details.

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I bought this camera at close to $799 (first release). https://www.ifixit.com/Answers/View/71354/memory+card+error Guess I'll have to get another camera because even if I was able to clear it, it could come back. Reinsert The Memory Card Sony Cybershot WHEN I CHANGED IT TO THE OLD ONE 64 MB IT WORKED BUT THE 128 MB STILL GIVES THIS ERROR AND CANNOT FORMAT NOR ADD ANY PHOTOS, CAN ANYONE HELP ME Sony Dsc-f707 Memory Stick Error Then Follow this:1) Reset your your camera.

That's why they have the download option. http://phabletkeyboards.com/memory-stick/sony-camera-c-13-01-error.php Remove those and pry with your fingernail in the crack between the memory card door cavity and the front cover to pop it loose. It recovered all my photos and movies from the memory. I have bought a 256mb card with it. 13:01 Time

MagfireSun, 01 Jul 2007 15:35:55 -0700 It tried one previous users comments show below and it worked for me. Make sure you are using compatible media. SO its basically had it. http://phabletkeyboards.com/memory-stick/sony-camera-format-error-c-13-01.php To do this remove and insert the memory stick several times over.

Since my camera is already 5 years old, one of the first 3.2 meg, I just started to take it apart. Every screw was glued in place. AutoPartsCheaper 10,283 views 1:54 How To Format a Digital Camera Memory Card - Duration: 3:10.

josrios Thu, 03 Aug 2006 22:41:47 -0700 I forgot to say that the c:13:01 error is very generic.

Do this for 20-30 seconds until you've covered the entire surface of the contacts. My camera has that message. Could you help me please? Johnny Yuan Mon, 31 Jul 2006 12:04:24 -0700 I have a Sony DSC V3 camera, which had the same problem with 1GB memory stick.

RX10 mk 28***#437 Taken By Time Results***8Couple shots from last weekend8Fall Gets Frosty8How do you shoot good Bokeh with RX100 III8RX100 IV Viewfinder Question7Alexander White Manual for RX100/V7Intermittent issue with RX1 You should see your MStick listed.5) click on Formatt, and wait untill the process is completed. ( Make shure that quick format is selected)6) Release your camera and test you formatted If it's not sunny, or very well lit, it's almost impossible to take a shot that doesn't require some photoshoping later. More about the author Up next SD SDHC Card Problems and Fixes (Card Locked, Card Error, No Memory Card, Format Card) - Duration: 16:53.

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. I have Sony DSC-75. C:13:01 errorI wanted to recover my pics, then I follow the indications of this forum: 1- Download the software PC Inspector from: http://www.pcinspector.de/download.asp#file_recovery2- Put the memory stick in your card reader But is there anybody who solved the problem and who wants to share????

lin Sun, 04 Jun 2006 02:12:20 -0700 Yep, the infamous C:13:01 error once again. hit the UP arrow to make the "OK" yellow. 9. Select OK. I used a FAT format and the memory I was getting the format error worked fine.

Even though the media you are using may fit, it may not necessarily be supported with your camera. Any ideas on how to re-format or erase the disk to get rid of the FAT error? Sony brand 64mb memory stick. and since inserting a different card the camera works…the issue is directly in the 2 Sandisc card… Is there anything I can do to access the video files?

Now it gives me a very dark messy pictures. I had nothing to lose on mine, so i just reformatted. Sony cyber-shot model- DSC - H100 .