F717 appears to exhibit the same defect. CHEERS - IF YOU REQUIRE ANYMORE DETAIL EMAIL ME MSN - [emailprotected]STUMon, 07 May 2007 06:26:20 -0700 Thank you, Luc! I thinks the compatibility information is wrong. I welcome your views.Mike Flag Permalink Reply This was helpful (0) Collapse - It was a power problem by videohead / July 28, 2015 10:26 AM PDT In reply to: Please news
Step 3 Remove the following four (4) screws: Gently pull the dorsal cover keeping in mind that you're pulling on 2 LCD screens and fragile ribbon wires. Exception are those photos used in some blog entries with specific notes that link back to the image source and its copyright information. The corporate culture there does not look to maintain loyalty to its current customers. Losing all my pics!Solution?NEVER buy Sony again. https://community.sony.com/t5/Cybershot-Cameras/Error-C-13-01/td-p/7625
just remembered I took that above picture in the mirror and everything is going to look a tad backwards if you open up your DSC-P8. If you batteries goes halve charged after 3 or 5 pics you have to throw them away and replace them. It seems that most people have this problem with the memory stick but mine is confined to the floppy disc - formatting on a PC or another camera have made no Slide and push the memory stick all the way past its clicking point until there is no more room to push. 3.
Infinity Wed, 3 May 2006 19:17:48 -0700 I have a SONY V1 which have had the same C:13:01 problem. Car manufacturers call in vehicles for rectification even when they are several years outside the warranty period when they realise its a very common problem. ArtsyBelle Images Design. This will remove the error trapped in a loop in you main board.
Mark Thu, 30 Mar 2006 17:57:32 -0800 Yes, everything mechanical will eventually break. Sony Dsc-f707 Memory Stick Error Yes No Voted Undo Score 0 Cancel Comments: have you tried a different card? I then used the camera to format the stick again (had tried to re-format using cmd on WinXP earlier without luck), and the camera's working fine! It is slow but works for free.
Flag Permalink Reply This was helpful (0) Back to Cameras forum 16 total posts Popular Forums icon Computer Help 51,912 discussions icon Computer Newbies 10,498 discussions icon Laptops 20,411 discussions icon Befor this procedure I got mad for several hours trying everything to get rid of C:13:01. Josef Thu, 01 Mar 2007 10:51:18 -0800 I have a sony cybershot dsw-50, with 1GB pro duo. SDXC cards have a capacity between 32GB and 2TB.
http://www.batteringram.org/misc/f707repairBefore I undertook this serious operation, I tried the usual methods:Reset the camera, Push the stick in and out fast many times, Tried all my different memory sticks, Lubricated the contacts…All https://www.ifixit.com/Answers/View/71354/memory+card+error Use Sony as an example of what not to buy.My Sony Cybershot was the most expensive $500 sony ever made. Reinsert The Memory Card Sony Cybershot Attached is a mirror image for reference. 13:01 Time After verifing that the memorystick was good, I tried cleaning the contact on both the adaptor and memory chip with rubbing alcohol..The error went away.
My camera(Sony DSC-V1) come back to the function after crash. http://phabletkeyboards.com/memory-stick/sony-dsc-t7-memory-stick-error.php Pete Tue, 23 May 2006 08:35:15 -0700 I have another DSC-F171 and got this "C:13:01 merory stick failure" message after about 100000 shots, not bad for electronics of this kind. Make sure you are using compatible media. When I blanked everything on the stick to use it not for taking photos, but only for tranfering my photos in my pocket, I erased the folders that the camera uses Sony Support
A formatting function is existing from the camera menue. Other Sony Memory Sticks (64MB and 16MB) work on both of these cameras. I bought this camera at close to $799 (first release). More about the author and this is what I did to fix it.
After it scanned and found them, I selected and saved them to a folder on my desktop. To do this remove and insert the memory stick several times over. Now find "format" and click 'ok', the camer will format the memory card and add the neccesery files and folders that were on the stick when you first got it.
My old sticks work fine. I realize I may still suffer from this same situation with a more expensive camera, but the answer is out there somewhere.I hope Sony can own up to this error code Flag Permalink Reply This was helpful (0) Collapse - dreaded C:13:01 error by joe fisherman / February 11, 2010 7:18 AM PST In reply to: Please Help - dreaded c:13:01 error That means the issue is the actaul 32GB SAN DISC card actually "failed" during recording.Inserting the card multiple times does nothing -the message I get is IMAGE DATABASE FILE
Reset the camera to its factory setting (like when you first got it) with the memory card still in.2. Good luck finding one.)I do not know if Sony is trying to protect proprietary material, or it is trying to force its customers to upgrade. A LOT :) by NickMets7 / June 23, 2006 1:24 PM PDT In reply to: Sony F707 It worked! click site When I turn the camera on it shows "acces", after a little while the famous C13:01.Cannot acces the card through the computer.
Now it gives me a very dark messy pictures. And if you still encounter the error code then you know its not the memory stick, its the camera! Screw Sony. 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
Not to mention the graininess is hard to fix. On Sale Now 2 Answers Filter by: Most Helpful Newest Oldest Chosen Solution oldturkey03 @oldturkey03 Rep: 369.6k OTS 591 266 1.1k Posted: 11/27/2011 Options Permalink History About the C:13:01, the Sony Insert and reinsert the card several times to see if this clears the error. Thank you all for the great advice!
Erik Mon, 04 Sep 2006 11:34:09 -0700 I recently bought the Sony DSC-R1 and was spending the day trying it out, getting used to features. Take any lead pencil. Tjis is not a card I have used often..(same with the camera).I did NOT drop the camera nor the card…. I have had 2 Kodak's that eventually broke (~2 yrs each).
IT'S FIXED!!So after doing everything I said I did in the above post, I decided to crack open the case and have a look at the connectors.WARNING: Do not attempt this hit the UP arrow to make the "OK" yellow. 9. lee connell Tue, 05 Dec 2006 14:53:13 -0800 This has just happened to my camera and i'm so annouyed I've lost pictures of my holiday in Amsterdam days out while I The disk is still giving me the error though and I cannot use it.